- Jignesh Patel
- 3 months ago
Contact and Address
About the Business:
M/I Homes – Indianapolis is a Home builder located at 8425 Woodfield Crossing Blvd #100W, Washington Township, Indianapolis, Indiana 46240, US.
The business is listed under home builder, real estate agency, real estate consultant, real estate developer category. It has received 12 reviews with an average rating of 3.2 stars.
- Jignesh Patel
- 3 months ago
- Aniruddh Patel
- 5 months ago
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- 7 months ago
- Wes Scott
- 9 months ago
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- 1 year ago
Here are some reviews from our users.
"run away, don't build with them. read the other reviews they are all true. look at their BBB review. build quality is subpar at best. construction manager will not address any of your concerns. they will say it will be taken care of and then do nothing and then it gets covered up with dry wall. i have had numerous issues that haven't still been addressed, it been over 4.5 homes. still have broken window. customer service reps don't care they will state they will fix it and then make some other excuse. construction managers never answers your calls."
"If I could I would give them 0 rating. My worst experience with any housing builders. Worst service quality and their issue resolution even pathetic. They have different basic standards for every house by house. And if you find any issues later on - they will not fulfill it, no matter how right you are. My advice - stay away and never look for any deals with Mi houses."
"I was very excited to purchase a townhome from this company, however have received little to no communication. I was approved for the loan and was high on the call list to purchase (even with the market value increase). Now I stand unsure if I will move forward with this company, especially after reading other poor reviews."
"Stay away!!! Thoroughly unprofessional, incompetent, non responsive, and liars. You are just a profit to them; their corporate policies come first and they don’t care what impact that has on you. They make decisions without communicating them or allowing your voice to be heard. Construction manager is a joke. He has no clue when tasks will occur or what supplies are available. He didn’t even know that 2 of our selected appliances had been discontinued by the manufacturer months after the selection. Get anything they say in writing and signed. They messed up the foundation and flipped it: whole house was built oriented to the right when it should have been on the left. Stated it would be a day to resolve it. Took them more than days. Gas line is now on the wrong side of the house. Their management is a joke. It took them more than days to get a paltry document to us acknowledging the mistake, its repair, and that it would still be covered under the structural warranty. They use delay tactics and have provided thoroughly inadequate responses to issues when we’ve brought them forward. Quality of the house is not worth the cost. Our concerns fall on deaf ears. Another lot near ours, they had plumbing pipes coming up in the dining room and the study IN THE SLAB. They didn’t catch this until they were roofing! Jack hammered through the foundation to “fix” that. It’s covered now with flooring and they’ll never disclose that. Construction manager left the company after those owners got out of that sale. Their loan specialist asked us to sign a compliance document that she knew was wrong so that we would meet a compliance deadline. Um, no?"
"Went to visit a friend and check out the newly built home by MI. Concerning quality and was recommended to go with someone else."