I am not some disgruntled homeowner with a vendetta.. My wife and I have bought both a Lennar home in Spring, TX and a Village Builders home in Sugarland..
The Lennar home had one problem after another with walls cracking, the home flooding because of plumbing leaks, tiles falling off shower walls, and more... Everything FINALLY got taken care of. It was our first home and Lennar told us we were experiencing new home "growing pains".. Well, we had an inspection on the home and the inspector was "appalled" at the lack of quality of lumber, boards not meeting in the attic, rotted lumber and more.
At that point, we had enough and decided to sell it and give Lennar one more shot in their what they called "Lexus of Toyota" Village Builders product.. Boy were we scammed.. More of the same shoddy workmanship using very poor materials.. We had doors that weren't even.
They installed hardwoods that have started popping up.. Huge water leaks down the wall of my son's room and they "can't see a problem", the tile in the kitchen was laid unevenly so there are 2 spots where you can literally cut your toe because of the corners. The metal strip (flashing?) above garage door fully rusted with rust lines running down the wall in a 5 month old home? The lights inadvertently shut off.
That was finally fixed.. The carpet was laid where nails actually stick up through carpet in master.. We had to put a rug over it so that we didnt cut our feet (again) coming off of family room.. We had THIS home inspected by a very reputable inspection company and were baffled again.
This company sure likes to tell you how big they are and how many homes they sell, but I compare it to McDonalds.. They sell alot of *** too. It doesn't make them better. We will never buy from this company again..
.And thank goodness we didn't get screwed with the unhealthy Chinese drywall, Lennar chose in quality too. You can put icing on *** and call it a cake, but it's still ***..