But if you are in the market for a new home and you are gonna check out some models this weekend.... Then I highly recommend that you spend a few minutes of your time and really take in the information on my website.
These problems are nationwide with Lennar Homes. There are posts on my site from all over the country. Personally, I would not let my friends and/or family buy a new home from Lennar. They build defective homes, and then they fail to honor the warranty. And again, I welcome anyone who wishes to take a tour of our defective Lennar Home.
Spend some time on the website, and you will get a good feel for what is going on with Lennar homes and their subsidiaries. If you decide to move forward with a purchase, make sure you hire a sharp inspector. I'd refer you towww.ashi.org to find an ASHI certified inspector in your area. Have your inspector look at the inspection report on our website. Those are the kinds of things you need to look for, including getting in the attic and checking the roof trusses.
This is the biggest investment of most people’s lives. You should have enough information from our website. Why buy a problem when there are great builders that build great homes and take care of their customers when problems come up. Lennar Homes is not in the group with the great builders! Read some of the stories about ruined lives and the stress Lennar Homes creates within a family. Do you want to buy and American Dream or a Lennar Homes Nightmare?
If you must buy a Lennar home, I recommend buying one from an existing homeowner. Get the place inspected and decide how much to pay for the home based on what you need to fix. It will also provide you with the opportunity to have everything fixed.
If you buy from Lennar, take a look at our website and think about what buyers go through to get Lennar to fix things. Some people have been battling for years and years.
Once you sign the contract with Lennar, you must close on the home, even if it is defective. Lennar has a "right to repair" but there is not a time limit nor any Lemon Law on how many time they can come back to fix your home.
You are stuck!