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Investigation: New Home Heartbreak
Trump - NAHB Homebuilders Shoddy Construction and Forced Arbitration
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How to tear up a new house by Ryan Homes
Wednesday, 21 June 2006

Ryan Homes Customer Service 
The workers put a hydraulic jackhammer on the front of their skid steer loader.  In the process of jackhammering the floor out, they jack hammered through our basement wall, which is poured concrete.  They also cracked our outside garage wall in two places. The basement wall is severely damaged.  A section approximately  7 feet X 2 feet is shoved in about 2".  The rest of the wall is cracked on a diagonal the entire length of the wall, with several other smaller cracks coming off that crack.  The reason for the damage is that the concrete workers put the jackhammer chisel between the walls and the floor.  Oh, they also ran into our garage door and door framing with the bobcat... Read more...

 
Ryan Homes Pays Fine
Tuesday, 13 June 2006

Accused Developer To Pay $276,750
Faced with a steep fine for violating Montgomery County regulations, one of the region's largest home builders found a way to keep its record clean: Pay more. Ryan Homes agreed to pay $276,750 to avoid admitting wrongdoing for building townhouses higher than the county allows in Silver Spring. The company had originally faced a $92,250 penalty and citation.

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Ryan Homeowners Sound Off
Thursday, 27 April 2006
PlanetFeedback - The Voice of One, The Power of Many
Ryan Homeowners Sound Off
 
"There is one thing that Ryan Homes/NVR Mortgage/ NVR Inc. is good at, and that’s sucking the fun and happiness out of building a new home. At a time when my family should be ecstatic about moving into a brand new house, we are nothing but stressed and depressed about what owning this new house means."
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NY Attorney Gereral Action - Ryan Homes
Saturday, 28 January 2006
Press Releases
Office of New York State Attorney General Eliot Spritzer
Ryan Homes of New York and its corporate parent, NVR Inc. of Virginia, resolved an investigation by Spitzer’s office into allegations of false and deceptive advertising, shoddy workmanship, failure to follow manufacturers’ instructions, failure to meet code requirements, and failure to comply with architects’ plans and building permits.
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Ryan Homeowner Website
Friday, 27 January 2006
RYAN HOMES Ryan Homes Defects and Damages -
This site is an example of many similar situations in new home horror stories. And it's only getting worse with laws that give you less rights as a buyer, and smarter contracts that require you to terminate your constitutional rights to free speech, and to legal action for criminal negligence.
 
Orchard Park NY - From Dreams to a Dump
Friday, 27 January 2006
Outraged Neighbors Uncover Solid Waste Nightmare
Outraged neighbors in Orchard Park say they've uncovered a solid waste nightmare. They claim they were never told their dream homes were sitting on a landfill. News 4 Investigative Reporter Luke Moretti is breaking this developing story Friday night.
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Ryan Homes Builds Homes on Dump
Saturday, 07 January 2006

Neighbors Say Homes Were Built on Hidden Garbage Dump
Some neighbors in Orchard Park are concerned about a possible coverup, saying their homes were built on a hidden garbage dump. Investigative Reporter Luke Moretti has more on a developing story that we brought you first on News 4. Mike and Cindy Honer and Kristin Matteson say they want out. Orchard Park Homeowner Kristin Matteson: "I don't want anything to do with this subdivision. I don't want to drive by the Ryan Home Model every day. I just want to move my kids and my family to a safe environment."

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Group protests against home builder over fee
Friday, 31 December 2004

Group protests against home builder over fee
Assessment leads to protest
Berea
- Residents of a Ryan Homes subdivision notched up their protest against the builder Wednesday, when more than 75 of them demonstrated at a new Ryan development in Berea. The demonstrators, many of them owners of Ryan homes in the Westfield Park subdivision in Olmsted Township, accused the builder of failing to disclose costly assessments...

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