Beware of Builder's Incentives and Fixing Credit
Monday, 04 September 2006
BEWARD OF BUILDERS WHO TEAM UP WITH
LARGE MORTAGE COMPANIES
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Legend Homes has teamed up with one of the largest mortgage operations in the country. We have access to some of the best people to help you fix your credit. And now the good news, purchase a Legend Home and this will be done with Legend Homes paying your initial fees.
You'll get honest answers and a strategy on how we can fix your problems. You might find out that this process is even easier than you thought. With a little direction you could be in a beautiful new Legend Home in no time at all. Call or stop in any of our Houston area sales offices!
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The BBB recognizes Legend Homes
Legend Homes was awarded the 2002 Gold Star Award by the Better Business Bureau for quality customer service and high standards.
Just ask Marcia Kushner what she thinks of Legend Homes
All of her adult life Marcia Kushner, as did her parents relied on the Better Business Bureau (BBB) track records for every big purchase made.
For the last year Marcia has been waiting on the BBB to take action against her builder because her home is defective and Legend Homes refuses to stand behind their product. In fact Marcia patiently waited through nine months of the free mediation process that has left her disillusioned and feeling misled by all concerned â the BBB management, to the mediator.
Incredible Strange Things Happening to New Home
Houston Community Newspapers
Homeowners increasingly face builder damages, neglect
"There was defective caulking, large gaps in the bricks, the tub wasn't working properly, cracks in the ceiling and the dining room, water intrusion in the walls...," Kushner said. "Even my garage door wasn't installed properly and every time the wind blew, it would cause the security alarm to go off. I had to have someone come out and fix that problem. It was horrible." A closer inspection would reveal nearly every family heirloom and assorted clothing and shoes stored in her closet had fallen apart, leaving Kushner clueless as to the cause...Kushner has presented her case, from the Harris County Appraisal District to Rep. Corbin Van Arsdale to members of the statehouse all the way to Gov. Rick Perry. Read more...