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About LGI Homes
LGI Homes is a new home builder that builds homes and communities in more than 20 states across the country. It purchases, plans and develops land for its new communities and puts streamlined practices into place to cut costs and speed up the homebuying and building processes.
Pros & Cons
- Hires expert builders
- Uses high-quality materials
- Dozens of homes and floor plans
- Limited upgrade options
- Not available in all states
LGI Homes is a leader in the home construction industry. It creates luxury homes in vibrant communities in states all across the U.S.
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LGI Homes floor plans
LGI Homes offers floor plans for every budget and need. Check out the following home designs to see which one is right for you.
CompleteHome is LGI Home’s trademark home design. Every CompleteHome includes cutting-edge amenities and features that include:
- Whirlpool appliance packages
- Granite or quartz countertops
- Programmable thermostats
- Finished garage
- Professional front yard landscaping
Every house is designed with the modern home buyer in mind and has innovative features, straightforward pricing and popular upgrades to create a home that exceeds expectations in both form and function.
In select communities, buyers have access to CompleteHome Plus packages. This luxury upgrade features all of the amenities of the CompleteHome package plus:
- Stainless steel side-by-side refrigerator
- Designer light fixtures
- Two-tone interior paint package
- Enhanced landscaping package
These extra touches add more value to your house and enhance the features of your new home.
Active Adult Communities
LGI Homes is the leader in community building and has extended its reach to create active adult communities all across the nation. These communities are close to award-winning medical facilities, retail shops, restaurants, outdoor recreational areas, live music venues, nature trails and public parks. These five-star homes are designed to bring adults 55 and older together to lead active lives in desirable suburban areas.
LGI Homes warranty
LGI Homes offers a 10-year structural warranty and a one-year warranty on most of the home’s other features and amenities. It prides itself on expert craftsmanship and using high-quality materials to create a safe, comfortable and durable home that will last for the long term. Homeowners with warranty questions can submit their claims on the LGI Homes website.
LGI Homes prices
LGI Homes range from $166,000 to $356,000. It often helps with closing costs. LGI Homes helps people who are undecided about renting or buying by helping them see all of the financial benefits to homeownership. With LGI Homes, you may qualify for no money down financing.
LGI Homes FAQ
What credit score is needed for LGI Homes?
Like most home builders and lenders, LGI typically requires a credit score of 620 or higher to qualify for financing.
Does LGI pay closing costs?
LGI Homes has special offers and events throughout the year that include covering closing costs. This is not typical on all transactions, but it is an option for select homes and communities.
How do LGI Homes work?
LGI Homes is a premium home builder. Buyers can browse the website for LGI Home communities in their area and speak to an expert to help find or design the home of their dreams.
Are LGI Homes good quality?
Yes. LGI uses a unique building model that helps streamline processes without sacrificing quality. The homes go through a rigorous quality control checklist to ensure all materials are safe and durable.
Does LGI Homes do rent-to-own?
No. LGI Homes builds homes for ownership only.
is LGI Homes legit?
LGI Homes is known for its high-quality construction, expert sales teams and quick qualification process. Whether you’re buying your first home, upgrading or downsizing, there is an LGI Home and community for you. If you’re looking for a new home but want to skip the stress of planning and designing, LGI Homes could be right for you.
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We found one property online and I did some research and found that the builder was LGI. I looked up the number and found out they had an office in Port Saint Lucie so I called and made an appointment. My rep was Brandon and he was awesome. He wasn't like a salesman that was really pushy. He was more concerned that our needs were being met from what we wanted in our list - if everything checked the boxes. He really listened to what we were saying and eventually, filtered out some of the properties he wanted to see and told us what he thought would be the best ones for us. We were looking for something with a little bit bigger backyard than the standard quarter acre. Brandon was really informative and knew what he was talking about. It was pleasant.
Before Brandon, we met with somebody the day before. It was one of the other builders. We fell in love with the size of the yard and we liked the house. We put the $1,000 down just to hold the property. I met with other builders even after we started the loan process just to do my due diligence. I was impressed with the stuff they put in the LGI house. Some of the other builders don't include a garage motor, the front lights by the garage, and mailboxes. It's weird. They don't include refrigerators too but LGI delivered on all of those. The only things that they didn't have were washers and dryers. That was completely fine. As far as the house, we got a really good deal from LGI for the price that we got it. With all the closing costs and everything they covered, LGI was a no-brainer.
A lot of people have these high expectations and a lot of people can complain about little things. Everyone has their experiences. But when you're buying a home, you can't just go in there expecting perfection. That's just unrealistic. When I came into the house, one of the outlets wasn't working. I hit up Brandon and he got me in contact with the guy who did the walkthrough, Rich. Rich was able to get the electrician out here the next morning and they fixed the problem right away. They were very on top of things when there were issues. That was nice.
Hi Derek, thank you for taking the time to leave a review! We are happy to hear you had a great experience with our team. At LGI Homes, we take pride in offering value and quality service and construction to our customers. Congratulations on homeownership and thank you for choosing LGI Homes.
I was looking up rentals online when I came across LGI Homes’ ad. Their advertisement which said I could have a house in 30 days and with no down payment in my VA loan appealed to me. I called LGI up and the rep said he could have it done in 30 days, with just about exactly the same window as I had to get something arranged for my family to move into. I had a lot of questions 'cause I was kind of doubting. And the representative was patient and he understood my skepticism. He explained all my commentary, answered my questions well enough, that I felt confident with moving forward.
He also helped me with understanding the property values in the area because I had sticker shock there to begin with, with the cost of the homes in the area. I thought the cost was out of my range and he assured me that it wasn't. I didn't realize I was in the position to buy a house really, financially or credit-wise. And he made me understand that I was, and so I was doing it. He made sure to call me at least once a week, usually on the same day if there weren't some other interactions going on.
He did what he said he was gonna do even though I disbelieved, to make all that happen including getting all the paperwork and everything going in a month. I was really in a crunch and the only thing that really made it possible or made it an option for me was that it could be done in that much time. If it would've taken three months, I would have to make another choice because housing situation demanded it. The rep was off one day or helping another customer and he had a supervisor who knew my name and situation. Each time I called, somebody would answer. They were apprised of my situation. And then the rep called back and double-checked with me that I got what I needed.
LGI used good materials like hardy plank on the outside of the house. They went ahead and did the very first steel underneath the cross base. I was satisfied with that. I felt like the house was of good quality. The neighborhood is very safe, quiet and clean. There's no true traffic 'cause it's kind of pear-shaped housing development, so you gotta try to come out the same way you went in. Its all underground electrical is very pleasing to me aesthetically. LGI didn't let me down in either way. They made promises that seemed to me, outlandish. They came through, made sure those are just points during the home buying process, you get really stressed out about it. And David, the rep, was right there. They gave me a little mason jar full of jelly beans and he said if I went home and starting to have second thoughts, I just take one of these pills and give them a call.
That was really thoughtful especially for the emotional rollercoaster of buying a house. It's right after you sign some papers, and you give up your interest money. Having a new home changes your life all together. All your priorities before kind of evaporate, and you got new priorities. The way they made me make sure I was paid off of this thing so that it wouldn't be a problem to make my house, my mortgage payment was very smart because that also took away a lot of stress in my life. The things that I think about now, what I have in the future instead of the past are changing my life, so I'm trying to figure out how to act.
LGI forced all buyers to go through a full underwriting approval with their lender. The purchase agreement doesn't state there that you have to because they can't make you choose a particular lender. However, their practice is that, before they will proceed with execution of the contract, you must submit all of your documents they need for underwriting and talk to their mortgage person. If you decline their mortgage, that's fine. Then, they will allow you to use your own lender. In my case, I had a pre-approval letter already and I had done my preliminary underwriting with another lender. I told them from the get-go that I was using my lender and I had no interest in their product. Their response was, "What do you have to hide?"
When we set an appointment for me to have a conversation with their mortgage person, they said, "You got to upload your stuff, upload your stuff before you talk to this person." But they never gave me any way to upload it. I heard from nobody except my sales guy. I have no place to upload it. I'm not emailing things with my Social Security number on that. So I agreed to play the game. However, I was never interested in their mortgage. I had a better deal paying all my own closing costs with my lender than what they were offering.
Ten minutes before my court-appointed time to talk with their mortgage rep, I finally got an email. I was working and I scheduled it on my lunch break to talk to them. When we connected on my lunch break, they asked, "Did you upload?" I said, "No. I just got this access 10 minutes ago. I'm working. And by the way, I don't want your mortgage." The rep said, "Oh, okay." Then his boss called to strong-arm that I had to do complete underwriting. At this point, I called my mortgage guy and conferenced him in on the phone call and he asked, "What's the problem?" They said, "Well, we require people do this underwriting."
By this time, I had my condition underwriting completed with my mortgage. They verified my employment. I was golden, except for whatever conditions needed to be met with the title company. They had fully vetted me. So LGI just continued to strong-arm me that I had to go through this process. My mortgage guy said, "What if for some reason, the way you do your underwriting, you don't approve her? Can she then go with my lender? Because my lender has completely approved her." They said, "Yes, you just have to talk to our people." So I uploaded all of my documents to their portal. I called that mortgage gal back and said, "I've uploaded everything. You do what you need to do, but don't call me because I don't want your mortgage."
Ten minutes later, my sales guy and his supervisor, Chelsea, called back. I told them, "Look, I gotta get back to work. What do you want?" I was really angry. I was being bullied into having to have a mortgage conversation I was never interested in and I've never wavered. I calmly and clearly decided already, which is my right as a buyer.
I actually read the purchase agreement to them because they said, "You have to do this. It says so on the agreement." I said, "Oh, where?" They told me the paragraph and then I said, "Let's read that aloud together." It says that the buyer must do all of these things by these days with the buyer's lender, not the seller's lender. So we went through rounds, and then they said, "Well, let's just have a reship." Then I said, "What does that mean? I gotta get back to work. You've got 90 seconds." They told me that they went up the chain and talked to their vice president and that they were gonna proceed with my lender, which was ridiculous. The pressure and the strong-arming of the requirements to get fully underwritten by their preferred lender were inappropriate.
I had conditional underwriting documents showing the lender's name, the interest rate, and everything that they had validated as far as my qualification. After we went into an executed agreement, I sent that to them the next day because the contract said that within 14 days, I have to provide that stuff to them. They got that on day three. So I was in compliance with my contract. We closed in three weeks. But that was with not their preferred underwriter. But I love my sales guy. But I'm not so hip on his boss. I love this house and neighborhood. There are a few built-in issues like in the upstairs, HVAC doesn't cool adequately. So something should be done with the ducts to make it more comfortable.
Hi Tracy, we always advise buyers to visit with our preferred lender, as we know that the process will be streamlined when working with them. We appreciate your feedback about your experience. We're thrilled to hear that you love your home and the neighborhood! We wish you many years of happiness in your new home.
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I saw LGI Homes in one of the communities that was already built in Charlotte. I filled out the contact form, and someone reached out. I came over here and I liked the community. And the new house was good, so I decided I would do it. Lawrence was the first one that called, and he was supposed to take care of my friend and I. But since he was busy, some other representative took over. And I was told I could wait for Lawrence until he was done. He said, “Oh, it might take a couple of hours.” And since I took the day off from work, so I went along with him. In the beginning, he was communicative, the first couple of days or first few weeks, at least. So when I first looked at my current house, it was all frame. He took us around the community with already built houses. All of that went well.
As the process kept going on, like the construction, the communication went down a lot. I had to call every day or every other day to check on, “Hey, what's going on?” Dude said, “We are on schedule.” I was supposed to close October 27. And in the beginning, when I asked him, “Are we sure we're gonna close on October 27? Because I have to give two months’ notice to my apartment.” So I told him my situation, “I have to give them two months’ notice, so make sure. Tell me that we are going to close October 27 or around there.” He said, “Yes, we'll definitely close on October 7, if not, maybe a week.” That's November 10. So, I gave my two months’ notice at the apartment. They already rented it out, too, because I told them, “I don't want to pay any extra, so please rent out my unit first if possible.”
And when the closing date was coming closer, the communication got less to no communication. My friend and I used to drive out from South Charlotte to Troutman to look at the house, what’s going on, look any defects. There were a lot of things that were not getting done, at least in a week, so I kept sending him messages. “Hey, this is not done.” One of the ceilings didn't have a panel, so I told him, “Hey, panel’s not there." And there was no water boiler. I kept telling him all of these things. He said he communicated to the building manager. But later on, after the first week, around November 6, when we didn't close, so we came by and inquired with the office. He never told the building manager all the issues. So, the building manager was not aware of it. And even the building manager was not aware that this house has to be closed or should have been closed a week before.
I was supposed to close on October 27. It was not done. I was here in the office November 8. I said, “Hey, I only have two days. What can I do?” And the advice the representative gave was, “Just don't move. What are the apartment people gonna do?” That’s not me. I never had any bad remark in my rental history. So, I said that's not gonna work. And he said, “Okay. We're gonna close it next Monday,” which was November 11. And come November 11, still not ready. There were still some things not done.
There were tiles missing in the bathroom. There were a few other things that were missing. So, that was when my friend went into the office. He had to make a scene, “Hey, what's happening?” And the building manager stepped in and said, “We didn't know. All of these things were never communicated with us. And we didn't even know that this house was supposed to be closed.” There was a big communication gap. So, all of that was not done. And I had to pay extra to my apartment people. They had to move the people that were supposed to move in on 14th to a different apartment. And my apartment went back to rent November 25th. I closed on November 21st even with some of the things still missing.
Today, the cabinet company came and put the missing crown molding on all the cabinets. And still a couple of drawers don't work. They don't pull out smoothly, so they said they have to order some parts and they're going to come back again next week. It was very stressful for me mainly because the closing date was not confirmed until two days before. I closed the 18th, but I was told the Friday before that, “You will be closing on Monday.” I was, “Okay. Finally.”
And even on closing date, the representative did not come by, checked up. He did not call in the morning. I had to call him, “Hey, I'm on my way.” And I said, “Hey, I'm here. Where’s the lawyer or attorney? Where’s the notary guy?” After that, he came in, gave me a folder. “All the things that you need are here. Please go through.” And he gave me a keychain and pen, and he left. He didn't stay for any questions. It was very weird. It felt like either he was doing me a favor. He didn't want me to buy the house. It felt like he was trying hard to make me back out of the deal.
It felt like maybe he didn't want me here because I'm not American. I'm an immigrant. Maybe he just wants to sell the house for a higher price. Because after we put the security deposit down, the next week, all the house prices went up by 7,000. So maybe he wants to sell it to some of his friends. This was a thought process all along. It wasn't a good experience that three weeks before closing. I was depressed. I was, “What am I supposed to do? Should I just back out?” My friend said, “Don't back out. If it comes to that, we’ll call LGI corporate office and we'll deal with it.” So, I said, “All right. That's fine”
Now, for the good part, which actually made me actually stick to the plan of getting a house here. And the first representative I spoke with on phone, Lawrence, was very friendly. He was very open. He told me all the issues that we might have up ahead. So he was very open about it. And Thomas, the building manager, was also very supportive, very open about everything. He did the walkthrough of the house. He would stop, ask me if I had any questions. And he told me all the things I needed to take care of for the first year. And even now, he's still in contact. Every now and then, I message him, “Hey, Thomas. How are you?” He would reply back. He would walk out to the house. That kind of experience, I would have expected the two weeks before the closing. Even if it was delayed, if there were communication, like, “Hey, Sai. We are really sorry.” I don't even need an apology.
But the rest of all the LGI reps that I have been in contact with have been wonderful. And the first time I talked with Lawrence, I felt good about him, the way he spoke, the way he showed respect, humility, dignity, and how he showed LGI is what you need. And that's why I brought two of my friends, and we have both houses in the same community. And we both brought another friend. He's few houses down now. Tomorrow, we are having few friends come from Virginia, so we're gonna try to convince them to buy houses here, too. And all of this is because of people like Thomas and Lawrence. We are pushing people, “Hey, even if it's a little expensive now, you should consider LGI.” It's a beautiful house. Overall, well-constructed. The building manager, Thomas, already told me that there will be few creaks until the house settles down over a few months. But good quality so far. I'm more than satisfied with the house.
Hi Sai, we appreciate you taking the time to leave us with your feedback. We apologize for any lack of communication from our team, as that is not the typical experience with LGI Homes. We are happy to hear you had your items and concerns resolved. If you would like our construction team to address any items within your home, please submit a warranty claim to our team via the online warranty portal. Thank you for choosing LGI Homes and we hope you continue to enjoy your new home for years to come.
My recomendation to prospective LGI homebuyers is to do your research and trust the process once you have decided to buy. Here are some key takeaways from my homebuying experience:
1. LGI Homes will insist that you use their preferred lender - Loan Depot. I used Loan Depot as my lender. However, you must pay attention to every step of the process. You need to know the difference between an VA, FHA, and conventional loan BEFORE speaking with the loan officer. Loan Depot will automatically steer you towards an FHA loan (if you are not going VA). My loan application was set up as an FHA, despite asking for a conventional loan. The loan type was changed to conventional only after I reviewed the documents and demanded that it be changed. Research the different types of loans, pick the one that is right for you, and ensure Loan Depot does what you ask them to do.
2. The estimated closing date will probably change. My estimated closing date was changed THREE times. When buying a new construction home, expect delays. My advice is to be flexible and stay in touch with your sales representative as you approach the estimated closing date.
3. I rate the quality of construction as a 4 out of 5. Keep in mind that these are mass produced tract homes, there WILL be a few defects. Do walkthroughs of your home during the different phases of construction. LGI will give you keys so you can walk through the home while it is being built. Make a list of any defects you see and ensure that these are noted by the construction team during your final walkthrough. If you notice defects after the fact, submit a work order on the website. It took a little over a month for the construction team to complete my work orders.
4. LGI homes are pretty basic, but they come with some great upgrades. If you are buying in California, you get solar included! You will save money on energy costs. The homes are very well insulated and come with a great HVAC system as well.
Overall, I am very happy with my LGI home. I'd recommend LGI to anyone looking for a new build house. Thanks for reading!
Hi Harrison, we thank you for taking the time to leave a review. Congratulations on becoming a homeowner! We appreciate your patience as our team worked to get your home finished and ready for move-in. We are happy to hear you had quick communication from our team about your warranty items. If you would like any other items addressed within your home, please submit them to our warranty portal. Thank you for choosing LGI Homes!
We were in the process of buying a house and we were looking. But every time we turned around, we didn't even have enough time to go and look at houses before they were sold. Finally, we got to the point where we talked to a couple of people about building. We lived in Orange City at the time. We drove by, saw LGI, and we swung in there and talked to somebody one day. They gave us a packet of information and said if we decided to own a house, we could talk to somebody else if we had a plan that we were looking for in mind.
We talked it over a little bit between me and my husband and ended up deciding that this was what we needed for the time. LGI told us that it was gonna be about a six-month turnaround. We went ahead and signed the papers. We got pushed back almost a year. There were things that we weren't prepared for but we waited it out. We’re just happy we did because of the turnout of how everything ended up. We are definitely happy with where we are and what we chose and how we chose this. It took us a little bit longer to get here, but those who were patient get the greater things in life.
I like the innate craziness of the environment now and where we are. I'm glad it took as long as it did because we actually got ourselves more financially stable for the house. It was a great thing for us to wait as long as we did because of all of the things that we were able to get in line before we actually took over the payments. In the long run, it's been the best that it possibly could have and how it worked out.
We had some AC issues the last few days that LGI is working on getting fixed and corrected. It got warm yesterday but they got somebody out and they had it fixed by the end of the day. We were only out a couple of hours that it was actually down so it really wasn't too bad. There's a section in the back of our yard that and the sod was already dead. They're working on replacing it. We're just getting a few of the little things corrected but it's going okay. It’s a brand-new home so you can’t get too mad about it. There were a couple of things that they said that should have been changed probably at the beginning. The air filter wasn't changed and was blocking everything up. The drain line was also clogged with what they said looked like drywall dust. Other than that, we've not had too many issues.
Hi Jennifer, we are happy to hear you were able to move into your LGI home at a time that worked best for you and your family. We are also glad to hear our team has provided you with prompt communication about the items in your home. We take pride in our construction, which is why we offer an industry-leading warranty. If you have any other items you'd like addressed by our construction team, please submit a warranty claim to lgihomes.corrigo.com. Congratulations on your home and we hope you enjoy it for years to come!
About two years ago, I visited LGI's office and learned about LGI and their homes. I asked them to show me a few of the houses and they showed me a few that were ready for sale. I liked the way it was designed. Unfortunately, at that time, I didn't have the down payment so I had to wait. I like that the home has a separate office 'cause I work from home. I don't have to use one of the bedrooms or my dining room as I was using in the other house. I went shopping for a used house but when you walk inside, everything needs to be upgraded or you could tell that they painted to make it look clean.
My sales guy, Tommy, was marvelous. He kept me informed. I had told him specifically where I wanted the house. I didn't want it on a main corner of a main street. I wanted it where if you turn from the main street, you got to do a couple of turns to get to the street. Tommy would send me pictures every time he would come out here and show me the next level like when the cabinets were put in and when the flooring was put in. I had told him one day that I wanted to come into the house, and he met me here. We walked through the house and in that small walkthrough, I found many things that I didn't like. Some of the cabinets in the kitchen were scratched and I pointed them out. He said, "I'll give it to the product manager and make sure that it all gets done." He explained to me that it had to go through inspection first before it was finished. I was happy that he explained that to me.
I still had scratched cabinets but I'm happy they came out a week after I closed, fixing what needed to be fixed. I'm happy that everybody moved fast. They did everything in that one week. The bedrooms had carpet and I don't like carpet. That was another thing that Tommy did. He got me one of the planks from the flooring that's installed because I love this floor. I wanted to match it as close as I could get it for the bedroom. I had to wait for those floorings to be installed before I could physically move in.
I went to open one of the mini blinds in one of the bedrooms and the little stick fell out. I was trying to screw it, but it wouldn't go in. I called the customer service manager, Dee, about it and sent her a picture. She came to fix it but couldn't do it. When she lifted it up, it's all scratched. She right away put an order. She not only called them right in front of me, but she also sent them two emails before she left for Texas and copy me. They have yet to come and repair that. That's the only negative thing that I'm a little dissatisfied with compared to the cabinet guys, the flooring guys and even the concrete guys who came in that first week with no problems. But I love the home. Everybody that's come to visit me so far loves the house. I recommend LGI Homes.
Hi Mildred, thank you for choosing LGI Homes for your first home purchase! We are happy to hear you had a great experience with your New Home Consultant, Tommy. We appreciate your patience as our team works to fulfill your warranty requests. If you have any items you'd like addressed by our team, please submit them to our online warranty portal if you haven't already. Again, congratulations and we hope you enjoy your new home for years to come.
The home consultant from LGI Homes was upfront for the most part. There were some things about the HOA that were misleading towards the end. We were told that LGI is the one who owns the HOA and it's not strict and we're gonna be able to do this and this. We found out it's the total opposite. Otherwise, the home consultant was good. He continued to keep in contact with us. As far as the house, we moved in and things had to be fixed immediately. I'm still waiting for some of those things to be fixed. When we were moving in, the threshold came up, and it took them about a week to come and fix it. The fan in the downstairs bathroom does not work, and I'm still waiting for them to come and fix that.
When they came to fix the threshold, I asked the guy about part of my floor. When you step on it, you can hear space move. I was told that it's a floating floor, and I've never heard of a floating floor. People who I know lay floors for their employment have never heard of floating floors. When you're putting a home up in 90 days, things get rushed. The screws in my pantry door weren't in it and now, they're stripped out. They came and tried to put a screw in. Now, I have to put a work order in for that because the door is gonna fall off.
I've met one person and my husband met with the other guy. He had to come back a couple of times. He first guy was okay from what I was told. The second guy that came in, looked at it and automatically knew what it was. One of our electric switches for going up the stairs wouldn't turn on but if you go upstairs, and you just flip the switch, it would come on. It was vice versa. One of the switches always had to be on or off for the other one to work. The first guy couldn't figure it out. Then the second guy came in, and he fixed it. So, that's working. They came and fixed the floors like a week later. I'm still waiting for them to come fix the fan in the bathroom downstairs. I've been here almost a month, and I'm still waiting.
LGI Homes is a good company to work with and the process is easy and quick. They have a mortgage insurance company that they work with already there. The rep was straightforward. He answered all of our questions. LGI helped us buy a modern, affordable home. I like the space and the look and the feel of the exterior. However, we have bugs in our home after we purchased it. The preventive maintenance for pests could have been elaborated a little bit more.
I like the bigger space with LGI Homes. The quality is good. I like the stucco roof. However, I still have problems on one of the bathrooms. One of the tops is cracked. They are supposed to repair it, but nobody has shown up yet. Additionally, I should’ve gotten a double door gate on the backyard. It's my biggest concern. Also, the electrical was not very comfortable for me because the outside outlet was breaking off the breaker. I got an electrician who put an extra outlet on the garage.
Going into the homebuying process with LGI, it was nerve-wracking but when everything was said and done, it was straightforward. I come from renting apartments for five years. So, buying a home is nerve-wracking. I'm young too, so it’s all scary to me. Luis was very informative. He always reached out to us every step of the way. He was a great and honest guy. For questions or concerns that may have came up, they address them swiftly in a good and timely manner. They're excellent on answering any concerns or questions. Things seem a lot easier now that we own a home. It's so crazy how much where you stay can impact your way of living. The new home community that I live in is quiet. Everybody around there seems friendly. My children take advantage of the park and the splash pad. They like it a lot. I wish there was a gym, but the amenities are nice. I don't really use the dog park even though it's there, but that's nice too.
I came into LGI's office and was able to see a breakdown of pricing. I already knew what floor plan I wanted, which made it a lot easier in terms of weeding things out. Also, the salesperson I had was extremely knowledgeable and answered all of my questions. He gave me his email and mobile so there was constant communication. That was something I really appreciated about the entire process. Overall, it was really good experience. The quality of the build is really good. I really appreciated that it's basic and wasn't overpriced compared to other communities I looked into. And the community is quiet. It's removed but still a part of being in the city. I've always wanted that country-in-the-city living experience and this is exactly it.
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