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Ref 1329529...... Ryan Homes has done very little to nothing to resolve me and our neighbors issues.. The Project Manager Kevin Shea and others in management wants to put more seed and remove more rocks from our rear yard....They are claiming that an act of Mother...
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#1567869

Everytime that one would relish being in their home, secure against a thunder storm, or wintery night. I used to wonder how much it would cost me in my Ryan home.

This being the number of times times that I lost shingles, siding came loose or leaks in the basement. Rather than sit cozy in my Ryan home I wondered what else would come loose given the track record that my house had. I even worried about the HVAC system not breaking down as it had previously during very cold spells.

A home should be a shelter and something that you don't have to worry about because it was built strong. That was not the case with my Ryan home.

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#1354518 Review #1354518 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Was brought to voicemail. Left voice mail
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#1547788

Despite all of Ryans/ NV claims that the house sections are factory made to the highest standards may be true. But hiring the cheapest contractors in and area which uses illegals to put this home together is where the problems start.

Ryan buys the roof shingles that are used on their homes to be built. My problem had nothing to do with their quality but with the roofer that they used. Every windy day during the four years that I owned that home shingles blew off of the roof. That goes also for the siding that was installed on my house.

The siding blew off on a number of occasions. I had problems regarding other installations that failed due to the contractors that they hired. Whether the materials were cheap or not, probably were, most of my problems occurred with the substandard workers and workmanship. I did have 2 appliances that required replacement due to the repair costing more that the units within my 4 years there.

I spent more money, out of pocket expenses, to repair things that shouldn't happen in a new home. It was like a brand new handyman special. Every windy day or storm after my one year warranty was up usually resulted in me either calling a roofer or siding worker, sometimes both. I also had several HVAC breakdowns and one costing me 750 dollars.

I had the garage door motor fail and leaks in the basement, garage, dining room wall, not to mention doors that were hung crooked . One bathroom door was so bad that you could see inside the room with the door closed.

That's how wide the gap was between the door and the frame. I was glad to get away from that money pit.

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#1338512 Review #1338512 is a subjective opinion of poster.
2.8
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Ryan Homes built us a home and then says “we have a drainage problem “Rocks and mud -clutter our rear yard. The mud and the rocks get worse every rainfall.. Ryan Homes says it’s our problem..We have been in our new home 3 months.Woodlands of Morrow Ohio
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Anonymous
#1586257

We live in The Woodlands of Morrow as well. The drainage is a serious problem and was done incorrectly from the beginning.

This should not be happening with a tenured building company.

Now, we received notice that they want to come back and regut our cabinet because of a poor design that causes the refrigerant to do double the work (frost in fridge) because they placed the stove next to the fridge with no barrier in between. Again, these carelss practices should not be happening.

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#1329529 Review #1329529 is a subjective opinion of poster.
This house is the worst I have ever been in, the down stairs windows been replaced twice still broke, the wall in going upstairs has to be taken down and reworked the whole wall is bowed, this is just the start. Don’t have Ryan build a house for you, you will be sorry
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Anonymous
#1539627

They say that a little settling of a house is normal, however in a Ryan home it will continue to settle, the whole entire time that you own it until you go into settlement to sell the place. One year in a dogs life is equivalent to seven years of a human.

One year living in a Ryan home is equivalent to ten years in a well built home. In other words if you live in a Ryan home for three years it will look as if you had lived there for thirty. Your appliances and HVAC equipment will also work as if they are thirty years old as well. During a storm or hurricane the safest place to stay in a Ryan home is in someone else's that isn't one!

Worst piece of garbage that I have ever owned.

I can laugh now but that place was like a brand new handyman special. So many out of pocket expenses for leaks, appliances, siding and HVAC issues on a four year old home that continued until I sold it.

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#1325257 Review #1325257 is a subjective opinion of poster.
1.3
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Dead I also have tons of nail pops and drywall seams can be seen in walls and ceilings all over the house. A wall that cracked during my first 30 days was repaired and now not even 6mo later is cracking again and Ryan homes claims “its normal settling”. They have...
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Anonymous
#1639491

Our home in Fairwood in Bowie is having the same issues, and we cannot get resolution like our neighbors. Very frustrating I wished I had never bought here, these homes are half a million dollars I will never be happy. Run do not walk to somewhere else.

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#1318125 Review #1318125 is a subjective opinion of poster.
I also have tons of nail pops and drywall seams can be seen in walls and ceilings all over the house. A wall that cracked during my first 30 days was repaired and now not even 6mo later is cracking again and Ryan homes claims “its normal settling”. They have every...
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#1318124 Review #1318124 is a subjective opinion of poster.
We purchased a new home in Garrison Manor, Mechanicsville, VA. Moved in September 15, 2017. When we first looked at the lot it was a completely flat lot. Due to medical issues we requested this lot because of the flatness. Our backyard has a 4 feet drop in it now from...
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Anonymous
#1527760

I had also went through a bad experience with Ryan and sold my home. I did learn quite a bit from that experience and new developments.

While I wanted a new home for the warranty and newness, I never stopped to consider a resale. Resales have an advantage in that what you see in the development and home is already there. No more promised tennis courts that never end up being installed. The landscaping is already there and no surprises regarding the grading.

If I still had my heart set on a brand new community I would do two important things. First find out who the developer is that is allowing a certain builder to put up houses on that property. Is he reputable. Check out other projects and developments that he had completed and talk to members of that community.

Did he, the developer put in every amenity that he said he would? Secondly, I would check out developments that the builder had already completed in the area and ask the residents what they think about their home and the builder that built it. When you question the residents in a new development that you are considering your bound to get the wrong feedback because these people want you to buy there so the builder doesn't leave and want to protect their investment. You also have the misery likes company types or the fact that problems or defects haven't occurred yet because the home is brand new and they haven't been there long enough for the paint to dry.

Go to one of the builders communities that are a couple of years old and talk to those people. They have nothing to win or lose and will be more truthfully about the builder and their experiences with the home. I made the mistake of wanting brand new in a world where company profit is more important than quality. In a resale there are no surprises.

What you see and the stores and surrounding areas are there. No lies about a greenery area that's promised to stay that way but subsequently doesn't.

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#1314607 Review #1314607 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Cons
  • Efforts taken to fix a defect
Reason of review
Bad quality
Preferred solution
Let the company propose a solution
1.0
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Contacted them and it’s been excuses after excuses if I could turn back the hands of time I wish I could have convinced my husband not to purchase from this builder . If you are thinking about buying from this builder “ RUN “ and don’t look back . The material they use...
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Anonymous
#1551643

Agreed 100000000000000000000000%

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#1312039 Review #1312039 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Cons
  • Rude and disrespectful service by manageent
  • Never accept responsibility for poor quality poor decisions
Reason of review
Damaged or defective

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My kitchen island is in my living room and Ryan homes refuse to move the island... I called 10 on your side so I’m waiting for a response.
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#1305777 Review #1305777 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Service
Ryan Homes Customer Care
Reason of review
Poor customer service
2.2
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All you unhappy home owners of Ryan Homes lets start a class action lawsuit. My husband and I have had a lot of problems with our Ryan Home, some serious! We are nervious about what is to come. Our house is only 15 months old.
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Anonymous
#1711267

Agreed! How do we make this happen?

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#1296104 Review #1296104 is a subjective opinion of poster.