Jim Walter Homes - Jim walter homes

Sep 16, 2009
review #157270

looking to start class action lawsuit against jim walter homes!!!anyone with information please contact me at gabe3434@gmail.com they have messed up my home and then threaten all the time.

i have a hole in my tub that when brought up they say it is fixed when it is not. they would not do the warranty work they are suppose to be doing. they closed down branches and moved my file around so many times that noone new what was what. my hallway looks like a roller coaster.

the only thing that was ok was the electric and that was becouse i told them what to do and how to do it to pass inspection becouse they did not no the electrical codes.( i am an Electrician)

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bobby

Dec 05, 2013 Yorktown, Virginia

hey if you are still pursueing a lawsuit count me in, I had my home built in 2007 and it took them almost 3 years to build my home finally I just told them to leave and we finished and I mean my house is full of just problems every package I bought they did not do and my whole house is falling apart literally, Im falling through my floors and my ceils has wholes in it, and my fireplace never worked and every single one of my sinks have blown up so have my tolites

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bobby

Dec 05, 2013 Yorktown, Virginia

my email is robertcpegram@gmail.com btw I forgot to add it, I want justice or just get them to fix it.

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Anonymous

Nov 15, 2013 Long Beach, Mississippi

If u r doing a suit count me in if its still going on I have a home built in 2005 after 10 months they finished it and nothing but problems and still problems u can reach me jlbuckley08@yahoo.com

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Alicia 464

Oct 07, 2013 Carthage, Texas

I to have a crapy built home from jim walters and would like to know how to get something done my home is 8 years old and falling to pieces any info. On what to do would be great. Aliciamorales464@yahoo.com

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Captain9998

Jul 24, 2013 Hillsboro, Texas

Add me to the list of class action against Jim Walter Homes. The circuit breakers are burning out one at a time & NOBODY makes a replacement for them! Outside siding is falling off, Plumbing has always leaked, Drain pipes pulling apart & flooding under the house, etc.

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michellehperez37

May 24, 2013 San Antonio, Texas

We bought a home through Casa Linda Homes 4 1/2 years ago and put a $20000 down payment on the home. We were in our home a few months and our mortgage was sold to Walter Mortgage. I was behind on my mortgage a few weeks, and I had representatives from thier company leaving cards on my door and nasty messages. They forced us to get their insurance and ran our mortgage payment up from 1050 a month to 1700 a month. there was no way we could afford that especially in the neighborhood our home was built in. I hired a litigation company to try and mediate with them and get our payments lowered and they would not have it. I had one of their reps tell me that he could give a rats *** about me and my family it was business and he would through us out in the street in a heartbeat and not feel bad at all. I even filed bankruptcy to try and save our home and was ordered by the attorney to make our regular payment of 1050 and they wouldn't accept it. i was getting cards left on my door telling me to sign over my house to them and they would give us $500 and we had two weeks to get out, I refused. So, we did lose our home and we lost our $20000 down payment. We are still paying on our $20000 as it was a loan. If a lawsuit gets filed please add me to it. My email is michellehperez37@gmail.com. thanks,

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Rosie L. Allen

Oct 26, 2012

My house was substanardly built. They appeared only ot be interested in getting my land. The employees were very rude and disrespectfu, because I am a lady. They would mke vists almost anytime. Iwas foreclosed for payments of insurance.

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glenn childress

Oct 01, 2012

these clowns foreclosed on my home after 10yrs of living in it. i was current in my payments but they hired a lawyer in my area and they forward my payments to the lawyers office to make it looked liked i missed payments(but i kept the money order receipt ) they foreclosed on my house. i want to sue them so bad...if anyone wants to start a class actions suit.

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jerri milloy

Apr 17, 2012

yes i bought a house in 2004 frome them and the house just wasnt any good at all,i moved out i call complaining to them bout the house so much ,they did anything JW tryed to get my step dad to do the carperner work on the house,they treated me so bad,until i just moved out the house,can you please count me in the law suit.my email is hortonjerri@ymail.com

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JWH old employee

Apr 17, 2012

I was recruited to work for JWH as a Project manager from a high end custom builder. I quit after 6 months, not only because of the corp. monster, but because the clients failed to understand what they were getting for the price tag. There mortgage terms were crazy, you gave up deed rights to your land, you signed up for interest only payments or crazy variable rates, most had subprime credit ratings, they preyed on this and set you up. Yes you all got suckered into buying a cheaply built house with materials made to last at best 5-10 years. They are stick built trailers. All builders offer 1 year warranties, JWH put the cheapest to code items in their houses and you really got what you paid for. Remember building a house to code doesn't mean it’s built with quality. That isn't possible with the price tag. I just have a hard time understanding what all the complaints are about, it like buying a Yugo and *** about it being a *** car when it falls apart. Lucky the Government stepped in to protect dumb *** from their own stupidity and outlawed approving subprime mortgages. When they did this JWH went out of business, because 80% of their clients shouldn’t have been approved.
The scam on subprime is they offered you 9-14% interest rates, with full deed wraps on your land. This makes your 30 year payment as much as a person who bought a $500,000 house. Sorry but…..yes you got scammed out of your land. Walter mortgage made 80% of its profits off
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Old JWH Project Manager

Apr 17, 2012

I was recruited to work for JWH as a Project manager from a high end custom builder. I quit after 6 months, not only because of the corp. monster, but because the clients failed to understand what they were getting for the price tag. There mortgage terms were crazy, you gave up deed rights to your land, you signed up for interest only payments or crazy variable rates, most had subprime credit ratings, they preyed on this and set you up. Yes you all got suckered into buying a cheaply built house with materials made to last at best 5-10 years. They are stick built trailers. All builders offer 1 year warranties, JWH put the cheapest to code items in their houses and you really got what you paid for. Remember building a house to code doesn't mean it’s built with quality. That isn't possible with the price tag. I just have a hard time understanding what all the complaints are about, it like buying a Yugo and *** about it being a *** car when it falls apart. Lucky the Government stepped in to protect dumb *** from their own stupidity and outlawed approving subprime mortgages. When they did this JWH went out of business, because 80% of their clients shouldn’t have been approved.
The scam on subprime is they offered you 9-14% interest rates, with full deed wraps on your land. This makes your 30 year payment as much as a person who bought a $500,000 house. Sorry but…..yes you got scammed out of your land. Walter mortgage made 80% of its profits off
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Lisa Rogers

Mar 30, 2012

Walter mortgage collector harrassed me on the phone and hit my husband on our property and the police took my husband to jail for self-defense. The payment he came for was wired the next day, then he sent the payment back and then foreclosed on us, we have been in our home for 17 year and owe less than 30,000. We would be glad to join a lawsuit
email: rogers136@live.com

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ANGELA

Mar 15, 2012

lol the home was beuit in 1999 on to people had this home you can't walk across the floors with out the tv shaking. my kitcheen have a hill i know that wasn't built that way the ac unit nor heat work let the windows up they come off track sweep the staircase dirt fall into down stair closetevery floor sweaks when you walk across stairs not built right up under stair case you can see where the nails didn't hit the wood nails coming up out the wood on the stairsit's a night maim 200,000 for 30 years notes 695.13 month house isn't right i need an attorney who's not scared to go against twalter homes contact angeliquefranks34@yahoo.com if a strong wind come the house is gone

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mrsdee

Oct 25, 2011

We purchased home in 2007 our roof was leaking in two places the second month after we moved in all of the floors are not leveled air condition unit has went out after four years back porch comming apart front porch is lop sided very very poor insulation job and no seals were put around windows even after telling them. PLEASE if its a law suit going around please contact me at mrsdee0413@gmail.com

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Brenell

Oct 13, 2011

We purchased a home in 1992. Before it was even finished, we saw we were going to have problems. The first being: hiring labor who was not skilled, leaving off facing around doors, left off window screens, light fixtures not securely connected and nails showing through porch roof. After we were in our home, thats when we start having problems. The first major problem we had was the water lines ruptured inside our walls. Because we were still under warrenty, they came out and cut big holes inside the back side of the walls and replaced substandard parts that had been used. Later on we noticed our cabinets started pulling away from the wall, one almost fell that held my dishes. Our walls on the outside and inside begin to pull away from the ceiling and roofing. Our outside electrical plug wasn't secure, so when we unplugged any cords it pulled away from the wall. Nails begin coming up through our linoleum and carpet. There is more but I will stop here for now. Sign Pissed in Mississippi. :(

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written by SHIRLEY BOYD

Oct 10, 2011

I have a JIM WALTER HOME AND MY HOME IS FALLING DOWN AND ITS JUST 8YR OLD

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fatima fortenberry

Jul 16, 2011

My in laws have a home by this company built in the nineties it is in horrible condition! count me in please

fatimafortenberry@hotmail.com

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Mary F. Soto  Corpus Christi t

Jun 27, 2011

we had a house built on our 6 ac in 04/08 financed 93,8600. it too is badly build. I'm sure if we ever get a hurricane it will be blown away. Our payments started at 615.00 a year later they went up to 949.00 now they are at 1246.00 because according to them we did't pay our taxas and failed to provide insurance we did pay our taxas and our insurance has faxed and refaxed copies of our insurance We have made attempts to call florida to correct this problem but get no where. now they are threating to take our house. we have put alot of money into this house(it was only a shell)I would never recommend these crooks to my worst enemy

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Rosalyn Williamson

Mar 24, 2011

omg.My husband and i spurchased our home in 2000 and everything is falling apart.seams cracking,walls cracking,flooring uneven..a big mess..went outside the other day looked at my vinyl siding and its now peeling off!.I contacted walter mortage and they said i would have to contact jim walter mortage for any warranties still in effect on the house since they built it.So *** since they went out of business my *** shouldnt have to pay another company the mortage either..lol..help someone.my email is iluvmen00@aol.com

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