You are not the only one that has had a lien placed on their home because of Richard Fuller Homes not paying their subcontrators.
We went to finance our home, in the parkway at park glenn subdivison, and found out their was a lien placed on our home from a CO-Serv Security Company. After talking to this company, I found our their are several homes involved that they have placed a lien. What happens is, when they are not paid they file a lien on that property address and the lien goes to whomever owns it at the time. Even if the work was done before the home buyer closed on the house. The title company would not know because the company had not filed when it was still Richard Fullers property. We ended just paying the $500 owed to Co-serv and they released the lien from our property. It has been a year since the lien was put on our house and I have checked with Co-serv and Richard Fuller has still not paid them so several home owners do not know a lien still exsists on their residence. Even though we are out $500.more dollars, it was worth it not having to deal with these insufficient Richard Fuller Home employees. We have been in our house almost a year and still have several issues not addressed and I do not think they ever will.
I cannot understand how a builder gets by with
misrepresentation, poor quality work, horrible warranty, and a president that is located in Grapevine, TX that lies to home owners and most of the time won't even return phone calls.
Contact your title company and let them know this has happened. Ours that we used, will not do any more closings for Richard Fuller Homes.