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Tuesday, April 1, 2014

April Fools Joke...We wish it was!

Well, I don't know what to think of this home building process anymore. Today I get an email from the SR that they need to reschedule our Pre-Construction Meeting to a later date. The reason: Our permits, while approved last week, were approved with the wrong prints/floor plan!!! It was supposed to have been a REVERSED PLAN. How does that happen? Aren't they supposed to submit plans and permits the way the house is supposed to be prior? Permits have been sent back to Berkeley County for approval, again. So.... looking at another couple weeks of delay possibly. I'm glad I haven't told my landlord when I'm actually planning to close and move yet.

5 comments:

  1. Hang in there, it happens all the time. Building is a finicky process but it always works out in the end. Mistakes happen and get cleared up, we are all in a hurry and understandably, but trust me when I say it will be all worth it! this wont be your last hiccup later, but enjoy the good moments and know in the end you are getting the house you hand picked, it will most certainly be worth it. I know this saying sucks but all things work out in the end and be patient dont give up, and keep giving them HELL and stay on top of them at all times.

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  2. BTW we drive through Berkley Springs every year since I was a child to visit in Charlottesville, its such a cute town.

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  3. Oh wow, I can't even imagine how frustrating this must be!

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  4. DW...I agree. Even though I'm bummed, it is still exciting. I know it will be worth it in the end. I would rather mistakes get caught now then later when it is too late to do anything about it. We are building in Falling Waters. As native Marylanders, we wanted to be as close as possible to Maryland but still enjoy the lower taxes of WV.

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  5. Oh my god! There are no words!!! Good to hear you sre still in the excited bliss mode- we aren't done yet but I already get what DW is talking about. The stress and frustration, totally worth it!

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