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Never ever buy a Lennar house. I have bought it approximately 5 months ago, and Am absolutely disappointed with substandard workmanship of the house. 95% of cabinets in the house are damaged, doors are warped, there are random holes in the frames and doors. Warranty department allegedly taking care of them. It has been 5 months since I closed.
Carpentry work is awful awful awful. Gaps in baseboards; some gaps are simply caulked; walls are uneven; corners in the walls are already cracking; holes in door frames filled with filler and painted over without even sanding them. Paintwork inside the house is awful as well. Doors are painted without even sanding them first. I can even scratch my hand by touching the rough door. Primary shower supposed to have glass enclosed shower. However, builder changed the plan and build wall without glass. Shower looks absolutely disgusting. I have never knew that they decided to change the initial plan. That being said, the house that cost me $450K looks like the kitty project of middle school kids. Awful. Substandard. I don’t even want to live there. Never ever buy a Lennar home, no matter what incentives builder will offer to you.
Negligent Misrepresentation. Poor quality. As I search for a new home, I keep running into informational videos on social media about this builder. The worst kind of human being is the one that doesn't honor their product.
After moving into this brand new home and living here for a couple of months, I've been finding issues frequently with this home. The first couple of issues were with the garage door grinding, major temperature differences in one singular bedroom and a door popping issue. Eventually the garage door and door popping issues were resolved and never had a problem with it so far. There wasn't much of a change with the temperature difference in the bedroom but has improved slightly.
The incident that made me that made me furious was the corner dipping issues in the laundry room and the bathroom across from it. The warrantied work was done through Sherwin-Williams and they sent 3 unskilled workers that didn't speak any English and two of which were clearly teenagers. They felt the need to make the problem worse and added more of a dip in the corners, made a mess everywhere, and felt the need to remove the toilet and put it in the bathtub WITH LITERAL ** EVERYWHERE. It is blatantly clear that these workers had no idea or any direction on what they were doing. After a very "civil" discussion with the Lennar customer care representative, it took two weeks to get professionals to come in to actually fix the corner dipping issue.
Regarding the radiant barrier in the attic, I only got 5 uses out of it and the zipper no longer works. The issue I found today is that the staples used for the carpet on the stairs are protruding out and it is painful to step on it. I'm easily able to pull these staples out with my fingers. For a brand new home, it is absolutely ridiculous that I'm running into all of these issues in a short span of time.
We bought our new construction home as we just had a baby and decided to put down roots. However, this company is ALL about their money, they don't care about their customers and I wouldn't recommend them to anyone. You get no say in anything design-wise, not paint color, cabinet color, tile or carpet, NOTHING. We were forced to close on a house that looked like 12 year olds built it. We have crooked walls, our 2nd story floor is uneven, several walls have cracks, our front door doesn't close properly. Half of the sod they put down was dead, we still have gaps of sand missing sod they never brought. Within one month of moving in, the closet shelf in the master collapsed because they anchored it to drywall, not studs. Two months later they still have not come to fix it, we are paying out of pocket for a build yourself closet system because we are tired of waiting for them.
The carpet on our stairs is sticking up all over one side because they forgot to put trim leaving a gap between the wall and stairs. Then when they came to fix it, they didn't fix the carpet. They didn't paint the bathrooms, just sprayed texture and left. Our trusses sat outside for 3 months and got covered in mold. Not to mention, the lack of communication. We NEVER met our sales rep. The only person we met was the construction manager, well the 2nd one after the first one left the company. He even told us the house wasn't ready, but they were pushing to close as many as possible before the end of their fiscal year (November 30th). They offered us our builder's fee back if we close without a C.O. which we weren't comfortable doing. Yet they didn't want to give us anything for all of the time, money and inconveniences they caused us not having their stuff together.
When we went to close they didn't even have our documents, they sent someone else's, delaying our close into the new month which caused us to pay an extra $2,500 in closing costs. They blew up my phone harassing me to wire money to them for closing costs before the house was even ready. I could continue on and on about all the little things like crooked tiles, grout left every where, caulking missing, tape left and painted over, etc. The only pros about Lennar, the house looks good from the outside, and it comes with a built in pest control; which you'll need because they don't weather strip doors properly and bugs crawl right in like they own the place.
I can look past little cosmetic things, but when you're paying $400k-$500k for a house some of these things are just unacceptable. Once you've signed that purchase agreement though, they own you. Nothing you can do. You can't back out or they'll keep your down payment. And once you've signed, the customer service act is gone and they don't care. They say they want you to feel 'tickled, delighted and happy' but they DON'T CARE!!
Dealing with Lennar is the most frustrating experience EVER. Once they put you on their auto email list, you will never get off of it. I've been trying to approve the build sheet for my house for months and there is either mistakes in the contract or they just keep sending me the old version that was incorrect. Lennar mortgage is EVEN worse to deal with! My experience is so frustrating that I am ready to walk away from my deposit and never deal with Lennar again...
We went to the Lennar Savanna Lakes new homes development in Lehigh Acre. We saw a new home model we wanted to purchase and wanted to sign a contract for the new home for the promotional price as stipulated on their advertised brochure. The Lennar sales rep Roy ** told us there were no available lots for homes to purchase to contract and we would have to wait for an unspecified amount of time for lots to be released in order to purchase a home. This I believe is being done in order to create bidding wars to maximize their profits due to their intense greed. What an elaborate scam to drive up prices. These builders should be regulated by the government and not allowed to scam the public.
Lennar is building homes all over the country and has several communities here in AZ. These homes are expensive but shoddy workmanship and subpar contractors are used. Even the local news had a story about a couple that is having a lot of problems with their home and Lennar is overwhelmed with repair issues, etc. Some Realtors are advising against buying any re-sale home built by Lennar. Families are selling their homes because some are having too many issues. Buyers beware.
I purchased a new construction townhome from Lennar in 2021. A recent snow storm in December 2022 covered the pipes on my roof and caused the furnace to go out when highs were sub-zero. This affected many of my neighbors as well, some of whom had young children at home with no heat in sub-zero temps. Luckily, the HVAC company was able to get the heat back on for the multiple homeowners that called them. They were already on site fixing other units by the time I heard back from them and were on site fixing this for homeowners all day.
Given this was a design flaw that the builder should have accounted for and it affected so many people, I reached out to be reimbursed and asked that Lennar extend the intake, exhaust and the sewer line vent to avoid future health and safety issues from no heat, CO2 poisoning or sewer smell issues. Lennar won’t stand behind its work and fix this for homeowners. I have reached out to their regional manager. He acknowledged all the calls they received regarding this, but responded this is not covered under warranty. Given this is a design flaw Lennar should be fixing this, it doesn’t happen to that many people if it’s not an incorrectly built product.
This was a completely avoidable situation had the builder taken the appropriate steps during construction to prevent this from happening. They have built thousands of houses and should have known this would be an issue. They also didn’t plant trees by the out lot of my building to help with wind. I have asked around and a neighbor used to be in residential construction and stated this issue should be taken care of by the builder, it’s a design flaw. They refuse to stand by their work and fix this for homeowners. Don't buy a house from them, they won't be there to fix things when you need them.
We closed on our house with the utmost trust even before they completed pending things like fixing closet doors, shower rods, paint issues and drywall cracks, they promised to get it done in a week. Even after multiple follow-ups, they never cared to come and finish the pending things. Please do not buy the house. If you have to buy please do not close on the house with any pending work.
They install all cheap things at home, almost everything including blinds, taps, lighting fixture needs a replacement in less than 6 months. If their price of a home is 500k and if you get a Pulte or Mi homes for 50-100k more, go for another builder than Lennar. Eventually you will spend that money on replacing their cheap stuff and most importantly they cheat without handing over a completed house. LENNAR is fraud company and all fraud salespeople work there. Trust me if you want to learn more I can give my contact details. Please feel free to email.
Our home was one of the last built in a new subdivision. Beautiful home until you walk into sloppy/missing paint, damaged showers, uneven wall, uncaulked baseboards and the list goes on. Install of some appliances done incorrectly. Should have never passed internal QA inspection.
I had a very disappointing experience with Mr. Mike ** working as a Lennar Sales Consultant at Walnut Creek Community, Lancaster, SC. I booked an appointment to see the house and came next day at the scheduled time just to hear from him that the house has been already sold. First of all, I had a confirmation email for my appointment and nobody called me to tell this in advance. I could understand such things happen, however Mr. ** was very unwelcoming and even ignoring me as a customer. Not only he didn't suggest me any available options or give some relevant information about Lennar houses, but he preferred to walk around busy with changing paper towels in the office.
There were no other customers at that moment at all, so he could work with me if only he was a professional, but he seemed to be in a rush to finish everything and leave (it was 4 pm and the sales office is supposed to be open till 6 pm). Anyway, I will not go further to buy anything with Lennar and do not recommend it to any of my friends. Take your money elsewhere, where the company will pay attention to you and show proper service to begin with. Such a big brand name and such a poor sales service!
Many major repairs required in the townhouse we bought in Millsboro, DE. Structural problems related to poor design and and even worse workmanship. Every neighbor tells a similar story. The service is reluctant to put it mildly.
We purchased a new home in cash, before we signed our paperwork we had noted issues that need to be dealt with within the year of their one year warranty. They continuously say the work has been completed when in fact it has not. We have not been contacted when the workers have come to the house to do the work. They 'do the work', and sign off on it, with nobody being home to verify that the work has been done. Once their 3rd party has signed off that they have done the work and we notice it hasn't been done we then have to put in a new work order.
This has been going on for almost a year and our warranty is almost up. We have been in contact with not only their customer service representatives but also with the supervisor of the customer service representatives for our development. They have shown no remorse in their 3rd party's lack of workmanship, lack of craftsmanship, and communication nor have they taken it upon themselves to take the corrective actions to get the work done before our warranties expire.
I am extremely disappointed by the experience we've had with Lennar. This home-building process was terrible. We closed on our home 12/13 and have not even started to live in this home yet and things are already wrong. First of all, the build was rushed. The brick doesn't match on the the side of the house. The carpet is coming apart. The window is cracked. The closet was not painted. The refrigerator is already having issues, again we don't even live there. The wall is cracking terribly again! This is a nightmare and I am ready to sell this house and I haven't even occupied it!!! I will say the sales team was great but of course that's how they get you. The construction team horrible! The construction manager came to the site and the stuff still wasn't done correctly. You all focus too much on getting the job done fast instead of done correctly.
Finding so much things is wrong with the house. $500k+ house, I can write couple of pages about all the no standard work from this house, let put it that way. From the ceiling vent that can't change the direction because caulking is all over it, to nail on the stair steps poking your feet.
VETERANS BEWARE!!! My husband 100% Disabled Veteran. We signed a contract to purchase home with WCI (Lennar) in Odessa, FL 33556. When we initially wrote the offer it included a contingency on the sale of our current home but the sales agent told us that Lennar did not accept such contingencies and that the offer would have to be submitted without it. We did so reluctantly because we were in a red-hot market and had no doubt that we would easily sell our home and buy Lennar's. We read the contracts several times and missed the writing about financing not being a valid reason for leaving the contract unless it occurred in the first 30 days after signing the deal and even if We had caught it, it wouldn't have made a difference to our situation because we couldn't
have anticipated such a swift shift in market conditions.
Unfortunately, the market took a turn for the worst and the homes in our area lost over $100,000 in value from June to now. Buyers dried up and despite our best efforts and numerous price drops on our property we were unable to sell. We lost almost a year's worth of pay this year and my family can't afford to lose the $85,000 loan money that we used for the deposit on the Lennar house. We wrote such a letter to Stuart Miller Executive Chairman. And they asked to understand our situation and return the money. He himself did not bother to answer and through his consultant: "My manager called me yesterday regarding your cancellation request to Stuart Miller. As discussed before, if you would like to cancel your purchase agreement, you will be forfeiting your deposit."
VA appraisal clause is supposed to protect veterans from having to buy a home that is worth less than the price at the time of purchase or from having to go out of pocket to complete a purchase to make up the difference for what the bank isn't willing to loan. Unfortunately, on new construction, protection in a declining market is non-existent. The reason why the protection that fails veterans like me is that when you get into a contract for new construction a home's market value can change dramatically before the transaction is closed. In a declining market what happens and what will continue to happen is that when the VA-assigned appraiser comes out to do their work they will encounter some common conditions.
The first condition in Florida is that Florida suburbs are large and isolated, and an appraiser will only go out about a mile from the subject property, meaning that there is a chance those only properties being sold by that builder are used as comps. The second condition is that because new construction takes months to close, the recent sales that they will base their market value number off of will be a reflection of the market 6 or almost 12 months ago but if a veteran were to try to buy the same exact property today they could expect to pay significantly less.
Recent sales were taken into consideration in the valuation of a property, not current market conditions. The recent sales evaluated were all new construction that went under contract months ago. Neither price drops on comparable properties, nor current sale prices even from the same builder are taken into consideration. Markets can only move in 2 directions up or down. The money will not be returned to me, but I really want to warn the veterans. Please read the contract carefully and better with a lawyer. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
If you are planning on purchasing a Lennar home, DON't. Only purchase a new home if you don't mind a broken furnace, broken dishwasher, broken dryer and broken garage. They will trick you into thinking everything is functioning properly by telling you they tested the dishwasher or that you are using the thermostat incorrectly. They will also let you view the home when the garage door is already open.
They don't want to let you know that the framework and motor need to be replaced. Don't expect to call a Lennar rep to resolve your issues. You will only be given the run around. You will be told for two weeks that someone will be at your place to repair your garage. You will be at your place every day for two weeks waiting for someone that never shows. When you contact Lennar, they will tell you someone will be there the next day first thing in the morning. Once again no one will show. All the while you are staying in a home with no working furnace during December. Think again before purchasing a Lennar home in Woodbridge Va. I definitely regret it.
We have had two roof leaks in just over three years. Lennar says house is now out of warranty for roof leaks. A new home should not be having roof leaks on a roof that should be good for 25 years. Why isn't this covered under the 10 year structural warranty?
We purchased a “luxury” home from Lennar, only to receive terrible customer service from beginning to end. We were lied to multiple times, belittled, and ignored. Their customer service is 0/10. Stay away.
Let's face it not every house isn't going to be perfect, but when you're paying over $300k for a home with your hard earned money you expect to be as close to perfect as possible, you would think the builder would work toward making that happen. They're just worried about getting the houses up and don't care how sloppy the craftsmanship is. That's why they can't sell these homes now. Lennar at Dalton has gone through multiple customer service reps who are responsible for ensuring a smooth transition into your home and making sure everything within the first year gets fixed accurately and in a timely manner.
I moved in Oct 2022 and it's been hell since as we've gone through at least 5 reps and issues that were submitted last year have just recently been addressed, fixed or told its too late or it pretty much does not matter. The left does not communicate with the right. They make promises they can't keep and they can't keep Reps. That says a lot about a company. This will def be my first and last home from Lennar. :) Don't get me wrong. The homes are beautiful, but when your move in date gets stalled 3 months, you get scheduled for your walk through and get a call 30 min before that it's not ready and needs to be rescheduled and everything within warranty that needs fixed keeps getting pushed out and boom now it's no longer under warranty or they just want to be lazy and not make things right it kind of makes you regret your purchase ya know!! All I'm saying is do your research!
Do not buy a Lennar home. They are slapped together and have major construction quality issues. Worse off, Lennar does not stand behind its poor work. I made the mistake of buying 2 homes in Summerville, SC, one for me and one for my daughter. Both are horribly constructed. I wish I could undo the purchases. Chasing them to make repairs is a joke. Save yourself the heartache. Buy from another builder.
Lennar built the home my son bought. Every window seal is broken, the driveway is sunk and all cracked up, the front porch is also sunk and gutters run over it causing a serious accident issue. I contacted Lennar and they are not taking any responsibility for the unprofessional work done on this home. Lennar does not even know whose windows are in this home or who installed them. Would you want to buy a Lennar Home. Not safe, unprofessional work, no guarantee!!!
Have been living in this new construction Lennar home in Odessa FL for 2 years now. The amount of issues we have had are honestly too many to fit in this box. The worst however have been the roof leaks. We have had a leak in almost every room in my house. It is raining currently and there is water pouring from the ceiling fan in my son’s bedroom. Called the Lennar “emergency line” and was told all the field reps are very busy.
As someone else mentioned these homes are very expensive but it’s like they are put together with glue and tape. These are the most poorly built homes and they could care less. When we did our walkthrough they said put tape on any of the problems. Then we were told we had too much tape and the workers felt we were too picky. Missing a chunk of doorframe, a 6 inch section of wall not painted, cracked tiles is not being too picky. I warn anyone against purchasing a Lennar home. They are nothing but problems.
I bought a single family house in Sawgrass Spring Hill in April 2022. They did lots of mistakes in my house such as stair, flooring, bathroom, back door, front door etc. List is too big that I really don't understand what to include over here and what to exclude. Even after listing all problems in warranty tickets, they aren't turning out till now. I am very much frustrated now and so finally decided I will take social media to share my feedback on Lennar Homes. Please never go for Lennar homes. They are not worth it.
Our house in Suwanee Ga was made by Lennar Homes and is very unsafe. I stepped on a carpet staple and got a hole in my foot because they left it bare and uncovered. What if a baby steps on it? I also called them twice to fix my porch, because puddles kept on forming after rainfall. They kept saying that there is no problem with the porch. We even brought out a level to show it was uneven, but they were still too stubborn to listen. After they were done ruining it, it looked even worse. And guess what? More puddles. The second time they came, they made it even worse and left a mess of concrete on the porch. Now it makes your feet dirty with concrete every time you step on it barefoot. Also, the house was expensive and there were a lot of leftover soda cans and water bottles when we purchased and urine in the toilet.
Lennar Homes is a crooked company. They do not care about their customers. I was forced to close on my home yesterday with a punch list a mile long and spiders living in my home. This company is disgraceful. There’s no guarantee on when punch list will be completed. Please save yourself the frustration and go with another builder. I was very close to walking away from the house yesterday. All I’m hoping is that I can help steer another potential buyer away from them.
Please read in full. Be mindful this is a new build and moved in six weeks ago, Mid August 2022. Please feel free to reply if you would like more photos of the experience we’ve had. I do not have words to describe or express how I am feeling. The retaliation from the general contractor (Mike), after in reaching out to get construction defects resolved before closing, from the unprofessional Lennar employee's text messages, to contractors drinking alcohol leaving beer bottles all over the interior of the home, to having the home vandalized due to contractors leaving the property unsecured (all the windows doors and garage door where installed nothing was locked at the end of the evening, I have a video of neighborhood kids breaking into the home and urinating all over the second floor), to poor craftsmanship, poor customer service, follow through and integrity.
Also I did reach out to Lennar since my first post two weeks ago and nothing has been resolved to date. Thank you for the time in reading my post. Yes I did business with Lennar, and yes this a legitimate review from a real customer…thanks.
I recently purchased a home that was built by Lennar. I found a few minor repairs that needed to be done. I spoke with a rep at the company and she was very helpful in the beginning. After getting my garbage disposal fix and the top step done, I spoke with her about my front door and well as the garage door. I also informed her that the step was left unpainted upon repair. My child stated that the workers didn't speak any English so it was hard to communicate with them. I sent an email to the rep and was told to send pictures of remaining repairs that needed to be done. She then told me I needed to go through my other warranty to have these repairs fixed. My other warranty company stated that these repairs needs to be fixed by Lennar since they are the builders of the home. The home was built the beginning of this year and I moved in the beginning of the summer. I don't understand how people can take your money and not honor their commitment.
The repairs if I were to get them done on my own, neither warranty will reimburse me. This is not the first time that Lennar's name has come up in my presence about the uncompleted work they leave behind and not honor the warranty. I want my house to be completed just like I know theirs are. I don't think I am asking for too much and I really do not want to take this any further then it needs to go. But I am willing to do what I need to do to get them to honor my warranty. Strange how the appraisal and everything passed with these repairs undone. I am just asking for step to be completed, align locks for front and garage doors (you have to lift up on door to close and lock securely, two pieces of floorboard and step to be painted, holes in laundry room and garage to be repaired. I don't think this is too much to ask for, since it should have been done prior to appraisal. This is my first home and I am really disheartened by the experience.
From the onset, from purchase to repairs, working with Lennar has been a nightmare. This is the second new construction model home that I have purchased. I had NO major issues with the builder for the first home. These Lennar homes are expensive and I would expect top-notch workmanship, contractors, customer service, and better quality materials and appliances. The sales agents are coached to say anything that might sell a home. Even if it is not true. I discovered that other homeowners had this same issue. I was told that Lennar would "beautify" the drainage pond behind my home. Instead, construction debris collected there over a 3-year period. I had to call the city in order for Lennar to pick up their garbage.
Secondly, Lennar makes it difficult to use a lender that is not Lennar's affiliated lender. They accomplish this by requiring the homeowner to set aside funding (a holdback) to cover the cost of items not yet completed, such as driveway, sidewalk, irrigation, and landscaping if you do not use their lender. This work is 10s of thousands of dollars and impacts the amount that you are able to borrow for the home. This expense is ALWAYS covered by a builder. Then, the game playing starts with the lending estimate (fees, closing costs, taxes, etc). I ultimately chose to use their lender but also reached out to 2 other lenders for estimates. The loan officer stated that they are competitive.
I compared the estimates and told the loan officer where the variances were. I insisted that he forgive the fee charged for not escrowing and he agreed. Over the next few weeks, he continually changed the numbers for each line item controlled by the lender. Finally, he added a no escrow fee. I refused to allow the loan officer to try to confuse me and made him review the calculation for every line item with me. This included me having to reach out to their actuary to determine how some items were calculated. By the end, the loan officer was angry with me for calling him on his dishonest behavior.
I hired my own inspector to go through the home. The construction manager did push back on some items that I insisted needed to be addressed before closing. In general, he did try to accommodate my requests but it was obvious that Lennar pressures them to only agree to simple repairs. I had a large crack in my garage floor. I had a large amount of water pooling on the garage floor every time that it rained. My sump pump was going off every 5 minutes after it rained due to the pipe not extending far enough from the outside of the building. I had water pooling against my foundation due to a grading issue. In all of these cases, Lennar denied responsibility. I had to threaten to not close on the home for them to fix the garage floor crack and the water drainage issue from the sump pump. They could not resolve the garage floor water pooling issue.
After closing, CustomerCare and emergency contractor numbers are a joke. Contacts don't respond or sometimes take days to return a call. You are only given one year for authorized repairs. Because of covid, they refused to enter my home for over 3 months. Yet these same contractors were allowed to continue building. That left me with only 9 months of coverage--Lennar refused to extend the warranty. In that time, I had 3 different customer care reps. I found a lot of issues. The construction manager and care reps were not happy with me. Saving on home-building costs and lessening the time the contractors spent on the home are the top priority for Lennar. Quality, a good customer experience, and ethical building practices are not.
By the end of the warranty period, I had found over 50 repairs that were needed. Issues such as dead wiring, air leaking around outlets installed on outside walls, improper shower head pipe installation, a non-functioning outdoor faucet, improper kitchen cabinet/counter installation. Their painters had dented my dryer and damaged my stainless steel kitchen sink. My walls are uneven and poorly painted. Lennar refused to cover repairs/replacement for damaged items or fix the air leaks.
I still have issues with faulty wiring in my home. Circuit breakers trip every time I try to vacuum any room on any floor. I tested the vacuum in another homeowner's home and it was fine. I have a loud noise in my ducts on the first floor every time the furnace is running. A beeping sound goes off every day around the same time. Even after I removed the CO2 and smoke detector on the 2 floors affected, including the wires. The appliances that were installed were obviously sitting in a warehouse for a long time. When a washing machine tech performed repairs, he discovered that the washer was built in 2015 and required a lot of software updates. I moved in 2019. This is a beautiful home but I will never buy another Lennar home after my experiences.
My house is almost 3 years old and the wood beams on front porch are cracked, and of such bad quality wood that probably was never dried properly that the edges of the beams have 6 in pieces that look like parts have come off. The paint used was of such poor quality that in 3 years it all needs to be painted, caulked and filled - horrible workmanship. The roof support beam was total cracked that they did come out and add side supports to the beam. The molding is uneven and once again has large strip of wood cracked off of edge. Guest bathroom molding behind toilet was never even painted. The support under the doors to outside were never nailed in and continue to fall out. Their customer service is HORRIBLE - 5 calls to finally get someone to answer who just said SORRY. Have talked to several other people in the same area and they all say the same thing about the quality and workmanship. Use any other builder.
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