Annapolis, Maryland
5 comments

All I can say is Ryan homes sucks. They allow no consideration for exisitng home owners, undercut and kill market value with their cheaply built "low priced" homes.

They shove big houses on little lots with no consdieration for neighboring home ownners. No matter...make the sale. Hey, if you want a house with shingles put over a wet roof (yes they roof in the rain) an if you want floors that were saturated with water before they finished them...have at it.

Lets not forget wood materials laying on the wet ground for days before they even construct the home.

There houses are built like a doll house at best and they have dont nothing but kill our nieghborhood and property values.

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Anonymous
#592687

Your local zoning departments dictate the distance a home sits from the property lines, if it is allowed the builders will build. Wood comes from trees, trees grow outside, decay takes longer than a month, and the felt paper that the shingles are laid over protects the roof sheathing, the water will evaporate,at least the roofers were making an attempt to work instead of going home for the day. Give them some credit.

Anonymous
#763812
@Anonymous

I think you work for Ryan :eek

Anonymous
#484514

This post was a joke, right? To my knowledge it take several months to build a home.

It also rains in the desert.

Materials are going to get wet. LOL

Anonymous
#484513

This post was a joke, right? To my knowledge it take several months to build a home.

It also rains in the desert.

Materials are going to get wet. LOL

Anonymous
#446498

It didn't rain when your house was built? If there was only a product out there that comes from trees and could get wet?