Overall, I would say we are going to be pleased with our new Solitaire home. It does have issues though.
To be expected having been built by cheap labor sometimes lacking professional skills. At times the house has made me wonder if the workers possessed or had knowledge of how to use a tape measure or straight edge. Cabinet doors were hung crooked. The kitchen island was installed out of square with the room, enough that visitors have noticed it.
They actually went against the lines in the floor tiles, which are square with the room, to install the island crooked. The roof has the poorest workmanship I've seen in 38 years of roofing. It doesn't leak, but it cries out, "I just don't care." Solitaire's inspector said it's within their requirements. Not surprising.
Most other issues are rather easily dealt with. Interior doors still need adjusting, for example. Dealer has taken care of a few issues, said they would take care of the others. No word after last time he said they would call before coming to adjust doors.
If you buy a Solitaire in OKC be prepared for long waits to address problems and calls that don't come as promised through the entire purchasing/owning process. During the purchasing process, there were warning signs I did not heed. Plenty of "we'll call you back today" or "I'll call you tomorrow" that did not happen. For the most part, issues with home are not addressed in a timely manner, if at all.
I'm still waiting to see. When they came out with the wrong color of skirting, I was frustrated enough by then I told them to just put it on. We needed skirting installed before winter freezing came. Who knows when/if they would get back with right color?
Before the skirting went on, my neighbors had favorable comments for appearance of the house. Since the color clashing skirting, they have become strangely silent.
Oh well. Welcome to Solitaire.
Product or Service Mentioned: Solitaire Homes Mobile Home.
Reason of review: Bad quality.