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PulteGroup, Inc. Corporate Office Address

PulteGroup, Inc.
3350 Peachtree Road, NESuite 150
Atlanta, GA 30326

Contact PulteGroup, Inc.

Phone Number: (248) 647-2750
Fax Number: N/A
Website: http://www.pulte.com
Email: Email PulteGroup, Inc.

Facts

Founder:
Date Founded:
Founding Location:
Number of Employees:

Executives

CEO: Richard J. Dugas Jr.
CFO: Robert T. O'shaughnessy
COO: Harmon D. Smith

PulteGroup, Inc. History

Pulte Homes was founded in 1956 by Bill Pulte as a home builder.

The company operates in two segments: Home Construction and Financial Services.

The Home Building segment develops land in the United States for residential purposes. Subsidiaries include Del Webb, which builds retirement communities and Divosta Homes, a manufacturer of cast concrete houses.

Pulte’s Financial Services segment provides services related to mortgage banking and title operations.

The company’s Centex brand is marketed to entry-level home buyers and the Pulte Homes brand is for home buyers looking to trade up. Pulte homes sell for an average of $305,000.

Pulte Homes trades publicly on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol PHM, is a member of the S&P 500, is #446 in the Fortune 500, has 3,843 employees, and had $5.66 billion in revenue in 2013.

 

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David King November 13, 2017 at 2:18 pm

To Whom It May Concern,
On October 2, 2015, my wife and I purchased a Pulte home in the Stetson Valley Community at Ocotillo Landing. The house itself was built in 2011 and only had one owner prior to our purchase. Unfortunately, on August 20, 2017 all of the plumbing backed up. Roto Rooter came out and found that a root had penetrated the sewer pipes 7-8 feet below the driveway. The cost to rectify this issue was a total of $6950.00 which would be a financial burden to any family, including ours. As you might already know, as sewer pipes leave the house, they usually grow larger in diameter and maintain a certain angle to help with flow and to avoid clogging. For some reason, during the building of our home it was decided to go from a 4-inch pipe to a 3-inch 90-degree turn before attaching to the next set of sewer pipes; which was around 8-feet below the driveway. Roto Rooter determined that this piping arrangement caused pressure to build up which ultimately led to a crack in the pipe. This crack allowed leakage which in turn led the oleanders in our front yard to seek this water source, thus enlarging the problem as roots made their way into the pipe itself.
We would greatly appreciate an explanation on why this pipe arrangement was chosen and approved, particularly from someone who would be considered a credible source on the subject; knows the plumbing codes, etc. Furthermore, I would appreciate if you could pass this email along to the plumbing company, superintendent and inspector who worked on and approved this construction. Or I will gladly take their contact information and I will contact them myself.
We have also saved the section of sewer pipe that was damaged. Please contact me if you’d like pictures or if you’d like to come over and see the damaged pipe for yourself.

Thank you for your time and I look forward to hearing from you,
Dave King

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NM Resident November 22, 2017 at 4:03 pm

FYI: resident in ABQ, NM are filling a complaint with the attorney generals office due to the faulty roof, plumbing, and structural issues.

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Douglas Murray October 11, 2017 at 3:28 pm

Please provide the contact information (Name, telephone number & e-mail address) for the manager of the Sierra de Las Soleras development in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

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Bill Armijo/Trans World Metals, Ltd July 14, 2017 at 1:13 am

Subject: Request to be 3rd party claimant on behalf of Pulte Realty Limited Partnership, Pulte/BP Murieta Hills in the amount of $151,851.94

To: CEO

I am contacting you to arrange for a notarized authorization for Trans World Metals, Ltd authorized to act on behalf of Pulte Realty Limited Partnership, Pulte/BP Murrieta Hills in filing a claim on behalf of Pulte Realty Limited Partnership, Pulte/BP Murrieta to save $151,851.94 from es cheating on August 1, 2017.

It is quite obvious that what ever department at Pulte Realty Limited Partnership, Pulte/BP Murrieta Hills has been entrusted with oversight of these monies was not astute enough to account for the $151,851.94 and it has come to our attention that Pulte Realty Limited Partnership, Pulte/BP Murrieta Hills has essentially two(2) weeks in order to file the claim to keep from losing $151,851.94

We are prepared to file a claim(s) on your behalf for a fee of 50% of the money or $75,925.97, as we are of the view that for at Pulte Realty Limited Partnership, Pulte/BP Murrieta Hills to have 50% of $151,851.94 is much better than at Pulte Realty Limited Partnership, Pulte/BP Murrieta Hills having a total loss of $151,851.93 based on an internal departmental error.

Pulte Realty Limited Partnership, Pulte/BP Murrieta Hills will naturally be required to provide full due diligence documentation to the appropriate Government Agency involved in order to substantiate the legitimacy of the claim and right full ownership of the $151,851.94 less 50% or $75,925.97 regarding the total amount of $151,851.94

Please understand that request to act as a 3rd party claimant for at Pulte Realty Limited Partnership, Pulte/BP Murrieta Hills is a totally legitimate and honest en devour to prevent this amount of $151,851.94 from es cheating to this Government Agency and given the notarized authorization and agreement for 50% of the $151,851.94 as the fee we are requesting we are most amiable to providing any and all information you or your attorneys would require to verify what is being proposed.

PLEASE UNDERSTAND THAT TIME IS OF THE ESSENCE IN GETTING US THE NOTARIZED AUTHORIZATION AND AGREEMENT FOR OUR 50% OF THE FUNDS, SO AS TO PROCEED IMMEDIATELY !!!

Best Regards,

Bill Armijo – President

Justin Armijo – Vice President

Trans World Metals, Ltd.
(310)613-3178

Please fine below the due diligence documentation required to proceed:

Property Tax Refund Claim Requirements

In order to process your claim, please use this instruction sheet to determine and provide the appropriate
documentation which you are required to submit along with your completed Property Tax Refund Claim Form. Claim
forms that are submitted to our office without documentation will result in a delay in the processing of your claim.

NOTE: YOUR SIGNATURE(S) MUST BE NOTARIZED IF THE CLAIM IS OVER $500.

All claimants must refer to SECTION A for the required documentation. If you are a claimant for a business, refer to
SECTIONS A and B for the additional specified documentation required for your claim. If you are an HEIR or
BENEFICIARY of the deceased owner, refer to SECTIONS A and C for the additional specified documentation
required for your claim.

SECTION A: CLAIMANT IDENTIFICATION

All documentation listed in this section is required for each claimant:

Copy of a current government issued photo identification (i.e., driver license, state identification card, passport, etc.)
Documentation proving proof of payment for the fiscal year(s) of the refund in question. Examples of proof
may include: copies of canceled checks, bank statements, escrow papers showing breakdown of payments,
etc.

OR

Documentation proving proof of claimant’s ownership. This information must indicate the property address in question. An example of proof is a copy of the tax bill for the property / fiscal year in question.

Third Parties are required to also submit one of the following:

Notarized Authorization for Agent to Collect Property Tax Refund on behalf of claimant
Notarized Assignment of Right to Collect Property Tax Refund on behalf of claimant

SECTION B: BUSINESS IDENTIFICATION

ALL documentation listed under SECTION A is required in addition to the items indicated below. This documentation
is intended to illustrate the connection between the Company indicated on the refund and the signatory of the claim
form:

Personal Business Card for each claimant
A notarized affidavit completed by an officer and / or business owner allowing you to claim such funds as an
employee of the named account
Owner of the Named Account is also required to submit any business related documentation naming
proprietor as the owner

Corporations

Articles of Incorporation
Copy of Filed Statement of Information (Domestic Stock and Agricultural Cooperative Corporations)
If a copy of the Filed Statement of Information is not a available, please provide a copy of the corporation’s
signed minutes indicating the resolution of the corporation’s officers and / or amendments to Articles of
Incorporation illustrating the corporation’s officers
Documentation showing the connection between the named corporation and other corporations, limited
liability companies, limited partnerships, successor-in-interest, subsidiaries

Limited Liability Companies (LLC’s)

Copy of the Filed Statement of Organization
Copy of the Filed Statement of Information (Domestic Stock and Agricultural Cooperative Corporations)
If a copy of the Filed Statement of Information is not a available, please provide a copy of the Limited
Liability Company’s signed minutes indicating the resolution of the company’s officers and / or amendments
illustrating the company’s officers
Documentation showing the connection between the named limited liability company and other corporations,
limited liability companies, limited partnerships, successor-in-interest, subsidiaries

Limited Partnerships (LP’s)

Copy of the Filed Statement of Organization
Copy of the Filed Statement of Information (Domestic Stock and Agricultural Cooperative Corporations)
If a copy of the Filed Statement of Information is not a available, please provide a copy of the Limited
Partnership’s signed minutes indicating the resolution of the company’s officers and / or amendments illustrating the company’s officers
Documentation showing the connection between the named Limited Partnership’s and other corporations, limited liability companies, limited partnerships, successor-in-interest, subsidiaries
and / or Trust Agreement

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Joy LaCombe May 15, 2017 at 9:23 pm

Shock for Homeowners of Del Webb Rancho Del Lago, Vail Arizona

This letter is to express the Del Webb Vail homeowner’s, utter shock and disbelief when they became aware that Pulte Homes and Vail Valley Joint Venture made an access agreement, on private streets and through Del Webb’s private gate, for non 55+ Meritage homes.

Pulte has not dealt in good faith with this elderly community, many of them widows. Pulte has broken the spirit of their CC&R’s and the Pulte controlled HOA Board has not done what is in the best interest of and common benefit of these Del Webb homeowners.

Pulte has burdened the community, compromised their security, safety and entirely changed the dynamics of this 55+ community. These residents no longer feel safe in their own homes.

Pulte’s decision has vastly increased the community’s HOA liability by bringing family homes with children behind it’s private gates. Yes, they are parents, grandparents and great grandparents and many of them have weekly visits from their grandchildren, but these residents purchased homes in this gated Del Webb 55+ community to be provided with moments of peace, quiet and serenity in their later years.

Many residents considered their new Del Webb 55+ home purchase to be their last. At the age of 70, 80 or 93 they didn’t anticipate having to fight to maintain the only sanctuary they have left, their home.

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Kristin Bruni Jones May 9, 2017 at 12:15 pm

To whom it may concern,

I have been a resident of Festival Foothills in Buckeye, Arizona for close to 7 years now. I’ve always loved living here. The community is beautiful and quiet and well maintained and the people here are wonderful. However, in the last few months, things have taken a sharp turn for the worse. Now, I know the community was always going to get bigger but I never imagined houses would be pumped out as fast as they are or that we’d be plagued with constant construction vehicles day and night or that they wouldn’t be cleaning up after themselves or that HUGE, irrational changes would be made to the community, affecting it’s residents so drastically, without the residents being informed first of the changes or even given the chance to voice their opinions before they were done! But I’m getting ahead of myself, so let’s take this one step at a time, shall we?

First of all, I should mention we live on W Piute Ave. The back of our home is facing Sun Valley Parkway. When we moved here, we were told that the access road right next to our home would be there until another entrance/exit was made to the community down at the other end of the road (the portion that is being build up now). However, last week, the access road was abruptly torn up. But wait – WHERE is the other entrance we were promised? Now I’m hearing there will not be another entrance? WHAT??? So you expect everyone on the Foothills side to be able to use ONE entrance/exit – the SAME entrance/exit the Sun City Ranch residents also need to use? Isn’t that a bit dangerous? I mean, as it is now, it’s near impossible to see coming out from Desert Vista Blvd onto Canyon Springs because of all the vegetation growing on both medians and the fact it’s 2 lanes going both ways! Plus the fact of how HEAVY the traffic is coming from ALL directions in that intersection! Canyon Springs Blvd and Desert Vista Blvd needs a light if you plan on funneling ALL of the residents from BOTH sides of these HUGE communities onto that ONE road! Because one of these days, if it stays the way it is now, there WILL be an accident there. And then what? How are we all supposed to get out of the community if the ONLY road leading into or out of the community has a huge accident on it and we have NO way of getting around?? You are putting all of the residents here in danger!

And speaking of danger, now that we only have ONE way of getting into or out of this part of the community, you DO realize you are now forcing ALL of the traffic from this side to funnel out onto Marco Polo Road and come out onto Desert Vista right across from the school, don’t you? So now you have ALLLLL of this traffic, with a LOT more in the future when you finish building all of the houses over here, funneling out right across from the school entrance with NO CROSSWALK in place for the kids! Do you know how many kids walk to/from school every day?? A LOT! And they have NO SAFE WAY to cross Desert Vista Blvd – which is a HUGE intersection, by the way – and now you go and pour ALL of the traffic from this side onto that ONE entrance/exit! YOU ARE ASKING FOR A DISASTER!! Just this morning, while dropping my kids off (see, I won’t let my kids walk because I know how dangerous that intersection is), I saw a kid almost get hit because the cars couldn’t see he was trying to cross. And believe me when I tell you, one of these days, if there continues not to be a safe way for the kids to cross, someone IS going to get hit. And when they do, you can be SURE the parents will know that you were warned ahead of time. This is a law suite waiting to happen and I would think LONG AND HARD about this point before dismissing it!

I’m also EXTREMELY angry and disappointed that you are now building a wall where the access road used to be – with NO access whatsoever! Not even for a golf cart or pedestrians! REALLY?? Do you know how many families walked or drove golf carts to the gas station from this side because it was only 200 yards away (give or take)? Now what? We’re expected to jump in the car and drive the mile and a half to get eggs or milk when we need them? How inconsiderate! You didn’t even ASK the residents here how they felt about this HUGE change – you just went ahead and did it. Now we’re trapped in here like rats! You should have at LEAST left a pathway for people to be able to walk to get the essentials when they needed them! Now we have to either walk ALLLLLLL the way around – or take an unnecessary car ride!

Finally, I feel I need to mention the sloppy construction crews you have working for you. They are NOT cleaning up after themselves! In the past month, I personally know of 5 people who have gotten roofing nails in their tires! And they don’t even live near the construction areas!! I got one in my tire last Thursday and my neighbor across the street got one in her’s on Sunday! We live on Piute Ave. There is NO construction on this road right now! The closest we come to the construction area is when we have to (now) drive down Marco Polo Road, which they’re working on houses behind the wall on the other side! Do you want to explain to me HOW roofing nails got into our tires? Because I sure as heck can’t! Mine happened right when I came home last week! How do I know? Because when I pulled into my garage, the tire was hissing and it still had all of its air in it – which means it had JUST happened!! Your construction crews are being LAZY with their cleaning efforts and your residents are suffering for it! This is a simple thing that SHOULD NOT BE HAPPENING!!!

I understand Pulte’s burning desire to make as much money as possible but you are doing so by putting your residents in danger. Only having ONE entrance/exit to a HUGE community, NOT having a crosswalk in front of the school and funneling ALL of the traffic past it, blocking our access to the essentials, and not cleaning up after yourselves is all putting your residents at risk of serious danger!

Please take this email seriously! I do NOT want an every day, run of the mill response. I expect a response from a REAL person who understands what I’m saying and will take action on it! These are NOT issues that can be brushed aside! They need to be dealt with in a timely manner!

Thank you for your time,
Kristin (Bruni) Jones

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Axel Sturm March 24, 2017 at 5:25 pm

It never rains in southern California, well it rained quite a bit in Palm Desert, Ca.
recently. I found out that we have a leaking roof, and we are past the warranty by
3 years.
A roofer gave us an estimate of $2800 . The house was one of the last ones built in Sun City
Palm Desert and it looks like they ran out of material. There is a whole row of tiles missing
where the leak into the garage is. The rest of the roof has potentials of leaks because of
real bad patchwork. We bought the house new, and nobody has been on the roof since. The inspector who did the final inspection should have seen that. Pulte refuses even to talk. We will go to small claimes court if they don,t respond with a more pleasant attitude.
Axel Sturm

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Caren Cohen March 21, 2017 at 8:16 pm

I am a home owner in Frisco Lakes, Frisco TX. After living in my home for almost a year, I had an inspection completed. Several important issues were identified and I am awaiting resolution of these issues. However, an important safety issue I was advised would not be addressed. I would like to speak with someone, otherwise I will be contacting my attorney. I truly do not wish to go this route, but would like to see this resolved in an agreeable manner.

Please contact me at(254) 338-XXXX.

Thank you
Caren Cohen

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Troy Helsel January 4, 2017 at 12:52 pm

I would like someone from corporate customer service to call me please. I am in the process of purchasing a Pulte home and need to get some answers regarding when the home will be completed and close date scheduled. The local Pulte folks are nice but they are not able to give me definitive answers. My number is (904) 710-XXXX

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