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313 Silent Spring Dr, Cedar Park, TX, United States Review updated:

We purchased this brand new home 2 years ago (2010) and paid cash for it. Then we started finding all that was wrong with it. All of the electrical was bad, along with all of the smoke & co2 alarms. Just changing out a light bulb in the ceiling and the whole fixture fell apart. Fifteen (15) doors had to be re-hung & or installed. We went thru 7 customer care rep's, so you didn't know anyone. Guess this is Lennar's way of doing business with even their employees. During the winter (40 deg) the water coming out of the cold side was colder than what you get from the refrigerator. During the summer, the cold water was as hot as the hot water side. The two (2) hot water heaters in the attic was a joke, along with the city inspector giving it the o.k. Lennar works real good with the inspection team, if you know what I mean. I had both ripped out and a tankless installed. I have replaced all the "Susie Homemaker Appliances" with real working ones.
Anyway, DO NOT BUY LENNAR HOMES IN ANY STATE! THEY ARE ALL GARBAGE!

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  • Bi
      12th of Aug, 2012

    WE ALL NEED TO HEAR ABOUT YOUR LENNAR STORY.
    I have created a website to help spread the word regarding Lennar Homeowners experiences.
    Please send me your story:
    [protected]@gmail.com
    MyLennarLemon.org
    “Good people do not need laws to tell them to act responsibly, while bad people will find a way around the laws” - Plato 427-347 BD

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  • Di
      8th of Jun, 2013

    As of 2013, Lennar Homes (www.lennar.com) is secretly repairing failing roofing and/or landscaping mistakes which create flooding/pooling of water which they left behind in the aftermath of completing new development at POTOMAC MARK PLACE and ROANOKE SPRINGS DRIVE in Ruskin Florida 33570.

    The only way to have them repair the roofing tiles and/or correct landscaping to properly flow/channel rain water AWAY from one's home is to have a LAWYER send them a letter requesting it.

    Homeowner's in this neighborhood were required to sign a NON-DISCLOSURE AGREEMENT with Lennar Homes, in return to having the rework completed at no charge, despite the fact that Lennar Homes screwed up in the first place.

    What's truly sad is that the window of opportunity (warranty) on the majority of these homes is nearing expiration. Homeowners have a right to know and have the shoddy work by Lennar Homes repaired asap.

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