Steven Nemiroff

Owner at Perri Logan Group

Location:
77-2 Albertson Ave, Albertson, New York, United States
Company:
Perri Logan Group
HQ Phone:
(516) 385-3622
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Last Updated 11/25/2017

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Building Systems | Perri Logan Group - Custom Home Builders, Construction, Renovations - Servicing New York, Long Island, Connecticut

Steven Nemiroff, owner of Perri Logan Group/SPL Development, has been in business for more than 29 years and is definitely not concerned with failure.
His success is that he capitalizes on opportunities that other builders overlook. Systemizing Using Panels The Perri Logan Group - Building Systems Steven began work in his familys bathroom remodeling business. Here, he became familiar with package building. Bathrooms were remodeled using steel and porcelain pre-fabricated packages. Steve understood what time and money could be saved employing this system. He entered the panelized home business signing with Northern Homes. Today, he is using the Northern Design & Building Associates Ltd. products. These products save the clients time and money through reduced costs. Steve likes the product because he is better able to schedule his business commitments, meet finish dates for his clients and build more homes efficiently. His company serves New York and Connecticut. Mister Nemiroff extols one of the benefits of panels stating, Panelisation helps my architects and my engineers resulting in major cost savings. I can save anywhere from $10,000 to $70,000 in fees for project house plans. In most cases we start with a standard house plan, then modify, to meet the clients need and wishes. The manufacturer will then adapt his product to the design changes made by the client. So my customers are thrilled because they are getting a customized home at a good price. In the 29 years of business Steve has built over 1,000 homes. An additional benefit working with a home manufacturer is that Mister Nemiroff can provide timely service to his clients. According to Steve, once the plans are in the hands of the manufacturer the revised plans will be returned to him in two days. The manufacturer has an in-house design staff so that there is little time wasted searching for architects to do plans. Other Avenues For Profit In addition to the framing crew, Nemiroff has a tile and linoleum crew, a finish crew, a normal construction crew, and real estate offices in two states. Nemiroff himself is a licensed broker and handles overseas sales as well. These crews pay for themselves many times over, confides Nemiroff. After years of selling homes, Nemiroff believes that it is crucially important for the builder to speak directly to every customer who is interested in buying a home from his organization. Regardless of how many sales people you have, the builder must talk to the customers himself at some point, asserts Nemiroff. A 108-man framing crew enables Nemiroff to put up a shell on time, every time. When not working on one of his projects, the crew is working wold-wide and generating more profits to enhance his company's bottom line. Making The Most Of Land Purchases One of his specialties is developing and getting re-approval of properties that were once designated wetlands. According to Nemiroff, its all in knowing how to get the water off the land. In a city like New York or even the immediate suburbs, most of the available land has some sort of a problem that falls in the wetland category, Nemiroff asserts. You have to know the laws and know how to talk competently with the people working on your case. The best advise Nemiroff can give is to address the problem with the land and dont play games with the agency personnel. Solve the drainage problem or make adjustments to the soil. Just do what needs to be done and dont try to get around the problem. Things will go a lot faster. Nemiroff confides, You may have a sub-division that you can put 20 houses on but there are wetlands involved. As a builder, you might put in two or three more lots to make the kind of profits you think you want. According to Nemiroff, wetlands are low-lying areas that have moisture.

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Company Profile | Perri Logan Group - Custom Home Builders, Construction, Renovations - Servicing New York, Long Island, Connecticut

Steven Nemiroff, the owner of the Perri Logan Group, personally speaks with prospective clients, to clearly explain the construction process and discuss his firm plans to fully meet all requirements and expectations.
Steven Nemiroff 77-2 Albertson Avenue, Albertson, N.Y. 11507

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Steven Nemiroff, owner of Perri Logan Group/SPL Development, has been in business for more than 29 years and is definitely not concerned with failure.
His success is that he capitalizes on opportunities that other builders overlook. Systemizing - Using Panels The Perri Logan Group - Building Systems Steven began work in his family's bathroom remodeling business. Here, he became familiar with package building. Bathrooms were remodeled using steel and porcelain pre-fabricated packages. Steve understood what time and money could be saved employing this system. He entered the panelized home business signing with Northern Homes. Today, he is using the Northern Design & Building Associates Ltd. products. These products save the clients time and money through reduced costs. Steve likes the product because he is better able to schedule his business commitments, meet finish dates for his clients and build more homes efficiently. His company serves New York and Connecticut. Mister Nemiroff extols one of the benefits of panels stating, "Panelisation helps my architects and my engineers resulting in major cost savings. I can save anywhere from $10,000 to $70,000 in fees for project house plans. In most cases we start with a standard house plan, then modify, to meet the clients need and wishes. The manufacturer will then adapt his product to the design changes made by the client. So my customers are thrilled because they are getting a customized home at a good price. In the 29 years of business Steve has built over 1,000 homes. An additional benefit working with a home manufacturer is that Mister Nemiroff can provide timely service to his clients. According to Steve, once the plans are in the hands of the manufacturer the revised plans will be returned to him in two days. The manufacturer has an in-house design staff so that there is little time wasted searching for architects to do plans. Other Avenues For Profit In addition to the framing crew, Nemiroff has a tile and linoleum crew, a finish crew, a normal construction crew, and real estate offices in two states. Nemiroff himself is a licensed broker and handles overseas sales as well. "These crews pay for themselves many times over", confides Nemiroff. After years of selling homes, Nemiroff believes that it is crucially important for the builder to speak directly to every customer who is interested in buying a home from his organization. "Regardless of how many sales people you have, the builder must talk to the customers himself at some point", asserts Nemiroff. Nemiroff also feels it is important to explain the home package in great detail to the customers. He points out that, after visiting a model, potential buyers often become confused over options and standard features. The buyer may see pull-down stairs from the attic and think they are standard when in reality, they are optional. The smallest things can become sore spots if not handled properly so it is just better to take care of them before they happen. A 108-man framing crew enables Nemiroff to put up a shell on time, every time. When not working on one of his projects, the crew is working wold-wide and generating more profits to enhance his company's bottom line. Making The Most Of Land Purchases One of his specialties is developing and getting re-approval of properties that were once designated wetlands. According to Nemiroff, it's all in knowing how to get the water off the land. "In a city like New York or even the immediate suburbs, most of the available land has some sort of a problem that falls in the wetland category", Nemiroff asserts. The best advise Nemiroff can give is to address the problem with the land and don't play games with the agency personnel. Solve the drainage problem or make adjustments to the soil. Just do what needs to be done and don't try to get around the problem. Things will go a lot faster. Nemiroff confides, "You may have a sub-division that you can put 20 houses on but there are wetlands involved. According to Nemiroff, wetlands are low-lying areas that have moisture. The moisture can be a solid water base or simply water in the land. It is usually classified a wetland because of the soil content and/or the vegetation. Those things make up a true wetland. However, sometimes there may be water in an area because a developer, who did a project 20 years ago, didn't allow for drainage and the water is now settling there. In this case, is it true wetland or simply a manmade problem? "That's the difference and it's the true problem," stresses Nemiroff.

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