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DelWebb Corporate Office Headquarters HQ

How to Contact DelWebb Corporate Office Headquarters HQ

PulteGroup, Inc.

Official Address:
100 Bloomfield Hills Parkway Suite 300,
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48304

Corporate Phone Number: 1-248-647-2750

Fax Number: 1-248-433-4599

Customer Support: 1-248-647-2750

 
  • what the website tells is not true, what the salesmen said. it’s not building your home. the way you want it or need it or follow ADA rules. there is no design team and no place to go. pick out what you want the salesman does it. there is just a limited of choices and once they’re gone you got to choose what is left. I was told if I do not like something I can choose to change and hire someone to my liking. after 60 days. the hoa ap[proves the color, no it’s the buyer of the rules from the Indiana housing board. the person buys a 400 thousand dollar home they have a right to make it their home. in and out. once you pay the first earnest money the house gets started. They have not they leave other spec homes that have not been bought and started the ones that have been bought. each house must come with appliances that the homeowner has a choice if not the home builder gives a gift to lowes or home depot to buy the appliances. if it’s a smart home Alexa is built-in and panel on the wall. banks do not like customers to write checks and wire the money safer and quicker and a 58-page contract is too much. the hoa should not be started until the last house is sold. then the people make it up. someone works Monday thru Sunday from 10 am to 5 pm. each site must have a manager on site. the home buyer whether VA spec homes get to have the home painted on the inside for two colors the attic must be done with the stairs and garage painted. this part of the 400 thousand price and each home has extra as it says on the website for free and those lower the price. the home must have smoke decorators and radon in the home built in before closing at no additional charge. the Indiana housing says new homes being built start at 299 hundred thousand for two bedroom bed two baths. or 35o thousand for two or three bedrooms two baths with a porch front, and sunroom. included. then the basic and a list of upgrades. that cost extra. it best to get a real estate or financial advisor to help.

     
  • i went to look at one in plainfield indiana this is the only one being built in hendricks county or west in idiana thetr to many being built north indiana , east and south there about 6 .we like to another built in hendricks county so many senior live in hendricks cloverdale clayton brown sburgh danville monoriva and none are there . they told me check back time to time to see if any for sale

     
  • Building a house in Del Webb in North Myrtle Beach has been the worst experience pricing is all over the place signed early house starts 90 days after the contract but 20 specs started right away. Noe specs up in 6 months dropping the price by $70,000-$80,000 and ours sitting waiting on workers and material. No loyalty to customers who they have money from.

     
  • Having the most unfortunate experience of buying a home from a Travis Kenney in the Georgetown community last month. We purchased a previous model home "as is" and we aren't taking issue with the numerous costly things we've found ($2300 totally broken sprinkler system), after moving in last month.
    He did LEGALLY AGREE to replace the dilapidated roof and service the AC per our insistence. His spin? "We agreed to do the right thing." No! You also hired the cheapest bidders, didn't do the entire front porch or check their pathetic work habits. Nails and bags strewn throughout our yard is unacceptable, but you get what you pay for.
    We agreed to buy it with everything else we were told was wrong. You did nothing kind.
    Upon arrival, the AC doesn't work. We hire someone and discover it is OUT of freon and requires a new capacitor. We're told it's impossible it received service in the last two months.
    I forward the $364 receipt to Mr.Kenney and he sends me a copy of proof he had it checked per the contract, but it's dated MAY. I point this out to him and his smart alec, disrespectful response was "You need to let this go."
    Seriously, dude? Do you think just because you serve senior citizens we won't come for you if you don't follow rules and laws? You think we're stupid or losing our minds? Does bullying your grandmother work? Because it doesn't on me.
    But wait! It gets soooo much better! At closing, where HE seemed aware our useless realtor was going to be absent and send no other representative when we didn't, he strolls in and hands us ONE HOUSE KEY, TWO OUT OF THREE WORKING GARAGE DOOR OPENERS AND HAD NO IDEA WHAT THE OUTSIDE DOOR PAD CODE IS! "As is" ya know. Yes, one does anticipate rekeying a new home. However THIS was a model home, sold furnished, with keys and openers in goodness knows how many hands. It was under contract for weeks. Not only did they not care less about their own investment and our potential future property, he didn't even give us the dignity of knowing we needed to hire someone to immediately change these items out for our safety.
    Just yesterday l was able to have someone out to recode the garage openers. He walks up to the keypad outside, taps the button and the door rolls up immediately. I won't write what either of us said at that moment, but he was shocked that it didn't even matter about all the renters could enter. Anyone at any time could stroll on up and come right on in and Mr.Kenney was totally cool with that because… "as is." No, we were not given an indoor garage door key, so it remained unlocked. At that point, the pad was ripped off the wall and l was told not to even put it in the garbage, as a battery could activate it again.
    This information was sent to Mr. Kenney and told to all neighbors who bought model homes. The sheer reckless behavior is simply reprehensible. There is absolutely no excuse to place anyone in such a dangerous and precarious position to save a few dollars.

     
  • I have been on wait list for over a month at del webb Lakewood ranch. Lots have opened for purchase. Because my realtor was not at work on the day they opened I was bypassed again. price has gone up 20k in the meantime. My realtor has been too busy to return my calls for updates. I feel this is very unfair to me. He said he would try to get a reservation for me but hasnt. this is unjust and should be remedied
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  • Are there any future plans to build a Del Webb community in the Northwest part of S Carolina. Greenville County in particular, or surrounding county.. This is a Booming area !!!!

     
  • I think you should consider building a 55+community in Sierra Vista, AZ. There is a beautiful Del Webb community I Sahuarita, AZ, reasonable priced home and a very well maintained community. Sierra Vista has 2 55+communities, but they are loosing their residences because they do not know how to really form a community for seniors. BW

     
  • Have you considered building a 55+community in Sierra Vista, AZ? There are 2 communities here, but if the costs were kept down on the homes, and if you had what most of the Del Webb communities have to offer it would sell out.

     
  • I think you should consider building a 55+ community around Tinley Park, Orland Park or Mokena Illinois. A lot of empty nesters looking to downsize but no where to go

     
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