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  • Submitted: Mon, February 04, 2008
  • Updated: Fri, January 04, 2013

  • Reported By:Southern Maryland
Ryan Homes
Maryland , Maryland U.S.A.
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  • Category: Loans

Ryan Homes Coercing You to take Earnest Money Deposit. Maryland Maryland

*Consumer Comment: ryan homes are crooks

*Consumer Comment: Wish you had searched Ed's BBB and the net sooner

*Consumer Comment: Wish you had searched Ed's BBB and the net sooner

*Consumer Comment: Wish you had searched Ed's BBB and the net sooner

*Consumer Comment: Wish you had searched Ed's BBB and the net sooner

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Do not sign a contract with Ryan Homes. Do your homework first because they will smooth talk you into believing that everything will work out and you will go to closing and will soon have keys to your very own home. As soon as there is a slight drop in credit or your buying status change they will not return your hard earn money. I am very interested in a class action lawsuit against Ryan Homes/NVR mortgage. I believe there are many others that lost money in Ryan Homes homebuying tactics. I agree with the person who mentioned a comment about low-to moderate income. Also we also may be able to address if the qualifications or the kept deposits only are targeted in low income or minority neighborhoods. Let's work together to stop Ryan Home from keeping families monies.

Yvette
Southern, Maryland
U.S.A.

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#1 Consumer Comment

ryan homes are crooks

AUTHOR: robert49 - (United States of America)

hi i hav gone through the same thing with theses people i too am interested in a class action lawsuit if there is one please contach me at (((ROR redacted))) so we can stop this and get our money back

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#2 Consumer Comment

Wish you had searched Ed's BBB and the net sooner

AUTHOR: Ronald - (U.S.A.)

It seems Maryland is a major hot spot for Ryan Homes scams and NVR mortgage fraud. It's also oddly the same area that keeps NVR alive in this otherwise bad housing market. Of course I suspect NVR will do ANYTHING to stay in black, since their $300,000,000 year of losses and the following chapter 11 experience.

Does it make you feel any better knowing NVR's mortgage bank president only makes about $300,000 a year salary + about $5,000,000 a year in added bonuses? Me neither. It must be what they get for pulling off these extra little scams I keep hearing about.

Somehow the biz people can still sell the concept they are victims of predatory customers to government regulators, or a now obvious lack of, and they have protections against home buyers, I think just so they can do this sort of thing.

I am truly sorry you got into Ryan Homes, personally knowing that horrible feeling. What happens next? Maybe a bunch of supposedly happy customers may pop in and blame you for your problems, or say because they are happy customers it discredits your experience, like that really helps.

I think oddly, happy Ryan Homes customers appear to troll complaint sites to post counter complaint comments. The company will not speak to openly about anything.

All I can mostly do is empathize, but also offer any support we can give to help you go forward. You're right, it isn't just you that this has happened to. Don't believe them when they tell you, this never happened before. It's their SOP for handling victims of whatever they do wrong.

BTW my site comes up on most any search engine if you just type in Ryan Homes or Ryan Homes problems, if you want to contact us directly.
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#3 Consumer Comment

Wish you had searched Ed's BBB and the net sooner

AUTHOR: Ronald - (U.S.A.)

It seems Maryland is a major hot spot for Ryan Homes scams and NVR mortgage fraud. It's also oddly the same area that keeps NVR alive in this otherwise bad housing market. Of course I suspect NVR will do ANYTHING to stay in black, since their $300,000,000 year of losses and the following chapter 11 experience.

Does it make you feel any better knowing NVR's mortgage bank president only makes about $300,000 a year salary + about $5,000,000 a year in added bonuses? Me neither. It must be what they get for pulling off these extra little scams I keep hearing about.

Somehow the biz people can still sell the concept they are victims of predatory customers to government regulators, or a now obvious lack of, and they have protections against home buyers, I think just so they can do this sort of thing.

I am truly sorry you got into Ryan Homes, personally knowing that horrible feeling. What happens next? Maybe a bunch of supposedly happy customers may pop in and blame you for your problems, or say because they are happy customers it discredits your experience, like that really helps.

I think oddly, happy Ryan Homes customers appear to troll complaint sites to post counter complaint comments. The company will not speak to openly about anything.

All I can mostly do is empathize, but also offer any support we can give to help you go forward. You're right, it isn't just you that this has happened to. Don't believe them when they tell you, this never happened before. It's their SOP for handling victims of whatever they do wrong.

BTW my site comes up on most any search engine if you just type in Ryan Homes or Ryan Homes problems, if you want to contact us directly.
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#4 Consumer Comment

Wish you had searched Ed's BBB and the net sooner

AUTHOR: Ronald - (U.S.A.)

It seems Maryland is a major hot spot for Ryan Homes scams and NVR mortgage fraud. It's also oddly the same area that keeps NVR alive in this otherwise bad housing market. Of course I suspect NVR will do ANYTHING to stay in black, since their $300,000,000 year of losses and the following chapter 11 experience.

Does it make you feel any better knowing NVR's mortgage bank president only makes about $300,000 a year salary + about $5,000,000 a year in added bonuses? Me neither. It must be what they get for pulling off these extra little scams I keep hearing about.

Somehow the biz people can still sell the concept they are victims of predatory customers to government regulators, or a now obvious lack of, and they have protections against home buyers, I think just so they can do this sort of thing.

I am truly sorry you got into Ryan Homes, personally knowing that horrible feeling. What happens next? Maybe a bunch of supposedly happy customers may pop in and blame you for your problems, or say because they are happy customers it discredits your experience, like that really helps.

I think oddly, happy Ryan Homes customers appear to troll complaint sites to post counter complaint comments. The company will not speak to openly about anything.

All I can mostly do is empathize, but also offer any support we can give to help you go forward. You're right, it isn't just you that this has happened to. Don't believe them when they tell you, this never happened before. It's their SOP for handling victims of whatever they do wrong.

BTW my site comes up on most any search engine if you just type in Ryan Homes or Ryan Homes problems, if you want to contact us directly.
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#5 Consumer Comment

Wish you had searched Ed's BBB and the net sooner

AUTHOR: Ronald - (U.S.A.)

It seems Maryland is a major hot spot for Ryan Homes scams and NVR mortgage fraud. It's also oddly the same area that keeps NVR alive in this otherwise bad housing market. Of course I suspect NVR will do ANYTHING to stay in black, since their $300,000,000 year of losses and the following chapter 11 experience.

Does it make you feel any better knowing NVR's mortgage bank president only makes about $300,000 a year salary + about $5,000,000 a year in added bonuses? Me neither. It must be what they get for pulling off these extra little scams I keep hearing about.

Somehow the biz people can still sell the concept they are victims of predatory customers to government regulators, or a now obvious lack of, and they have protections against home buyers, I think just so they can do this sort of thing.

I am truly sorry you got into Ryan Homes, personally knowing that horrible feeling. What happens next? Maybe a bunch of supposedly happy customers may pop in and blame you for your problems, or say because they are happy customers it discredits your experience, like that really helps.

I think oddly, happy Ryan Homes customers appear to troll complaint sites to post counter complaint comments. The company will not speak to openly about anything.

All I can mostly do is empathize, but also offer any support we can give to help you go forward. You're right, it isn't just you that this has happened to. Don't believe them when they tell you, this never happened before. It's their SOP for handling victims of whatever they do wrong.

BTW my site comes up on most any search engine if you just type in Ryan Homes or Ryan Homes problems, if you want to contact us directly.
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