February 25, 2008

From Tough Love Comes Positive Change Over At One Rincon Hill

From "One Rincon Hill Resident" (the reader formerly known as “FrustratedBuyer”):

I was told by the excellent sales team at One Rincon Hill that the developer would be changing its policies and procedures. Based on the last couple of comments (NewRinconResident at February 23, 2008 12:40 PM; ORHBuyersAgent at February 23, 2008 12:50 PM), that appears to be the case, and the pre-closing walk through should now be a positive experience for both buyer and seller. The developer is inspecting and making obvious corrections before releasing the units for the walk through and has loosened up on the policy of prohibiting helpful professionals not on title from participation; and the customer service representative who conducts the walk through has cleaned up his act. [SocketSite] is an excellent site for new residents to have a serious exchange of ideas concerning our new homes -- and our comments are noted by the sales staff.

We love it when a plan comes together. And here's to a plugged-in One Rincon Hill Resident for being so "picky" (not to mention having "too much time on his/her hands").

RandomRumors: One Rincon Hill Walkthroughs Without An Agent? [SocketSite]

First Published: February 25, 2008 1:56 PM

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