We also bought a Lennar home in Reno, in 2006 and have had problems since Day 1. Stucco cracked and fell off in sheets, Lennar would patch over it without removing old stucco. This happened for several years before we finally had to hire an independent contractor to come fix our stucco before someone got hurt by the giant sheets of stucco falling off the front of our home. Most of the two story homes in our southeast Reno neighborhood have had stucco fall off. We have also had cracked foundation, leaks from the upstairs bathtub right after moving in, cracked tiles across the kitchen floor, which Lennar attempted to fix but the problem continues. We had leaks by the sprinkler valves outside which flooded the side yard and under house right after moving in.
Our home also has windows that don't close properly, with Lennar sending a host of people with excuses to push in while closing, slam them harder, etc. When we tried to get them replaced, we were told the window company went out of business. We have drainage issues on our lot and a fence made from rotten wood which we tried to get Lennar to fix early on with no luck. Another problem we experienced early on was the temperature difference in the upstairs bedroom over the garage. After several cold winters, Lennar finally had one young worker who discovered they had not insulated that room. I could go on and on. We also joined the class-action lawsuit.
Lennar has all kinds of excuses and lies and tries to blame the homeowner. Don't buy from Lennar!!
Reason of review: Damaged or defective.