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08-30-2011, 08:05 PM
Join Date: Aug 2009
Is the area that you're thinking of building in open to all builders? Most developements have 3 or 4 builders controlling the whole development.
Usually the less expensive the builder the more likely you are to have a bad experience. Make decisions on all of your upgrades and extras and get it on paper before signing your agreement, once you sign that agreement, they're much less eager to please you.
Built with Jayman homes in 92 and have nothing but good things to say about that experience. Tried to make a step up 4 yrs ago with Parkwood home but it still hasn't happened to this day. They were so busy back then they didn't give a rats arse and that sort of turned os off them. Really liked their Saffron Park Royal home and wanted a couple minor modifications and they just flat out said no.
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