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Director of Management

Phone: (516) ***-**** ext. ***  
Email: p***@***.com
Kaled Management Corp
7001 Brush Hollow Road
Westbury , New York 11590
United States

Company Description: Since our origin as a family owned and operated business in the late 1920's, we at Kaled Management have been providing superior real estate management services to...   more
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"It always amazing to me about how many people do disruptive things from 12 to 5 a.m.," says Peter Lehr, director of property management for Westbury-based Kaled Management. Lehr says he typically opens his emails daily in the morning to a flood of angry messages from residents. Noise and odors seem to top the list of complaints, but shareholders and unit owners can be disturbing in all sorts of creative ways, Lehr says.
If a resident is being bothered-by noise, smoke, junk mail or some other relatively benign annoyance-then the easiest thing to do, as long as it's not a major situation, is to gently have a talk with his neighbor, Lehr says.
If someone in one of his client buildings is having a problem, Lehr asks them to create a log with the date, time, the type of problem and the duration of the issue. Sometimes that record-keeping is enough to restore some perspective and deflate the rising tension. "One time, a resident was complaining about a noise issue, and they put together a log-but there were no problems between the hours of 10 p.m. and 6 a.m.-and I said that there was no moratorium on sound during the hours that the person was making noise," Lehr says. The resident may not have liked the noise, but the noisemaker wasn't breaking any rules. Regardless of how an issue is resolved, Lehr explains that keeping a log of disturbances or incidents provides crucial evidence and documentation, should the management company have to take the neighbor to court. "If you can't do that or are unwilling to do that, then there's not much that I can do to help you," he says. The court system may be the last word when it comes to putting a stop to disruptive behavior, says Lehr, but litigation should hardly be the first resort. He always starts by speaking with the 'person of interest,' then sending a formal letter, and then fining them if they refuse to remedy the problematic behavior or situation. If all those measures fail to correct the issue, only then is it time to call the attorney and take the issue to court. "We fine, but if no one pays the fine, then the end game is the [litigation] option," Lehr says.
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Peter Lehr, director of management at Kaled Management, says his company charges no capital-improvement fee if the client has retained the services of a consultant to design and construction-manage a project.
Lehr, whose management company is one of many that take the percentage approach, says such concerns are misplaced.
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"In this society, everybody's looking to sue," says Peter Lehr, the director of property management at Kaled Management Corp. in Westbury.
In any case, says Lehr, you can just type the person's name into the DOB website at to validate them.
Lehr of Kaled Named NYARM 2006 Property Manager of the Year [cached]
Woodbury, NY The New York Association of Realty Managers (NYARM) named Peter Lehr of Kaled Management Corp., as their 2006 Property Manager of the Year.
The NYARM awards ceremony to honor Lehr 's great achievement as well as the other recipients to this award, was held January 27th at the Crest Hollow County Club.
Lehr began his tenure at Kaled in August 1999 as a property manager of co-op/condo buildings. During his seven years at the firm, he has advanced from property manager to the director of property management.
With over 19 years of real estate experience, Lehr has taken his knowledge of the industry above and beyond the scope of general property management.
Lehr's qualifications include: BS in human resource management from Adelphi University, licensed N.Y. real estate salesperson, lead paint abatement supervisor and fire safety director.
His many roles at Kaled include overseeing all major capital improvements, renovations, supervising building staff, seeking out new properties to manage as well as board/tenant relations. Lehr has also supervised multiple building projects in excess of $10 million and handled negotiations of job bids. He works closely with architects and engineers to oversee and supervise major capital improvements full circle on privately owned and managed properties.
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