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Re: Porter Davis Summer Promotions- Is it too good to be tru22
Apr 11, 2019 5:08 pm
Be very careful with this offer.
The terms and conditions state that - “Any factors causing delays to the nominated site start date that are outside of the builders control, may result in the voiding of this offer.”
The fact that this offer is applied as a seperate Post-Contract variation means Porter Davis is able to void this offer whilst keeping the full contract in force, even if you are not responsible for any delays.
Porter Davis have also informed me that the Post-Contract variation discount is applied to the final stage (10%) rather then distributed across all stages. e.g if you are building an Advantage double, with a contract price of $350k. The payment for the final stage is $35k (10%). With the discount/offer being $40k, Porter Davis will actually owe you $5k. Is there any guarantee Porter Davis will return to finish the home?
Re: Porter Davis Summer Promotions- Is it too good to be tru23
Sep 09, 2019 9:50 am
Any body looking to build with PD needs to look at this post first.......
Re: Porter Davis Summer Promotions- Is it too good to be tru24
Sep 12, 2019 11:08 am
I am building Savoy 40. I paid the initial $2,000.
That’s great. I signed too for Marbella 42.
I would want to know more about the deal
How did it go? Have you started construction?
What document does PD provide for the incentive?
For the bank do we need to show deposit based on total price or discounted price?
Re: Porter Davis Summer Promotions- Is it too good to be tru25
Sep 13, 2019 7:59 am
Hi Gee, Thank you for your blog. It’s valuable advice. What is your opinion on the customer reviews of builders on the Productreview.com, google reviews and similar forums as comparison research?
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