Portrait Homes-Townes at Noble west
|Posted by||Helen Norris |
|Organization / Product Details|
|Portrait Homes-Townes at Noble west|
|Organization e-Mail|| |
|Product/Service Description||poor construction of new townehome / deception|
|Warranty Status||Do not know.|
|Reason for Complaint||Quality |
|Complaint Rating||10(in a scale of 1 to 10)|
|Name of the Company Employee||mostly, Tina Pasquinelli |
My townehome was built with extremely POOR and SLOPPY construction practices.
Problems are merely patched with a temporary fix or bandaged to appear corrected. Same issues resurface, until 1 year passes, and then NO assistance. Same pre-existing issues become responsibility of the homeowner. I have had major mistakes in original contruction decisions regarding options selected. I was even paid off in cash once by a salesman who has since been fired for fabricating sales contracts...but never prosecuted for jeopardy of negative publicity against Portrait. I was blatently lied to.
I have recently sent detailed letters to Builders Assoc., BBB, Chamber of Commerce, Indy Star, Legal Aid. I really need guidance and help. I wish Portrait would buy my home back from me. On a single salary, the price of $158,000 was a huge decision that Ive come to regret!!
Please e-mail your FAX number to me so that I can send a copy of the letter Ive just sent to parties listed above.
Im also taking photos and getting estimates from an independent contractor.
What exactly is the role of your organization?
|Solution of your complaint||(Major work in my home!!) My first and simplest choice would be for Portrait to purchase my home back from me, supplemented with a reasonable financial settlement, allowing my life to move on. I am under the care of a physician for extreme stress and anxiety and how it affects me physically and emotionally. |
|Action||I need to be better informed on my options. I doubt I could find an attorney to work on contingency, and I cant afford the legal rates. I have too many financial obligations, my home being the largest, and a recent surgical procedure for severe depression. |