thefish..., writes:<<I don't know what Sun City Grand you are referring to, but recently on a hot 93 degree day the pool was empty. Get a life and stop complaining. You know it is the premier property so stop whining or sell your stock and go home.>>
<<Now that was good. What are you trying to say? Please help me understand. Are you saying there isn't enough room to swim?>>
Are you saying there was no water in the pool?
The gentlemen had what appeared to be a legitimate, less than favorable opinion regarding your beloved SCG. Whining? Sell stock? What makes you think this gentlemen owns any stock? It seems like he made a mistake investing in the realestate?
Unlike Sun City and Sun City West, the amenities in Sun City Grand are woefully inadequate for the number of residents. Four pool tables for 20,000 residents? Seven bar stools? The severe overcrowding in Sun City Grand breeds causes friction between residents. If you stay in your home and don't try to use the amenities, Sun City Grand is a great place to live. Plan on putting in your own pool. Sun City Grand is visually pleasing but do the math. If you like crowded cities you'll love living in Sun City Grand.
Pulte has only owned Del Webb for a couple of years; Del Webb already had high customer satisfaction marks, but they may be even higher now. Pulte and Del Webb currently get some of the highest customer satisfaction rankings in the business. Which is not to say one can't get a "lemon" from any builder, so if that poster was unhappy at Del Webb, I'm glad for him that he's out. His case does not seem to be typical of recent Pulte and Del Webb customers. One can always find "anecdotal evidence" to be concerned about. The "big picture" certainly looks good to me, however.