I went back to house to check to see if they started all the repairs and fixes that have all the orange day glo paint on them. The only thing I can see that they have done is reframed the doorway to my bathroom. The attic access still has to be moved to the 3rd bedroom from the 4th
|The PM drew the arch on the floor to show them which way the door should swing|
So what about my outlet wiggle room? No answer on that one but I didn't really expect one.
I also wanted to know when they were going to finally build that darn trail? You know the one that will run directly beside and behind my home? I need to know as this will affect how much yard I actually have left. Apparently, the developer is in charge of that part and my SR can only go on hear say about when that will go down. In our community (and probably in all of the RH communities) the lot does not belong to RH until we sign a purchase agreement and put down a deposit. In my case that happened in November. This also means, RH can not touch and improve upon (move dirt) without the developer's permission. Guess who didn't get permission yet?
I was told that have to be patient. Again, really? There are 20 lots left to be sold out of 54 and all the home sites seem to be going fast. Wouldn't it be prudent to begin work on the features you sold us on? No? Then how about this- I need reduced closing costs to be a happy woman right now. Just so happens my SR will be meeting with her managers on Monday and this will be brought to their attention. I will also get in contact with my NVR Mortgage contact. The goal is to shave off $5000 or more of the total.
In general- I still love my home. I walked my framed out castle today and started to envision where furniture would go and possible paint colors. I stood in my bedroom and smiled at the fact I wouldn't be so cramped anymore. I pondered about a mini green house on my deck. I know my family can be REAL happy here but part of that is getting my kids a yard to play in and items placed and set where WE as a family find it convenient.
I will end this post with pics of my soon to be fabulous home
|I am so short even the head of my home gets cut off!|
|This will make one awesome foyer|
|Just had to get the arched window completely in the shot|