Can You Trust Your Builder?
The following is a small sampling of the countless news articles that have appeared in the last few years:
"Luxury By Design, Quality By Chance: Home builder leaves a trail of bitter buyers."
Boston Globe, April 29, 2001
"Builder sued after mold evicts homeowner."
Cincinnati Enquirer, June 3, 2002
"Dream Home Becomes Nightmare: New home has $70,000 in problems... Now the owners are taking the builder to court."
St. Petersburg Times, October 22, 2000
Many Pitfalls Await the Unprepared Consumer
The following are only a few of the nightmares that can become a reality while building your new home.
Your homebuilder going out of business while your house is under construction.
The horror of finding toxic mold in your new home.
Your kitchen floor buckling because your builder ignored a natural spring and built your house on top of it.
Finding out that your 10-year warranty is worthless.
Having an official inspector ignore blatant code violations in your new home because your builder was giving him your materials to finish an addition on his home.
So who's looking out for you when you build a new home? Real estate agents? Home inspectors? The local government? Truth is, none of the above. Fact is, there's an amazingly small amount of regulation and oversight in the homebuilding industry. YOU have to protect your family and investments.
How to be on an Equal Footing with Your Builder
Here are a just a few of the many how-to's you must know to effectivly deal with your builder and his organization.
Avoid the "model home trap" used by every big builder.
Prevent your builder's assembly line construction techniques from depriving you of the quality and craftsmanship you deserve.
Discover if your builder is telling the truth about claims of superior quality and customer satisfaction.
Prevent the damaging mold growth common in many new homes.
Counter the tactics used by sales people to "up-sell" and persuade you to unnecessarily spend thousands of extra dollars
Foil your builder's attorneys who are working overtime to make sure they have the upper hand..
Protect yourself from the exclusions and exceptions in most new home warranties. These are exclusions that will cost you thousands of dollars when a problem arises with your new home.
Avoid the home inspector scam - the biggest scam you will encounter when buying a home.
This Book is a Must
Now you can relax. Help is here! Home Building Pitfalls by Lawrence Thomas is the ultimate new home guide that covers all these topics and much more. If you're building or buying a home, now or in the future, this book is a must.
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