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My Ryan Home is less than 4 years old. I'm in the process of trying to sell (taking a huge loss on the property as it is) and had an alarming inspection report. The house has 3 different areas with severe water damage. 2 windows including their sills and frames are...
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#489216 Review #489216 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Have two broken windows currently under warrentee. These windows just seem to crack out of no where. In fact one just shattered over this past weekend, from the inside. Not only is the telephone number provided for service not a working number but I have been unable...
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Anonymous
#1671067

I called NVR and customer support gave me the phone number for Patriot Window, which is also known as PlyGem. Phone number 866-518-4138.

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#486298 Review #486298 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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$900
After 11 years, the stone siding is cracking terribly, air vent inside a coset by the door, wood floors cracking and wearing away, windows broke, and a siding on my home was put on even though it is the wrong color. More serious though, the ground the home and homes...
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Jmarie8675
#818096

They overlooked the radon issue in my house as well. I will be out $1,500 to install a mitigation system in order to sell the house.

I lived in the home with my newborn daughter and had no idea what radon has even was! I am now in the process of selling, and had a radon test done for the new buyers. It came back well above normal and since it's such a huge health concern I am now having to come out of pocket before I can sell it. More importantly, I am beyond terrified at the potential health risk that my little girl has incurred.

I also had a large sink hole in my back yard that they refused to come fill in. Not to mention roof damage, water damage, poor windows, foundation wrap that is separating from the house, a driveway and walkway that are tripping hazards, and not enough backfill around the entire house to promote water drainage away from it. All this and the house isn't even 4 years old!

I will never recommend them to any potential home buyer and do everything in my power to get the word out to people thinking of building with them. Incredibly displeased.

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#483512 Review #483512 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Be sure you inspect your home before the final inspection. They do not return after 1 year. Nail Pops, baseboard that separates from wall on stairs to second floor. Air vent in MBR has been broken since install. Found it after the 1 year had passed. And pay attention...
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Anonymous
#1529986

I have to disagree with John because Ryan builds homes with only the investor of their stock in mind and not in the home owner that buys their garbage. Ryan buys every piece of material that goes into the house most of which is very cheap.

The HVAC equipment Comfortmaker is not a high quality brand which is what they use. They then contract the cheapest laborers in the area to put the home together. What you get is a mess that will not last 30 years. The project manager doesn't supervise any of the illegal immigrants putting the place together but rather sees to it that the contractors show up on time and in order so that Ryan can claim another victim.

I wonder if you John work for Ryan or ever owned one of their homes. A little settling in a well built house is normal but this house will continue to settle until you go into settlement to sell it.

A year in a dogs life is equivalent to that of seven years of a human. A year in a Ryan is equivalent to that of 10 in a well built house so if you own a Ryan home for 3 years it will look as if you had owned it for 30 years!

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#479469 Review #479469 is a subjective opinion of poster.
We bought Ryan homes townhouse, end unit. Facing both sides of our property. Others walk on our land, and making it a walk through to the other side of the street.Dogs deficating on our lawn, which is right next to the common area. Even if picked up, some stuff...
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Anonymous
#805456

Write witten letters to your HOA President.

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#467350 Review #467350 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Bought a Ryan townhome and within the year, had so many nail pops in it that it required 9 hours of work by two professionals to fill the holes and fix the imperfections that were left in the wall when painting was completed. Now, 4 months after the repair of the nail...
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Anonymous
#1265095

I had a similar issue. Turns out the framing was bad, which is why the drywall consistently fails.

Ryan Homes actually jacked up my house because the framing was so poor that the frame was literally sinking inside the house. Still so many issues though. Patch, repair, paint.

Over and over and over again.

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#464143 Review #464143 is a subjective opinion of poster.
My sister & her husband purchased a Ryan home that was built in 2010. Some of the siding was missing on the side of the house. They had an inspection done on the house & the inspector found stated that the siding was not secured probably by the builders. They...
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Anonymous
#822848

I am going through this ordeal now with Ryan homes and I, too, live in Indian Trail!!! The siding was installed improperly, there were pin nails EVERYWHERE and countersunken. I am not a contracting professional, but I did my research on the James Hardie installation and warranty- and yes, they WILL fix it, as I am within my 1 year.

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#458604 Review #458604 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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$350

Ryan Homes - Another victim added to their list

Ryan homes have beautiful floor plans that draws potential buyers to purchase their homes but this company fails miserably to deliver quality work. I recently purchased a new home and wished that I did my homework and researched this tacky company before I decided to go with them. The so called imposter painters did a horrible job. They did not cut into the wall when painting. The hardwood floors are not properly secured tightly. When someone takes a bath you can actually hear the water running between the walls because the walls extremely hallow. I wish I could changed back the hands of time because I would do my research and not purchase a home with this company who offers such a poor quality of work. Never will I ever purchase a Ryan home in the future. I am planning on selling this my poorly crafted Ryan home. Definitely not a keeper. Potential buyers be aware and look at the details in newly built homes. Don't go to the model homes like most people do go to a community WHERE homes are being built!
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Anonymous
#824518

I live in a townhouse built in the 70s and can hear water running through pipes in the walls. The home I grew up in built in the 80s was the same way. Seems like you got off easy compared to some of the other Ryan problems posted here.

Anonymous
#797922

Just wanted to comment on the water sound. This is very common in newer homes.

The water and sewer lines usually run within the interior walls of a home.

These walls do not have insulation in them, hence the "waterfall" sound when a toilet is flushed or shower is taken. This coupled with the use of PVC pipes, most homes built since the 80s will have this same issue.

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#441308 Review #441308 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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Ryan Homes in Upper Marlboro, Maryland - So true

There are many builders to chose from, If you are considering building a Ryan home think again, there are no builder incentives for closing cost its best if you use your own lender and do not deal with NVR. The builder uses the most least expensive products. If you accidently touch a wall you will smudge the paint and if you take a damp cloth to wipe it you will find yourself rubbing the paint off. Ryan homes should be ashamed of themselves for building homes and taking shortcuts. The lender will wait until the last minute of the day to ask you for documents that you gave them a week or two earlier and even after closing they will continue to bother you with emails or phone calls so do yourself a favor and try Richmond or even Beazer
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#441286 Review #441286 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Sales person will sell you a dream and then you will find yourself in a financial and emotional nightmare. They will ask for a "Good Faith" down payment of $10,000 and then promise from the time foundation is set it will be 6-8 weeks and you will be in your new home....
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Anonymous
#703446

That is absolutely true, I am living this nightmare now as well. They drove my credit score down with their credit requests, and as soon as it went down, gave me a GFE with an outrageous rate.

Does any one know how to deal with them? Where to complain?

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#439313 Review #439313 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Loss
$10000