Our walk-thru with our PM was good too. Matt was informative and talked us through the warranty. I have to say that I'm very pleased with the workmanship of our home. BUT we had one issue at the end of our pre-settlement walk-thru. We were told that although all our inspections were completed, there was one piece of paper between the builder, the township, and the developer that was outstanding and this may push our closing back to a week. WHAT??? I was not a happy camper and really did not understand how this oversight could have happen? However, I can say that my PM worked hard on pushing to keep our original date. Even though our PM was on vacation, he kept me informed through out the day. So, at 5:30 on Friday evening it was confirmed that we will be able to close on Monday. Yes, can you hear me exhaling?
Now onto NVR…I know that I've complained about their communication, timing, and organization. But after speaking with my SR and with one of the associates at NVR, I realized that many of their issues have to do with the mortgage crisis. The rules are constantly changing on them and that means we--the customer have to bear the brunt of trying to meet the new rules.
Below, please find pictures of OUR HOME. Happy building!
|Steps leading to the back of the house|
|Showing our upgraded staircase from the second floor.|
|Showing our two story foyer/balcony.|
|Small loft space upstairs.|
|Showing off our carpet color.|
|Showing off our stairs|
|Sun got in the way, but here is our home with our red door!|
|105 is ready to be lived in!|