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I was looking for something to rent. I wasn’t planning on buying a house because I had moved out of state to Washington. I saw an ad that said “Rent to own,” which got me to LGI Homes. Their reps were really good. When I was about to back out after the first house didn’t go through, I was thinking in my head that I was done with all the process. I didn’t want to pay any more money to my credit and didn't want to deal with all of that stuff. But David, my sales rep, encouraged me to go through with it, and I’m glad he did. I got into my house very recently. I was dealing with all the sales reps by the end of the term because I’ve been there so long trying to make this happen. David was the one that closed my house. Jermaine, David, and the sales manager, Zack, were all fantastic. LGI have such a great staff.
LGI got my credit score from a 540 all the way to a 696 in a month and a half of time. It wasn’t because the houses were not standing up to my standard, because the location was bad, or because I wanted to change my sales rep. It was literally because I had to get my stuff right, and LGI took their time to tell me what steps I needed to do in order to get there. At first, I got angry and then I called them back the next day and I thought I should let them know why I’m angry. They were fixing my credit for free. All I got to do is pay the payment. The steps that LGI took to build my credit were really great. And no other agents would have done that through other companies. The best experience was all my debts are paid off and in the end, I got a house out of it.
My new home is beautiful. It’s probably not my dream house, but it’s definitely my dream location because it’s secluded and quiet. I’ve only spent one week in there so far but it’s really nice. The house is done properly. Kevin, the builder, was awesome as well. He went through everything with me and let me know exactly how the house is. So the property is ideal for me. I like it a lot and my family is happy. If I would buy another house five years from now, I’d go back to LGI.
I would definitely recommend anybody who's buying a house, especially for the first time, to go with LGI. They take their time to do the steps to get the first-time home buyer in there. I was making the purchase while I was living in Colorado so I felt really sketchy about LGI at first. And then I went to the ConsumerAffairs website and I’ve seen how many reviews LGI had that were 5 stars. It was amazing and it gave me the comfort zone.
I liked the customer service of LGI and that everything was at one location. Corey was my rep and he was outstanding and was always very thorough. He checked back and if there was anything they needed, they let me know immediately. They kept very good care of the paperwork that I gave them, disseminated it quickly and it was a seamless flow.
I've been here in my newly built home for a week now and the quality is excellent. They had different house styles that I could choose from. And if you get a VA approval, the VA is very strict so I got my money’s worth. I'm retired so this house is an investment. I'm comfortable and I'm at my point of freedom as far as retirement goes. The community is also quiet and safe. I'm in the Lovejoy area so it’s very nice, convenient and centrally located to everything.
People should go to LGI. They’re just amazing. I'm still in awe and I'm finally settling to the idea that I'm now a homeowner. I've had a home before but the military is different. This is the first civilian experience that I've done and it was very intact, quick, direct, and there was not a whole lot of hoopla. I'm not dealing with this bank and that bank. LGI has its own bank so it’s beautiful.
I received two mails stating that LGI Homes was building in the area and they were helping people to get home for people like me who have been renting for so long. I didn't trust it at first and I disregarded the second mail. Then one day, I started looking into other companies and decided to try LGI Homes too. The sales consultant that worked with me was a great guy. He helped me a lot and he was very informative. He gave me updates every Friday with what was going on, which was great so I didn't have to worry. He also walked me through the buildings and showed me the plans. He was above everything.
But the sales consultants could be trained in giving some guidance to customers. For example, I needed to cancel early on my apartment and I asked for advice, but my sales consultant couldn't find much information for me. This was my first time buying a home and I came back with huge fines. They could have told me that they don't know anything about it, instead of telling me that they were going to consult with their manager. They took my copy of agreement twice but there were no results. Other than that, they were great.
Everybody in LGI Homes was very helpful. I applied to different companies before but with no luck and kept turning us down. But LGI was just exceptional in walking us through and they were not pushy to sell but they were guiding us to get in. I like the part that they coached me in how I can be a home owner. We are living in the house now and it has a nice back yard. I like the community but it's a very big area and there is only one park at one side of the street but I don't see any park on the other side. Other than that, everything looks good. The kids are having fun and it's been great. I recommend LGI Homes.
Builder and salesperson customer service is not what I thought it would be. We call and never get a response when having to leave a message. When I do get in contact with the builder he says he’s going to check into my issue and never hear back from them! Moved in and a lot of issues in the home.
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Everything’s new and nobody's lived in a new-build home. I was looking for one when I found LGI Homes about 5 weeks ago, and everything went smooth with the home consultant named Deanne. I purchased a new-build home and its quality is good. They were supposed to give me 2 garage openers but I was given only 1 garage opener when they gave me the keys to the house. It’s been two weeks yet I’m still waiting on the second one. While everything is good especially the appliances, I had to go out of my way to get the blinds on the back as there are blinds only on the front side of the house. Other than that, I got a great home in a nice neighborhood, and I recommend others to check it out.
I did not want to go through the hiccups of going along with an older home, and then I found out about LGI through Craig's List. Home consultant Jay was able to answer my questions if I had any, or if he did not know the answer, he searched for it. It was comfortable talking to him. They were just upfront about everything in the whole process, and it wasn't like long and drawn-out. The only thing is that I came into the house having a high expense for blinds for the back part of my house. That was the only thing that was unexpected because even the companies they went through, it was $450 for blinds for the back of the house. Nevertheless, I like the build and it is nice for me. The community seems very quiet too, and it has a playground.
I’ve been renting and it kind of didn’t go anywhere and I wanted to change a pace. I’ve had a few people mention LGI to me. A good friend of mine is a construction manager with LGI and he was like, “Hey. This is the way to go. I wouldn’t lie to you.” I know him like a brother and I went to see what he had to offer. We went in on a weekend and spoke to Gabe. He was our sales consultant and he shared everything about the house and the location. They showed me everything about the foundation, the warranty that comes with it and the roofing. It was a learning experience for me of things I didn’t think of or realize before. And it would have brought things to my attention. And I was like, “Wow. Like I didn’t know that.”
And then we did like a pre-qualification or whatnot and filled out some paperwork. He run some numbers, “Hey. This is where you’re going to be." And then everything checked out. And then the next thing I know I was working with Marlyn trying to get a paperwork for the loan documents. Everybody was on the best to their business. If Marlyn couldn’t take the call we’ve always stayed in contact via email.
I now live in a pretty quiet neighborhood and that’s what we were looking for. And we're right next to the park for the kids. I just started getting back to work. I just moved in so I’m still in transition and trying to get things moved but for the most part I enjoy the community. The drive isn’t that bad at all. I love my house. Just maybe one day I’ll upgrade. I would recommend LGI Homes and talk about how these people help me out with my loan. They were the best. I’ve never had a problem and the neighborhood is awesome.
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Everything was wonderful with LGI Homes. I came from a bad experience with another lender. So I was kind of frustrated and I didn’t want to go through a process and I was skeptical, and that’s when my realtor told me about Ana Maria, that she's good and will tell me step by step. So, once I started with her, everything is kind of magical. She's excellent and tells me everything and everything works. She helped me.
Since it was going to be my first house, I wanted something new. I’m not familiar with the whole buying process. LGI Homes is genuine like they care about the person wanting to have their first home. I’m doing my in and out of the house and everything looks fine. I love the community so far. It’s just the place where it is, the distance from my work. It’s just kind of like apart from the hassle in Orlando. And I haven’t settled yet. I’m in and out and just today I put the power, and the water. So I’m still processing.
I know a couple of friends that have been going through processes and I know that they’re having some issues, and I told to one of them to stop renting and that if they want to get their house, LGI is the one who’s going to help them. They just have to talk to them.
Willis was our home consultant at LGI Homes and he was pleasant and very friendly. He was informative and he showed us everything that we wanted to see. But we had to give them the same information multiple times and there was a back and forth. Nonetheless, the upfront money was a lower amount with LGI Homes compared to other builders and we’re trying to get our son to go in there and purchase one too. Although our kitchen next to the door that leads outside could use a window, I’m pleased with the home and we’re in the process of moving in.
A friend of mine who bought a house at LGI told me about it. I sat down with Brian one weekend and we talked about why I wanted a home, what I was looking for and what I wanted in the home. We also talked about the budget, moving in and the process. He was very informative and he stayed in contact throughout the whole process. I told him to be forward about the pricing, what I would actually have to go through and the process, and that’s what he did. He was straightforward about everything and he didn’t try to candy coat anything. He told me, “This is what you’re looking at for monthly payments if you want this model. This is what’s going to happen if you get this model.” So, that’s the kind of person I need.
Finalizing everything took less than a month ‘cause we started the paperwork in beginning of February and it was closed the second to the last week of February. The house was already built as it was a house that someone wasn’t able to close on so it went back on to the market. I’m still in the middle of the moving-in process but the quality seems to be what I expected. Also, the community is quiet and I’m looking forward to being out there. Living here is going to be more relaxed. Overall, LGI is going to walk you through the process. They’re going to let you know exactly what you need and they’ll take the time to answer all your questions and concerns.
The LGI consultant that I dealt with was super. Her name was Suzanne and she would be the first one I'd hire if I go in the businesses. She took care of everything and she even got the customer superintendent going who should be working as a laborer somewhere in a ditch. I've worked in construction for 38 years as a commercial electrician, and this LGI customer superintendent was the worst I've run into. He doesn't know the difference between RO and soft water. And he doesn’t know a thing about their own construction there. When trash was blown down in my yard, he just told me that it was a construction site and that I should've expected that. I don't agree with that, and I expect them to clean up their mess every day. Overall, LGI Homes has great sales people but everything else stinks. I was actually going to cancel day before we were going to close if it wasn’t for Suzanne.
If I was going to spend a big amount of money, I'd prefer to have something new instead of something that was already built and have to put more money to fix it. Plus I didn't like the already constructed homes and the old home that I saw. I came into the LGI development and though it's a little far from work and comparing the prices of other houses, I liked the layout of the house that I purchased at LGI better than the other ones.
The consultant was very friendly and seems to be knowledgeable of what he's doing. He was very interested in showing us the houses and explained as much as he could about what he was selling to us. The first night I stayed in the house, my air conditioner stopped working. I called the emergency number because the weather wasn’t bad. I decided to wait till the next day, but they came in and fixed the issue quickly. So, the response was good. I will definitely recommend LGI to a friend and tell them to take the chance and come see the houses.
My husband and I purchased an LGI home in the Ridge of Dundee community. The sales team here went above and beyond their duty to get us financing for our new home. Pablo ** and Andre ** hats off to these 2 awesome men!!! I have been living in my new home now for 1 week and I love it! My sink was dented when we did our walk through and they replaced it right away for me. Only complaint I have is the small refrigerator that comes with the appliance package but that's ok... We bought a bigger one and put the other one out in the garage. I would definitely recommend LGI to everyone that is looking to purchase a new home!
Everything was great with Leon, the home consultant from LGI Homes. He was like he would be a good friend and didn't lie to me about the process and he was just there for me. I'm a 100% comfortable working with him. I could contact Leon at any time and I tell any questions and he'd get answers to me. Everything's 100% but there's just one thing I noticed that I didn't like and that is the ceiling. I could see waves from where they put the the toolbox or something. It looks kind of wavy in the ceiling. But LGI's new home community is nice. I've been telling my friends to go there and check it out.
I am a review reader and I've read quite some good things about LGI and through hearsay. Of course, there's going to be bad reviews as well as good reviews but I weed them out. I saw some of LGI's properties online and I clicked a button that said I was interested in getting more information. Elder, the rep, reached out to me and he was awesome. He was the biggest help. He invited us to come in and he set us an appointment. We went to talk to him one Sunday and he let us know how possible it was to fulfill our dream of owning a home. We went in with the idea that credit is everything, but he let us know that that was not the case. As long as we qualified according to their guidelines, he said he was going to put us in a home and that's exactly what he did. He literally held our hands through the whole process even when we were freaking out. He was absolutely amazing. He was the best rep and I'd recommend anyone to him.
I love the home, but it became a little stressful when we were moving in because of the layout. With the stairs, when you enter immediately to your right when you first come in, we have a lot of king-sized furniture so that was a toughie. We also got a few nicks and dings in our brand new home which we didn’t want, but it's okay because it's ours. LGI Homes fulfilled our dreams. This was the first time me and my husband ever tried to purchase a home and it worked for us.
LGI Homes is a good builder with a good price point. I liked how streamlined everything was. The process was easy and from the time I looked at the house to the time we closed, it was 30 days. In the VA loan, that's unheard of. They did a great job. They have a friendly environment too. Our home consultant Marty was personable, as well as knowledgeable about the homes. We're getting everything together now so we can move in and so far, the build seems great. We're really happy.
I liked the LGI Homes incentives and everything you get with the house is A1. And the people that I was working with were real good. The rep was funny, and he explained everything to a T which was perfect. They had me at the right time and in the right area. The house itself was nice too, and it's a good home. Everything was great.
There's no gutter and no drains at my new house from LGI Homes so that's an issue. I just have to do it myself now. I work in construction so I'm able to go in and fix stuff easy without making a big fuss about it. When I put up my ceiling fan the box was hanging out of the ceiling so I can see them rushing to turn that house over. Also the biggest thing that I'm upset about is the dining room area. The vent for the HVAC is in the location where the lights should be. So now I can't really get my table. The light and the vent should've been swapped. The light and the vent looks bad. It's just driving me crazy that I can't do anything about it.
But they made me really feel comfortable about the decision I was making. Fik of LGI Homes impressed me with his knowledge of the business and his willingness to work with the situation that I was in. But Fik was on top of it. He called me Thursday night like he said he would, to check on me and to check on the status of the loan, procedure and everything. He did everything he said he was going to do. He was the best home consultant that I've dealt with in my life. I've already referred to a co-worker.
We showed up at LGI Homes and everybody there was nice, friendly and informative. They went over the process and explained everything, and then we filled out some paperwork. Then we went and looked at the houses, and we decided on which one we wanted. The one we went with was a new house, but they had it already built and they were selling it brand new. They have a good process at LGI. Our home consultant, Gabe, walked us through everything well and informed us of how to process our home purchase. Also, the lady rep, Marlene, was awesome and she helped us a lot through the whole process of doing the loan.
LGI made the process easy and it took four weeks from when we started working with them up to the time that we moved into our home. The quality of the build seems really good. The construction man walked us through the house and informed us of everything about it on our closing day. The new community home that we live in is really nice and I like it a lot. In addition, the amenities that LGI offers are great and I’m satisfied. Living in our new home makes our daily life a lot better. I’d tell people to go with LGI. They have good homes and they help you out a whole lot.
My mother-in-law had an appointment with LGI Homes and she invited us to tag along. We went in on a Saturday about 4 o' clock. We met with our salesman, Fred, for the first time and he walked us through the entire neighborhood, showed us all the different houses and the different floor plans, and gave us brief pricing on each one. Then he sat us down, ran my father-in-law's credit and my husband's credit to figure out, more or less, which price range we would fit in. Then he started narrowing down the floor plans that we would be more than likely qualified for and he told us about how much we would have to put down. He was very knowledgeable. We would ask really random questions and he somehow knew the answers. And if he didn't know the answer, he would ask for a minute and find out the answer.
We liked everything that he was saying. We liked the homes, the area and the fact that they were new build. We went back in the following day, to sign all the paperwork, and we made a check deposit of $1,000. Then we got the checklist of what we needed to bring in when we met with David, from the loan department. We had an appointment four days later but I called that evening to see if we could get in the following day and they were very accommodating. We did everything within three days.
David was a great man. He held our hand and kept us in constant communication about what was going on with the loan and what would be the process. Then he would call if he needed any more paperwork and he was with us every step of the way. We really enjoyed that connection that he had with us. Since I got here, the quality of the home and the community have been great. We love where we're right now. It's great. Now, we have more space for the kids to run around and for the dogs in the backyard. It's cozy and the home makes us so much happier now. I would recommend people to go to the information center and get as much information as possible.
I liked the homes that LGI was building and I've heard really good information about them. One of my good friends bought a house from LGI and I'm at his house every Sunday. The way he told me about the process, they made it so easy and everybody was so nice and courteous. There's also the warranty and the fact that the home is new and I don’t have to worry about certain things for a few years.
We walked into LGI not expecting anything, and we had Anthony and Cherry Anne who both did a great job. They walk you through and in doing the process, they'll call you and make sure that you're okay. Everything was perfect because it's my first time buying a home and they made the experience really good. LGI Homes has some good people working for them. I talked with a couple of my buddies at work who can't get a home, and I told them to be positive and go over to LGI, who will let them know whatever it is that they can do to help them through the process.
I bought a new house from LGI Homes and the home consultant was excellent. He helped me out and made it really easy. He wasn't going to let me leave without a talk on a house. Any question I had he answered it. He's very knowledgeable and if he didn't know he got on the phone and found the answer himself. He was going to sell me on it one way or another. The quality of the build was done good. And the house is in a nice community. But there's grass in the backyard so I need to start clipping some grass in the backyard
I was very familiar with LGI since I started working for my dad in construction. Overall, I just fell in love with it and the style of the home. I was very comfortable working with their people. They did a great job and they helped me through everything. They gave me advice and provided me with all the information. Everything about the house is in great condition. But there are some minor stuff like some spots and cracks in the garage. Also, there is no one who lives in the community yet but it's quiet.
My parents met with the LGI consultant that we worked with first and we stayed with him throughout the entire process. His name is Mark and he was very helpful with everything. He didn’t try to smooth talk anything. He just gave us the opportunity to browse and do what we wanted to do when it came to looking at the houses. And he gave us the information that we needed when we asked for it. We needed a little more communication to see where we were at on things to keep us updated, but he was great.
We just moved in this weekend, so there are some things that I am still waiting to have fixed. I have not received or have been contacted by anybody yet to set up times about when those things are going to be taken care of. There were some construction issues that we had some problems with at the very beginning. There is a large incline on the left side of the house and for whatever reason, whoever built the house decided that they were going to put the gate on that side. It’s a very steep incline and with all the new sod in there, of course it’s very unsteady. It’s very easy to slip down, roll an ankle or break a foot trying to get to the gate. Whereas opposed to the side of the building, we wanted to see if they could put the gate on that side because it’s a lot more even for safety purposes of children and if my older parents decide to come over.
There was also a hairline crack, which we talked to Mark about, on the driveway and they said that if it gets any larger, they’ll deal with it. Plus there were some issues with the sod that they put down. They don’t seem to even the ground out underneath it and that proves that the lawn is going to be very lumpy ones the grass goes in. And so it’s going to take a lot of work to even everything out then level out the whole yard. It’s just a matter of tilling the dirt a little bit underneath before the sod gets thrown on top of it, and no one has taken care of that.
There's also the issue of the electrical box being outside the house as opposed to maybe inside the garage, and we were told that there was a code for it. You physically have to go outside of your house, lock the door and then proceed to go out to your electrical box to change out any breakers or to flip any breakers in the event there’s something happening, and then walk all the way back around towards the front of the house and unlock the door to get back inside. So if it’s raining or snowing, I don’t know if I’m allowed to get into that box or not, or if I just wait it out until it slows down. It's just a matter of them building that electrical box inside the garage instead.
Living here at LGI has been good so far. It’s not a whole lot different than what I felt like it would, other than it being in a different location. I would tell others to look into LGI Homes and if it’s something that they want to really dig into, then they have to provide all the proper information and documentation. If they’re willing to go through that then go through the process, go ahead and do it.
We purchased with LGI and the experience was not bad but not so great. The sales rep was very uninformative. At one point we asked for the sq ft for each room and she told us they are hand built so they can change from house to house. Seeing as though each house is hand built we asked her to check but never got an answer. This was pretty much how the whole home purchase process went. Our sales rep never really kept us informed or had any answers. Each Thursday we were suppose to get an update on the house progress which pretty much only happened if we drove out and inquired ourselves or spoke to her boss. Then the call would be made usually at 8 pm at night.
The idea that they can build a 2 story home in 30-45 days as we were told seemed unreasonable. When we questioned this we were assured each time that it was the correct time frame. Yet our closing was pushed back 2 times and we finally closed 90 days from our initial date of beginning escrow. This date seemed much more reasonable and had this time frame been given we would of had a lot less "why isn't this done and when will it be done" questions. The home overall is wonderful you get your money's worth in value. We have had a few warranty repairs that needed to be finished from the initial build or issues that arose after we moved in but they are quickly addressed and taken care of. This we appreciate.
The only real downfall of our purchase that we til this day are very unhappy with as well as many of our neighbors is they given you DEAD GRASS. We were told many times is that due to the hurricane which occurred during our building process that their normal vendor was under water and therefore this was all they were able to get, but to rest assure it would turn green and be fine. We later found that all homes were given this DEAD GRASS long before the hurricane. The grass has turned green and from a distance it appears to be acceptable but once up close it's very sparse with just dirt locations.
I had a good experience with LGI and I'm enjoying my home right now. I was looking for a home back in December. I saw some free manual homes, so I called my real estate agent to follow me down there so we could check out some homes and that was when we saw there was a new construction that was really going on there. We decided to stop at the LGI office and then I talked to them.
The first guy that I dealt with was Archie, and he talked about the home, the area, the highway and all the businesses that were around, how close we were to the freeway, the proximity from here to the town and the shopping malls. He really gave us a detailed description about the whole area. When they told me what they were going to do, I expected them to do that because I hate disappointment. And they did good from the time the house was in construction and then they took me there. I chose the unit that I wanted based on what I was qualified for financially so I have to go with them to double check the house. We looked at it and the floor plan was good for me and it was exactly what I wanted.
They walked me through and the decided to close with me. But there was a little delay and that was on my part because my loan was having a lot of issues because I have changed jobs. I have multiple jobs that I do so they had to pull up the combinations of the jobs to make the income to their satisfaction. It was not even two years that I started the other job so it kind of pulled up a little bit behind for when I tried to pull out the paper works there. They were able to get everything straightened out eventually, but I lost the first home because there was a delay and they had to sell it to somebody else. I was a little bit disappointed but that was not their fault. It took them about 10 days to close me from the time they completed everything, which was a very good timing for me. I really appreciated it. They did a good job, especially the loan officer. And my realtor made sure that she was on top of everything, so it was a blessing.
The only issue that I had was that they don't have a doorbell, which really threw me off this morning because I wanted the alarm system that have the doorbell camera. So I had to get somebody who can do all that. LGI also said that they don’t do the garage opener. But I saw some homes where they came through the garage opener and with the remote. So I had to install those alarms by myself too. I also didn't like the appliances that they used and I actually just sold the fridge. It's too low quality, and if you have a beautiful house, you don't want to put that kind of appliances.
LGI didn't give us an option to choose whether we wanted a wood floor or a rough carpet. I told them that I wanted my house to have wood flooring but they said they only have the carpet. So I had to spend another $4,400 to change the floor to wood. I can't even put my furniture in the house right now and everything is still in the garage because I don’t want to set up everything until they call me back to take all the carpet. Other than that, I have a roof over my head and that's the most important. I'm trying to settle in right now because I moved in this weekend. But I love the home and the area. I will recommend it.
I didn't want to deal with all the maintenance on the old house and LGI Homes was a little more affordable in price, compared to other builders. Ricki was the lady at the office and I was comfortable enough working with her. Travis was with the loan depot and he did the job. They had an answer for every question, so that was good. It was quick too. They would respond within the day. I just moved in and they have a park in the community. But there were some little things that I didn't like about the build of the house. The framing wasn't that straight. As soon as we started painting, I could see that some of the corners were crooked and then I may see some pieces of baseboard. Even one of the drywallers didn't do his job right. I could see big lines there in the texture and the work was a little sloppy. But the house is okay overall.
My mom was looking through the homes at LGI and having no down payment was a big determining factor. The rep Roger was very friendly and inviting. He helped us a lot throughout the process and was motivated to get us in our home. He was also very knowledgeable, and if he didn’t know the answer, he was able to get it from someone else. We felt comfortable working with him. We just moved in today and we love our home so far. Everything’s going pretty well. I didn’t think it was possible for us to get a home, but we did and we’re very happy.
I purchased a brand new LGI home and they provided really good service. They were very pleasant, informative and helpful during the whole process. It was zero cash down with the lender that they offered and that was another plus. My consultant was Dexter and he was really good about checking with me every day to make sure everything was right with the process. If I had any questions, he was very open to answering anything that I had. I was extremely comfortable working with him. There were minor things that were found during the inspection but other than that, I don't have any complaints about the overall build. I really like the neighborhood, peaceful and very quiet. And I like the fact that they’re building a new park out there. That’ll be exciting.
A friend of mine lives in an LGI home in Jarell, Texas. We went with LGI too as we liked their price and everything was pretty smooth with their consultant, Amber. She checked and informed us of what she's doing. The communication was good and she wasn’t too pushy. She knew her facts pretty well and knew how the process worked so I felt comfortable working with her. I wouldn’t work with anybody else.
We’ve been in our home for about two days and everything has been good so far. I work for a builder as well so I compared LGI to them and there is no doorbell which is interesting. There is no bathroom fixture too like the towel bars. We thought that those were kind of weird but otherwise, everything has been pretty solid. Living in our new area helps and I’m closer to work. But we don't have amenities in the right now. They're building a pool though and it looks pretty cool.
We were driving around and looking at subdivisions. There were two home builders in one of the subdivisions and LGI Homes was the first one we came to. The home consultant was very good and we liked him. He showed us what he had available and we picked what we wanted. He really was a big help to us in the process of buying a home, like the financing, and he was knowledgeable about all of that. We appreciated our salesman and the staff. Also, the whole process was very smooth and as far as I can tell, the build is very good. But the appliances are very low scale and inadequate. I would have liked to see them offer better quality appliances. But I think we're gonna like the community. It looks very nice and we like the size of the lot which was the big reason we chose there.
I'd recommend LGI Homes. I bought a pre-built new home from them and they were very quick. I went and looked at the home, put an offer in it, and before 30 days were up, we were closed. And by 30 days, we were moving in. Josh, the sales rep, was a great young man. He took care of all of our questions. He was very courteous, cordial and just very good all around. Stella also handled all the paperwork for applying for the loans and all else there. It's been a very pleasant experience overall.
It's a very new community. There's a little over a hundred houses sold at this point. So far, the amenities that they offer are good. But I'd like to see a clubhouse. The quality of the home is good too and everything seems to be functioning well. However, we've got a couple of minor things that need to be fixed that they've got to get the builder back out for. We've got some couple of window trim, the rubber part that seals that window and the glass, sticking out. They're supposed to have somebody over here to fix that and I'm sure they will.