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Old 12-10-2008, 07:29 AM
 
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Default Has anyone had experience with Koch Homes?

I'm curious about the overall quality of their homes, as well as their customer service and willingness to negotiate. Any advice welcome! Thanks!
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Old 12-11-2008, 11:25 AM
 
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I'm curious about the overall quality of their homes, as well as their customer service and willingness to negotiate. Any advice welcome! Thanks!
Builders come and go and lots are in for a quick buck.. always check with BBB of Baltimore and the Maryland Home Builders association.. see if their are any complaints and how long in business. Seek referrals.. go knock on their doors and ask.. proceed with cautious and use a good full time experienced "Realtor".. Not all salespeople are "realtors".. Good Luck
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Old 12-02-2012, 12:24 PM
 
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Here is our experience with Koch Homes. In short- we purchased a home to be built in a Koch subdivision in the summer of 2009. We closed on our home in spring 2010. Throughout the process from first viewing of the lot with Koch salespersons to the lot walk to the final walkthrough our lot dimensions were determined by painted markings on the curb and stakes at the rear of the property. Sod and a tree were installed before closing according to these markings. One year later Koch informed us that our boundary on the side next to an access road and two unbuilt lots was not as we were led to believe. We have been told that Koch cannot be held responsible for their employees' mistakes. We have retained legal help. Koch has thus far behaved with great hubris, even though it was their mistake- telling us that we should have paid for a surveyor before purchasing from them. We hope for a solution whereby we can remain happy in our home.......?????
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