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Discussion in 'Real Estate' started by cybychoice, Jan 29, 2020.
If I could do it again I'd build with Tyler homes.
That said I also would never build another house.
Dreamscape has been around for almost 9 years now. They won the homeshow in our hood when they first started out. They do build some fancy homes now (Echo Valley) but might be worth a call to them just to see. Disclaimer - we used one of the owners as our Realtor years ago.
It seems like you hear that a lot from people that have gone through it.
You gotta be shiplapping me!!!!!!!
Did some sub burn you on new siding on your doublewide?
Grubb’s are a great family. Good friends with Ricky. My wife and I are in the beginning stages of moving back to the metro area, and am very much looking forward to to using Grubb as our general.
That's who built our new place.
Had nothing but trouble from Cornerstone Homes. I would never use them again.
Stay away from Tyler and k&k homes from personal experience. Consider Dreamscape homes and Affinity Homes. Seen and heard great things about the last two.
Exact same things on my 2012 Jerry's..
of these home builders mentioned does anyone know how far out of the metro area they will build?
I've heard horror stories from people who bought Jerry's homes, but that was 10+ years ago so they may have improved since then.
As far as Ankeny goes, Kimberley seems to win a lot of awards, but I don't know if I've heard good things from anyone who's lived in one of their houses. We had a short interaction with them as well and that wasn't exactly a positive experience either.
To mirror the comments about people not wanting to build again, I think regardless of your builder you need to stay on top of the process: there's a lot of moving parts and it seems like most builders are not super organized; some of the details will fall through the cracks. As long as your builder isn't someone who's difficult to get a hold of (and they have positive reviews somewhere), you should be fine.
I would stay as far away as you can from Hubbell Homes. They are just a large production builder that only cares about getting money, not the customer.
I would recommend Happe Homes, they are Ankeny based and did a great job with our custom build.
Regency...now there's a company that's on solid footing.
Glad I'm not alone.
I should clarify we aren't building a house, we are looking at buying an existing new construction.