4Corners Homes

Most Concerning

We purchased a home in The Ridge (N Edmond). The price of our “plan” went up by over $15,000 a month after looking.

We were told we would need to sign a contract to lock in a price – we stated we wanted to wait, and then the price went up.

Most concerning, the price went up, but the included features went away.

We demanded items be included (and won on that front) due to the ridiculous increase in price (it was blamed on “material” price increase… what a joke).

The process started (and finished) roughly, with a number of issues and items that were incorrect.

I don’t have enough space to set forth each and every issue… they are that numerous.

These items were pointed out on numerous occasions, but went ignored until about the 5th time they were pointed out and corrections were demanded.

Once we were provided with a new contact, the items did get corrected (thanks, Amy), but it took way too much baby sitting with the original people.

There is no work ethic in the homes, only quick crews paid the least amount of money possible to “get it done.”

We checked out the home at one point only to see four letter words written on drywall where mirrors were to be placed… high class crews there.

At one point we were accused by the electrician that we were changing layouts of electrical… we never met with any electrician for electrical, and never moved any cookie cutter layout of electrical.

Goes to show the types of crews this builder uses… cheaper the better.

I can not and would not recommend this builder, as they look to cut corners and nickel and dime people along the way.

Home did not appraise, and a number of issues are being found after closing, including a brand new microwave that does not work, mortar that breaks apart when touched, water that takes 5 minutes to get hot, and so on.

Those are items just noticed 2 days into the home.

We will see how the warranty goes, as well as the other issues that will show up.

I can understand why the landowners around the neighborhood are angry with the builder, and will personally recommend they continue to hold out from working with him.

Neighborhood is great… unfortunately the builder you must use is not.

Q5 homes is owned by same.. so avoid Q5 and 4 Corners.

Is 4Corners Homes a scam?
4Corners Homes is a scam and a bad service provider as per the report filed on dirtyscam.com. They are not aggressive towards their customer satisfaction and complaint grievance.
Is 4Corners Homes legit?
First 4Corners Homes is not a legit business owner or provider. You must take necessary precautions/measures before buying or using their services.
How many reviews are submitted by 4Corners Homes’s consumers?
There is/are 3 review(s) posted about 4Corners Homes and it indicates that the severity of the scam is Extremely High.
Where is 4Corners Homes located?
4Corners Homes is located at 6180 Boucher Dr, Edmond, OK 73034, USA. You can contact 4Corners Homes by dialing (405) 753-4484 or visit their website 4cornershomes.com before filing a lawsuit. We are no way affiliated with better business bureau or yelp reviews platform.
How much monetary loss is incurred by 4Corners Homes’s customers?
According to the report(s), US $6523 was the total loss incurred by 4Corners Homes’s customers.
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3 reviews on 4Corners Homes

  1. Jon Matthews

    Most concerning, the price went up, but the included features went away.

    We purchased a home in The Ridge (N Edmond). The price of our “plan” went up by over $15,000 a month after looking. We were told we would need to sign a contract to lock in a price – we stated we wanted to wait, and then the price went up.

    Most concerning, the price went up, but the included features went away. We demanded items be included (and won on that front) due to the ridiculous increase in price (it was blamed on “material” price increase… what a joke).

    The process started (and finished) roughly, with a number of issues and items that were incorrect. I don’t have enough space to set forth each and every issue…

    they are that numerous. These items were pointed out on numerous occasions, but went ignored until about the 5th time they were pointed out and corrections were demanded. Once we were provided with a new contact, the items did get corrected (thanks, Amy),

    but it took way too much baby sitting with the original people. There is no work ethic in the homes, only quick crews paid the least amount of money possible to “get it done.”

  2. John Morgon

    Scammer

    Those are items just noticed 2 days into the home. We will see how the warranty goes, as well as the other issues that will show up. I can understand why the landowners around the neighborhood are angry with the builder,

    and will personally recommend they continue to hold out from working with him. Neighborhood is great… unfortunately the builder you must use is not. Q5 homes is owned by same.. so avoid Q5 and 4 Corners.

  3. Erin Hill

    Never Again

    They build nice houses, but the poeple are not very nice who help you pick out your home.

Reviews:3
Reported Loss :6523 $
Severity of Scam :Extremely High
Reported by : Anonymous
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