A Community Manager is a tireless professional that has your community’s back. They are always thinking about making the HOAs and condos they support better. Keeping the business aspects of the association running smoothly is their job. They handle all of the day-to-day details so the volunteer Board’s work is manageable. On any given day they might deal with gate operations, or calling local vendors for bids on a project, double-checking invoices, to consulting with landscapers to make sure the new plants are installed. Community Managers are the face of the association to community residents, working to fulfill the needs of homeowners. Some people may call them a superhero; we call them your Sentry Community Manager. Heroically professional. Super dedicated.
Hurricane Irma was an extremely powerful storm that hit Florida in September of 2017 causing billions of dollars in damage and leaving over 15 million people across the Southeast without power. Sentry Community Association Managers, many without power to their own offices and homes, jumped into action during the days following the storm, checking on their communities, assessing the damages, and reaching out to vendors to get started on the repair process.
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Here’s a collection of thank you notes from people just like yourself.
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