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Lennar Excuses and Fears Buying Back Defective Homes
Sunday, 13 May 2007

Lennar Division President Reacts to Defective Home Claims
Hull says Lennar knew about the problems before homeowners complained. Lennar offered him about $10,000 dollars for the missing square footage. Hull wants Lennar to buy his home back. Bottoms said in response, “I mean, we are not in the business of buying homes back.  We want to be able to take care of our customers and be able to provide a high level of customer service.” Pro-sight Inspections says it found similar structural concerns in at least three other Lennar homes. Lennar says those homeowners are a small minority compared to thousands of satisfied customers across the country.

Lennar Defective Homes Interview with Mike Morgan - Defective Homes. net
Sunday, 13 May 2007

Broker Posts Lennar Complaints on Website
If Mike Morgan is the voice for defective homeowners, then his website is his megaphone.  Morgan says he gets 10 to 15 thousand hits a month on www.defective-homes.net.  “Those hits come from consumers that are having problems.  They also come from a lot of people that are looking to buy homes that are researching Lennar.”

Lennar Defective Homes Continued News Coverage
Saturday, 12 May 2007

South Carolina - Lennar Homes in the News
North Charleston City Officials say there's nothing they can do to please unhappy Lennar homeowners. But the number of complaints continues to grow, with many residents alleging the City could have prevented their problems...Lennar homeowners allege their Wescott Plantation homes passed inspections without ever being inspected by North Charleston Officials.

Lennar Homeowners Speak Out
Saturday, 12 May 2007

Lennar Homes Investigation Continues
Lennar homeowners allege their Wescott Plantation homes passed inspections without ever being inspected by North Charleston Officials. The complaints have been ongoing for years. And the pressure is increasing on one of the country's largest home builders..Lennar. "In the last week since the reports have started here in Charleston..our internet emails are coming in are about 75% from South Carolina," said Mike Morgan. And the complaints are the same... faulty trusses... structure violations... and in some cases...feeling flat out lied to by Lennar.

Lennar Home troubles with condo owners
Sunday, 06 May 2007

Condo owners upset by work done by builder
Cullen and other owners of condominiums at the 240-unit residential complex at 200 Brannan Street have been threatening lawsuits and battling the builder over defects, including uneven floors, improper ventilation, crooked balconies and shoddy cabinetry. Water seeps into the building's garage. Garage door malfunctions have led to thefts of bicycles and raised security concerns. The homeowners' plight is of broader interest because the builder with which they have been at odds is Lennar Corp., the Miami firm that Mayor Gavin Newsom's administration wants to see carry out redevelopment projects at Treasure Island, Hunters Point Shipyard and Candlestick Point.

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