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Complaint Review: Fuller Homes in Burleson Texas

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  • Submitted: Sat, October 19, 2002
  • Updated: Thu, November 14, 2002

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Fuller Homes in Burleson Texas
Corporate Office on Grapevine Hwy. Grapevine, Texas U.S.A.

Fuller Homes in Burleson Texas selling homes that have been previously lived in by people as NEW! ripoff deception Grapevine Texas

*Consumer Suggestion: Read on Fuller's web site...

*Consumer Comment: Probably the same thing in Briarwood in Oklahoma

*Consumer Comment: Probably the same thing in Briarwood in Oklahoma

*Consumer Comment: Probably the same thing in Briarwood in Oklahoma

*Consumer Comment: Probably the same thing in Briarwood in Oklahoma

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Fuller Homes in Burleson, Texas is trying to sell previously lived in homes as new just West of it's Castle Hills subdivision!

These homes are in the defunct Creekside Community just off Summercrest Drive in Burleson. These homes are 3YEARS OLD and Fuller is deceptively trying to sell them as new!

These homes are in deplorable shape as anyone driving by can tell from the outside and have had serious foundation problems. Fuller has just "patched" up these houses in an attempt to get rid of them and screw someone.

These homes were at one time the property of a leasing company that Fuller Homes sold these homes too. These homes were lived in by RENTERS for about a year and were literally torn to pieces. Fuller was forced to buy them back and is now stuck with them and trying to sell them.

These homes are really 3 years old. You can check with the city of Burleson Code Enforcement Division and ask when the construction permits were issued. Or better yet call Dee Shelton their crooked salesperson at 817.426.4126 and ask her about them. Believe me she will lie about them and try to sell them as new.

We were skeptical about her lies and checked into them. They are a sham to say the least. Do yourself a favor and don't buy any of the three.

Fuller Homes is a ripoff and is ILLEGALLY trying to sell these homes as new.

William
Ft. Worth, Texas

This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 10/19/2002 03:53 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Fuller-Homes-in-Burleson-Texas/Grapevine-Texas/Fuller-Homes-in-Burleson-Texas-selling-homes-that-have-been-previously-lived-in-by-people-32958. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.

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#1 Consumer Suggestion

Read on Fuller's web site...

AUTHOR: home owner - ()

"Hey! Don't take our word for it--our home owners say it best!" This is what it says on Fuller's customer testimonial page which has been "coming soon" for about, oh...two years now??? I think they should just provide a link to the ripoffreport.com and that'd sure tell what their customers think. The rest of the site is full of similar drivel and promises the company can't or won't keep. The courts must be getting tired of seeing people from Fuller Homes so often these days.
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#2 Consumer Comment

Probably the same thing in Briarwood in Oklahoma

AUTHOR: Home Owner - ()

In the Briarwood addition in the OKC area, there is a house that was built over years ago that is still for sale, last I noticed.

It looked totally abandoned, weeds grown up around it. I have to wonder if it was a situation like you describe.

I know what you mean about Fuller patching things up to hide defects and reselling. Foundation problems in his brand new homes are common, from not building the right type of foundation, or not building it correctly.
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#3 Consumer Comment

Probably the same thing in Briarwood in Oklahoma

AUTHOR: Home Owner - ()

In the Briarwood addition in the OKC area, there is a house that was built over years ago that is still for sale, last I noticed.

It looked totally abandoned, weeds grown up around it. I have to wonder if it was a situation like you describe.

I know what you mean about Fuller patching things up to hide defects and reselling. Foundation problems in his brand new homes are common, from not building the right type of foundation, or not building it correctly.
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#4 Consumer Comment

Probably the same thing in Briarwood in Oklahoma

AUTHOR: Home Owner - ()

In the Briarwood addition in the OKC area, there is a house that was built over years ago that is still for sale, last I noticed.

It looked totally abandoned, weeds grown up around it. I have to wonder if it was a situation like you describe.

I know what you mean about Fuller patching things up to hide defects and reselling. Foundation problems in his brand new homes are common, from not building the right type of foundation, or not building it correctly.
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#5 Consumer Comment

Probably the same thing in Briarwood in Oklahoma

AUTHOR: Home Owner - ()

In the Briarwood addition in the OKC area, there is a house that was built over years ago that is still for sale, last I noticed.

It looked totally abandoned, weeds grown up around it. I have to wonder if it was a situation like you describe.

I know what you mean about Fuller patching things up to hide defects and reselling. Foundation problems in his brand new homes are common, from not building the right type of foundation, or not building it correctly.
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