I would not recommend them if their timeline is short. They need construction to be on time. If they were flexible and on time I would recommend them
The builder was very nice and helpful. He was willing to go above and beyond.
The interactions and buying process were smooth and professional!
There were a few areas keeping me from giving a 5 star. 1. The truck barely fits in the garage (inches). That seems a little crazy in Texas! 2. We purchased a new build two weeks ago and we still have tape all over our house from our blue tape walkthrough... our main point of contact has been extremely slow to respond and schedule these fixes which has been very annoying. 3. The light fixtures are very outdated and not super attractive. I have a friend who also lived in a Wes Peoples home and they also had to spend money switching out all light fixtures. Of course we love the house in its entirety. It just seems like little details are not a priority to Wes Peoples and that’s what has been frustrating. We purchased a Paradisa home before this and didn’t experience these issues so it’s been very frustrating
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