Same here in Texas. I've been lucky. They graded the lot on Feb 9, and today this is where we are. Not bad. Trying to close by end of May. Be patient.
Ugh, got email back from my SR. Turns out they recently reduced the price of the model I am building as a way to drive interest into the neighborhood. The catch was that when they made the decision to lower the sale price, they also made the decision to not offer an incentive on this lower priced home. Our SR forgot this, and included it. He fully acknowledged it as his mistake, but says his VP has to decide to sign off on deal with it, but also guaruntees there will be no further incentive. Now I will climb the corporate chain as far as needed before I let them take away that incentive, I am not building a base model house, I have added 50k in options, the very least I can accept is that 3k in assistance. Hate how stressful this is
Geez! That's a big mistake. Just in the interest of good customer service, they need to honor the $3K in assistance that was promised. I don't see how they would justify not giving it to you. The reality is, that's not a lot of money for them.
That does sound like a big mistake. It sounds like they should honor the $3K, especially since you already have a signed contract between both parties. I'm sure $3K is pennies for them.
Well got the VP to agree to keeping the 3k incentive. All documents have moved to loan proccesser expected to hit underwriting in a few days. Hopefully approval can go smoothly so my stress can come down a notch or two.
Excellent! I'm glad that worked out for you.