11809 Emerald Green Dr, Clarksburg, MD 20871, USA
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NV Homes is a pretty bad builder. We purchased a supposedly luxury home from NV Homes for such a high price, but the house was build so poorly.

They outsource all their work and they must be outsourcing it to cheap contractors. Most of their workers were inexperienced. Lots of places the drywalls were bulging out because the framings were not straight. Roofing was not installed correctly.

Project Manager was inexperienced and totally missed a structural layout we asked for. There are no supervisors after a job is done to verify if things were done correctly. Project Manager had no clue.

He would say one thing to us and he would another thing to our neighbor who had the same project manager. Overall, a very bad experience with NV Homes.

Product or Service Mentioned: Nv Homes House Construction.

Reason of review: Bad quality.

I didn't like: Anything with nv homes very bad experience.

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NV and Ryan homes are the same company. NV models just add the upgrades that come standard that are lacking in the Ryan models.

However the same principle of cheap materials and shoddy workmanship are equal in both. Let's explore how this company is successful to the stockholders and not the buyers.Ryan buys and supplies all of the materials all at bulk rate and purchases the cheapest HVAC equipment for these constructions. They currently build in 14 States. They then contract the cheapest laborers in the area such as roofers, siders, HVAC companies for labor purposes only while supplying them the materials that they had purchased.

Since these contractors are not even getting a profit from the materials. They approach the job with a negative attitude. The HVAC company hired to install my system said that they would not even use the brand Comfortmaker which Ryan supplied for them to install. The on site Ryan Project Manager doesn't manage any of the construction by the various contractors hired.

His title should be changed to project coordinator. He simply makes sure that the contractors show up in the order that they are supposed to and that the home will be ready for the closing date. Many of these on site coordinators haven't much of a clue in housing construction other than what they pick up at the site they are on.All of these cost cutting moves have proven very successful for the company whose stock is currently trading at over 3000 dollars. Just six years ago it was at 700.

Since the dollar and profits are more important than quality you will not see any improvement in the homes built. These reviews are the only unfortunate thing that hurts Ryan but spares a few consumers the big mistake of purchasing one of these horrible homes.

Unfortunately there are more people that don't do their homework by reading these reviews. So Ryan or NV will continue this practice of generating big profit's at the expense of people living in one of these terribly built homes.

to Anonymous #1473198

I am a NV new homeowner. I completely agree with you and the previous reviewer.

We did not do our homework on this builder unfortunately. We bought a lot in Bay Forest in Ocean View Delaware. This is a .22 of an acre for an exorbitant amount of money of which I am embarrassed to disclose.The young peppy sales girls didn’t have a clue. They did not provide inspection of the various models and options.

It was difficult to visualize options from floor plans. There must be a computer program they could invest in so that the buyer can actually see what they are buying. I imagine these are summer homes for many and these decisions are not as crital as permanent home buyers. All decisions are made in a hurry which is the one thing NV is good for, however alterations are not allowed.

For instance, we were never informed that there are models available with roof decks. Imagine our disappointment after spending top dollar for a site with premium views only to see neighbor houses being built with upper decks!We were aware that we would be living in a construction zone at the start. You expect to see construction trash but here we are sourrounded with the disguarded trash from workers from unfinished lunches, bottles, cans etc...we and some other neighbors are constantly picking up non construction trash because the builder does not put a high premium on preserving the environment for those who have already purchased.As far as the quality of work..may I just say that the rush to completion of these houses leave new owners with paint not even dry at move in. We have numerous imperfections: woodwork separating from walls, dry wall bulges, cracked concrete ill fitting floors.

We are told all new houses are like that! We have blue tape everywhere and told they will fix these issues. We are here since November and blue tape is everywhere, a real embarrassment for us and should be for this builder.My advise to prospective buyers is buyer beware. Make them show and discuss all options and models.

Don’t let them rush you into decisions that can not be modified.

Keep after these people to fix their shoddy work . Never again would we buy a NV home

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