As Dan T. said, the quality isn't the greatest with Venture Homes. Also, they tend not to respond to emails or phone calls. So if you want something fixed within your warranty period, you have to bug them to death just to get something simple fixed. Also, if you don't catch something during the final walkthrough, they might not fix it. They can easily say that you did the damage after you moved in. So, my advice is to not buy a Venture Homes house, but if you do, spend several hours during the final walkthrough and hope that you catch everything. Then, make 100% everything is fixed and fixed correctly before you sign anything. Venture Homes is your typical ""do the bare minimum to get by"" type company.