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resolved to the customer's satisfactionResolved Lennar Homes — Shoddy workmanship
resolved to the customer's satisfaction
We've lived in a Lennar townhouse for 5 years now and have seen all types issues with the homes in the neighborhood. We were some of the first to buy and had visions of nice homes with nice neighborhood amenities: First, imagine a row of 10 attached homes where the siding is mismatched and falling off. The entire building built only 3 years ago behind us has 2 different shades of siding throughout it, not per design for sure! During heavier winds, badly attached shutters fall of and blow away. Worse still is that the neighborhood went condo in the middle of the builds but it's the owners' task to have these shutters fixed...but the property manager doesn't know where or how to get matching ones! I've been in the homes as they were being built and found warped studs, bowed drywall. All 10 houses in our building had valves installed backwards in the HVAC vent stack so condensation ran back into the heat pump and shut it down. Our end unit house developed a foundation crack 6 months after we moved in, another in our building, a few months later. A neighbor's roof is falling apart after 5 years, a 30-year roof. The shingles are coming up in what looks like a 3 ft diameter bubble.
Once the builder finished the neighborhood, customer care was done. Promises of neighborhood amenities during the push to sell fell by the wayside and took fighting tooth and nail to finally get. Unfortunately we did buy early in the builds and timed it right before the bubble burst, we are stuck for awhile but I hate to see others end up the same situation.