THEY DID NOT HONOR MY NEW HOUSE WARRANTY.
They delayed. They did nothing. Why should not honoring a new house warranty be elgible for arbitration? "Ignore the warranty and expect redemption in arbitration?" "We have deep pockets and a cadre of lawyers to protect our interests?"
Ask them why they did not honor my new house warranty and ask them if, and how, they will honor your new house warranty?
Learn from the experience of others.
Essentially, their good will and good faith are all that stands between responsibility and accountability for the product produced, and leaving the new house buyer on the hook for house problem remediation. Leaving the buyer on the hook is not much more than a subtle form of theft. The new house buyer got less than what he bargained for. A victim of deceptive behavior?
Oh, one more item. Also, ask them why they do not care that they did not honor my new house warranty. If they cared, or thought that it mattered, they would have honored my new house warranty rather than avoid, or not play much more than lip service, to their responsibility.
IN MY OPINION, WHICH IS BASED ON MY EXPERIENCE, THERE IS NOT A LEGAL PRODUCT AVAILABLE IN THE MARKETPLACE TODAY WHICH CARRIES THE DEGREE OF POTENTIAL FINANCIAL AND EMOTIONAL RISK FOR THE PURCHASER AS DOES THAT OF A NEW HOUSE. And this assessment does not consider issues in the mortgage industry.
There are two sides to the story and I am not getting all the details from you. Please be explicit about what happened and explicit about why the home warranty company and builder are not cooperating, or maybe rather than ranting your grievances in public you should hire a lawyer. Since this forum is a financial board you are just looking like a short trying to influence the stock price, so it is hard to give you any credibility.
Well Beazer bought Sanford Homes in 2001 and Wilson bought his house from Sanford prior to the acquisition. So it looks like the answer is 10 years and counting. I wonder if there is some kind of Guiness World Record he's trying to break
I must be crazy for writing but I have to give you credit for being incredibly persistent.
Beazer bought Sanford homes the end of 2001. You said you bought your home from Sanford but Beazer didn't properly honor the warranty. So it's logical to assume you bought your home some time in the mid/end of 2001. This means it's running on 9 years that you've been complaining about your warranty.
Why don't we all agree to a 10 year limit on complaining about the warranty. Isn't that enough punishment for BZH and those of us who are on the message board? That'll still give you one more year of writing - seems fair to me.