Top 32 Ryan Homes Reviews (2023)

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Top 32 Ryan Homes Reviews (1)

Jessica of Lansdale, PA Verified Reviewer

Original review: Feb. 8, 2023

Pennsylvania. I wanted to take some time to give a well rounded review of my experience with Ryan Homes. My fiance and I made the decision to purchase a new townhome in summer '22. At first, our tour of the model home and experience with our sales rep was very positive. We were excited about our options and what we could get for our budget and location preference.

We got to pick the basics, floor, cabinets, carpets, and tile. We were very pleased with our choices. There is definitely a feeling of 'Once we have your deposit, we are moving on' but hey, that is sales for you. There were also some moments during the sales process where it was clear we were just another couple getting their houses checked off the list. But maybe naïve of me to look for a more personalized approach when you are spending 500K.

Moving more into the building process, there were definitely some delays in the original timeline we were given, but following a competitive market and Covid years, we were grateful for things to still be moving along. Our project manager, Dan, was responsive and pretty helpful in our process as well letting us visit the site and answering our questions and communicating updates as promised. Looking back, there are definitely times when I wish more information was shared, but you do not know until you know. As we approached the closing date, there was one more push back of a week, but again we wanted a completed job and were okay waiting if it meant things were fully ready. It did mean we had to pay for an extra month of storage, but Ryan Homes helped us with this expense and we are very grateful.

We were allowed to come do a walkthrough. However, I would like to suggest to Ryan Homes a much more 'thorough' walk through experience. The best way for me to explain it is like project manager stands back and looks around and sees if you find things that need to be completed or fixed i.e. missing pull out drawers in kitchen cabinets, outlets not working, and nails popping out of walls. We agreed on what we 'saw' in our 'walkthrough' because I think in any human experience it would be impossible to 'catch it all.'

Also, immediately after our walkthrough with our trusted project manager, we found out he was let go from Ryan Homes and there would be a new person on site to finish the other homes in the development. I want to make sure to say these project managers were an absolute highlight of the experience and it is extremely disheartening to hear that someone who says he will be around for things we may need was let go. We met our new project manager right after closing and he has been very helpful. I can just hope and remain optimistic that those unfinished tasks are addressed soon.

One last mention. Our move in experience. My fiancé and I decided not to get our refrigerator with Ryan Homes. Things add up extremely fast even with their pretty basic offerings so at the time, we were excited to have some choices ourselves for things like the refrigerator. We measured the space where it will go and made a purchase.

On the day of move in our refrigerator arrived only for the delivery folks not to be able to even get it onto the first landing of the bottom level. We also had to remove our banisters after living there one day so they could attempt to bring the refrigerator upstairs only to find out that was not going to help. I share this to say, make sure your project manager is very transparent about spacing i.e. just because an appliance would fit in its proper space does not mean that it will be possible to get it into your home.

Our plan is to remove a piece of our deck, rent a forklift for $600 and bring it over the deck. I share this so folks can be prepared and think of these things during a time when so much is going on and you may not be prepared for these situations. I look forward to memories in our new home and hope for an experience moving forward where the promises we were shared are upheld. Thank you.

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Michael of Howell, NJ Verified Reviewer


Original review: Jan. 21, 2023

On 03-01-2022 we entered into a contract with Ryan Homes on a new build in Indigo Bay development in South Carolina estimated to be completed 10-15-2022. Our deposit was approximately $59,000 (Fifty-nine thousand dollars). After numerous delays and material issues the home was nearing completion mid December this year. On Sunday 12-11-2022 we visited the property to check on the progress of some of the deficiencies we alerted to the current project manager. Inside the attic above where our 4 year old daughter's bedroom was to be we heard a bubbling sound coming from the new HVAC unit. Water was actively splashing out of the emergency pan and onto the surrounding wood and insulation. I photographed and videoed the incident and immediately notified both the PM and sales agent via phone text message and email so that they could prevent further damage.

Our daughter has diagnosed asthma which can be severe at times. We have had to rush her to the emergency room on several occasions for breathing difficulty which was attributed to mold found in our previous residence. After an emotional conversation we agreed we were not willing take a chance of having mold in a brand new home due to water coming from a brand new but faulty HVAC unit. Ryan homes was notified of our decision. Several conversations took place between Ryan Homes reps and ourselves. They promised to fix the problem, had an HVAC company out to look at the unit and stated they had the area tested for moisture which was now in the normal range. We explained that despite those fixes we were too afraid to continue with the home.

We signed the mutual release and Ryan Homes/NVR kept the entire $59,000. They did not even offer a partial refund. A company that made almost 9 billion in revenue in 2021 did not even offer to give us something back so that we could continue our home search. Any parent who has experienced a child that can't breath being rushed to an ER would walk away from this purchase. Ryan Homes uses the poorest quality materials in the construction of these homes. The appliances are not new and may be refurbished.

26 people found this review helpful

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Jessica of Rockville, MD Verified Reviewer

Original review: Jan. 11, 2023

We were concerned about the supply chain issues that everyone was having, so we asked the sales person explicitly and we were told that “Ryan Homes does not have supply chain issues because we buy all of our supplies in advance.” LIE: our home delivery was delayed well over four months and they used the excuse of supply chain issues. They even try to sugarcoat that we got upgraded floors because the supplier ran out. I thought you bought everything ahead of time?

We wanted to lock in our interest rates early because we knew the Fed would increase rates. The sales person again explicitly told us that “NVR will offer you a rate lock for free once approved “ LIE: the rate lock was not free. The “free” part was that it could be added to the closing costs. What world do they live in where that is the definition of free? In addition, the lock in rate was only good for six months from the delivery date which no one told us. This cost us almost a 2% increase in rate because the Fed raised the rates just as we suspected. Which now ultimately cost us thousands of dollars more.

Ryan homes told us customer service was their number priority. LIE: this was the absolute worst lie we were told. Laughable really. Once we signed our contract and they took our down payment, POOF, the customer service disappeared! It was as if we were just a check mark on their commission check list. I had to send multiple aggressively worded emails just to get any sort of response. I also sent multiple emails requesting to be contacted by a director, SVP, or anyone that was in charge of managing the awful salesperson. No one ever contacted me! Not one senior person ever reached out to me! THEY JUST DIDN’T CARE. All we ever wanted was just real and honest responses instead of the months of lip service.

Next, here are some of the ignorant responses they gave us for their delays: War in Ukraine. The salesperson literally blamed the war in Ukraine for the delay of our home delivery. Unfortunately, this caught her in the act of another lie. When we signed the contract, we were very clear that we needed delivery in August. She was well aware of this and found us a home that “would” be delivered in August. We signed in February 2022, and starting in March of 2022, the delays and delivery date started to get pushed immediately. When she told us in August 2022 that the delay in delivery was due to a mechanical part (that was supposed to have already been delivered in November 2021 from Ukraine) she ALREADY knew the home could not be built and move in ready by August at the time of signing. Then she had the nerve to blame it on the war that started in April of 2022! Shame on her!!

We both were renting two separate apartments and kept asking for a delivery date because we needed to know what to do with our lease extensions. Her response to us saving money during the delays was “Well you would be paying rent anyway so it evens out”. It’s not just the rent. We had to extend both of our leases to short term leases, which in the real world is usually 3x the cost of a year’s lease. Then instead, we decided to move things to storage. Trucks, boxes, time off work, movers, etc all cost money. We were paying 3x the rent, month to month, while waiting for the delivery of our house because they refused to give use a date. PLEASE stop using this line with your buyers. It is out of touch, rude and just plain ignorant on your part. We did ask for financial compensation and they offered us very little. Yet online, they were offering to pay full closing costs for new buyers. See how much they care after you sign?

So not to be a complete negative Nancy, here is a silver lining to the whole process. The construction team and PM were the only ones with any real information and the only ones who were willing to communicate with us. The circle app was great, and the response time from the PM and his team was absolutely superb. They were the most honest group of the bunch, even when they had bad news to deliver, but at least they had the b*lls to tell us.

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Shilpa of Westfield, IN Verified Reviewer

Original review: Dec. 6, 2022

Never buy home with Ryan Homes. They lie about everything. It’s just been a week my house was handed over to me. But, I see issues everywhere in the house. Dry wall keeps cracking, stairs baseboards not attached properly. Cracks everywhere for the stairs baseboards. They missed to install design window at front elevation. Plant is missing in the backyard. Garage drywall has holes everywhere. No one is answering my calls or neither responding to my warranty requests. Whenever I call them it reached voicemail. They don’t even respond to text messages. One of the persons from warranty request says it’s a one time request to work on drywall cracks which will be done by end of the warranty period. How about my elevation design window. That is missing. My entire house look is gone because of their poor workmanship. Now, the house looks like a crap. It looks like a small kid's toy. Never ever buy house with Ryan Homes.

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Jaimie of Zephyrhills, FL Verified Reviewer

Original review: Nov. 22, 2022

I closed on my new construction in January, customer service from the sales side of things was great. That's where the good ends. In May I reported some moisture noticed in the main floor half bath to the warranty dept, plumbers came and said it was dry and to keep an eye on it because "they were not authorized" to break into the wall if there was no water. Fast forward to August and there is water running along the grout on the floor tiles, from the half bath and into the living room. Plumbers were sent, the toilet and the sink have been removed, the walls have been stripped, the faucet in the patio has been repaired (the actual pipes to it were not connected inside the walls), the floor tiles have been cut into, a leak detection person came in, a remediation company was sent in, and I could go on.

I have called the warranty dept 14 times since early September, and not one person has returned my call. I don't know if they actually found the leak yet, I don't know if there is mold in my house, I don't know when this is going to end. My family members and I are having to change work schedules to be present for all of this mess, put up with loud machines (80 decibels, I found a site to measure it) left in the house for weeks, and live through the dust, mud and grime, and the smell of humidity. The little bit that I do know of what's going on, has come from the plumbers and the remediation people. Ryan Homes has, not only not explained anything, they haven't even shown their face around my house. One of the supervisors said he would call me right back after a meeting he was going into, that was 19 days ago. I still haven't heard back.

42 people found this review helpful

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Garfield of Apopka, FL Verified Reviewer

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Original review: Nov. 17, 2022

I purchased the home a few months ago, when they give you the key, it's a nightmare to get warranty items fixed. I have a pantry that gets very hot, I submitted a warranty claim, warranty guy Kevin said his manager said nothing can be done. I asked to speak with him supervisor, Mike called and said "nothing can be done". Food is being stored in the pantry and the heat will cause the food to not last long and Ryan Home or any of their field personnel is not will or even try to resolve the problem.

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Tracey of Riverview, FL Verified Reviewer

Original review: Nov. 13, 2022

Note: our house is only a year and a half old. The house has a turret which is nice to look at but the engineering fails supporting heavy rain. Water accumulates in the valley and drips down into walls and electric. Ryan "fixed" the leak once but now claims every subsequent time an Act of God. We had a roofing company examine our most recent episode and said the replacement of shingles does not address the root cause - the design routes rain into a small area. Their recommendation is to spread out the roof line to allow a more natural direction for rain to travel toward the gutters. The roof repair, electrical fix, drywall replacement and painting will cost over $5,000. Horrible customer service and support of a faulty product sold.

14 people found this review helpful

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Heidi of Deland, FL Verified Reviewer

Original review: Oct. 4, 2022

After reading so many BAD reviews I thought it would be nice to tell you my experience with Ryan Homes in DeLand Florida. Our build went PERFECT and I mean perfect. So many people had issues with delays and getting materials. Not us. We looked at every builder in central Florida, every model and every floor plan. We researched for 6 months. Our only mistake was not contracting sooner because by the time we decided the price had gone up 10K. We contracted 2/2022, picked our lot (it was dirt) and was closed DONE 8/2022. Ryan Homes did everything they said they would do and more. The communication was the best, my project manager Mike was AWESOME.

We just went through hurricane IAN and the house stood up just fine. We didn't lose power, not a shingle blew off and we didn't flood. What impressed me the most was we were told the Project Managers would be off from that Wednesday until the following Monday because of the storm. The day of the storm (we got hit at night) and the day after who did I see and talk to? The Project Manager. They were concerned. For the record our home is block, hurricane proof windows. I think up to 140 mph winds? I love my new home and the area it's in. In my book Ryan Homes builds a great product here in FLORIDA.

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Roman of Mc Donald, PA Verified Reviewer

Original review: Oct. 4, 2022

We bought a new home from Ryan Homes in Mcdonald PA, and the posts on the porch didn't line up, it's visible by eye, one posts is 3 inches from edge, and the other posts is 5 inches from edge, and I requested warranty service to fix this problem, and they get back to me is this is under their tolerance...and they won't fix it, they can't even built a straight line, how suppose they can build your ideal home!

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Gora of Westfield, IN Verified Reviewer

Original review: Oct. 3, 2022

I am writing this before closing, if they see these reviews, so they may know there is unhappy customers out there. I would like to caution anyone considering doing business with these people. My experience has been excruciating to say the least! They throw their customer service out the window once you sign their contract!

I advise anyone considering engaging them, to have their contract proofread by a professional, either a lawyer or realtor. Thank me later! Do not fall into the trap of sitting with their salesperson to go over the contract, where she explains to you what is in the contract, her promises on what they will deliver may not necessarily be documented. When they fail to deliver according to your discussion and their word, she will refer to that contract and refuse in your face that she ever made commitments. In my case, we discussed the date by which they should have completed building my house, October 20th.

In light of that date, she gave me a two-month window period. In her contract she had a 3-month window period starting August ending October. She never specified October 20th! Asking her how long was her window period supposed to be she now says Aug to Oct, but that’s 3 months not two, for it to be two months and spanning Aug to Oct there has to be a date in October where this window terminates which then spans two month period from Aug to Oct like Aug 21th to Oct 20th (2-months!). This will cost me a lot more in accommodation and storage costs.

Another thing they are not flexible, should you wish for adjustments during construction! I requested additional electric outlets. These could easily be accommodated when working with any good company, but they refused. There is no structural adjustment there. Not to mention I was willing to pay.

The project manager does not accommodate questions. He was just rude to me. I didn’t feel free to ask him anything. All he wants is to lecture you like a kid. He had the nerve to tell me that ‘...this is not a negotiation, I tell you how thing are going to happen…’ Like it’s a donation or a gift! Man, this is a paid service, I earned every right to say something about how things are going.

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Who is the best national home builder? ›

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How long does a Ryan home take to build? ›

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What is Ryan Homes slogan? ›

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What is the highest quality siding? ›

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By contrast, Hardie® fiber cement siding is more durable and up to 5x thicker than vinyl siding. It easily stands up to the elements, resisting damage from wind, rain, freezing temperatures and hail, and gives homes years of protection with low maintenance.

Who is the best quality home builder in 2022? ›

Company fact: As of 2022, D.R. Horton has held the top spot on the Builder 100 for 20 consecutive years.

Who is the #1 home builder in the US? ›

D.R. Horton

Who are the best home builders 2023? ›

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The most trusted home builders, in order, were Taylor Morrison, Ashton Woods, LGI Homes, TriPointe Homes, Dream Finders, Stanley Martin, Mattamy Homes, Toll Brothers, K.

Is it cheaper to buy a house or build it? ›

In general, buying an existing home is cheaper. According to the National Association of Home Builders and the U.S. Census Bureau the median cost to buy a house today is $410,600 which is $28,800 less than building one.

What cabinets do Ryan Homes use? ›

We use Timberlake Cabinetry cabinets in our homes to ensure that our kitchen space is not only functional and reliable, but also a beautiful place for family and guests to enjoy! Shawntil Eure and 50 others like this.

How long does it take to build a 3000 sf house? ›

For a home that's approximately 3,000 square feet, you can anticipate about eight to ten months of construction time, provided that the market doesn't slow things down due to higher demand. If you're building a 6,000-square-foot home, anticipate a construction time of 12 to 13 months.

Where are the cheapest new construction homes in the US? ›

Cheapest Places To Build A House
  • Spring Hill, Tennessee.
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Should I buy a house now or wait for recession? ›

Lower Home Prices – There are fewer homebuyers during a recession. This low demand from the buy-side will cause home prices to fall. Therefore, you can typically get a better price on a home when buying during a recession. Less Competition – Fewer homebuyers means less competition and a more relaxed homebuying process.

Who owns the Ryan Company? ›

Ryan opens offices in Austin, Texas; Milwaukee, Wisconsin; and Seattle, Washington. Jeff Smith, Brian Murray and Mike McElroy become partial owners of the company, along with Pat Ryan, Tim Gray and the Jim Ryan family.

What is the most popular vinyl siding 2022? ›

White. A timeless classic, this color is at the very top of the list for 2022.

What is the most waterproof siding for a house? ›

Vinyl Siding: The Quintessential Choice for Budgets

Being made of polyvinyl chloride, vinyl siding is essentially waterproof. This house siding won't absorb moisture and easily sheds rain.

What thickness vinyl siding is best? ›

How thick is a quality siding? The American Society of Testing and Materials requires vinyl siding to be 0.035 inches thick, but the most durable vinyl panels are at least 0.04 inches thick.

What was the main problem with fiber cement board siding? ›

Cutting fiber cement siding generates respirable crystalline silica, a known human carcinogen. Inhaling too much silica can lead to silicosis, lung cancer, and COPD.

What are the cons of Hardie board? ›

The Disadvantages Of Hardie Board Siding

This material is heavier than vinyl, which means installation requires more labor and specialized installation. The material itself is also more costly than most vinyl options.

Does James Hardie siding rot? ›

James Hardie® siding, unlike wood or vinyl siding, will not rot, warp, or burn. HardiePlank® is a fiber cement based siding, so it's impervious to water, termites, woodpeckers, and any other animal you can think of.

What is the cheapest house to build in 2022? ›

Ranch Homes

A home with a simple and concise layout is the cheapest type of house to build. Ranch homes are typically single-story structures with attached garages. They're easy to find construction plans for and highly customizable, so you can find a home that fits your needs and budget.

Is 2022 a good year to build a house? ›

Barring any unforeseen calamities, 2022 could be a good year for homebuilders and buyers. However, the effects of inflation, new COVID variants, or other market disruptions could change everything.

Do new builds go down in price? ›

Do new builds lose value? New build values can depreciate in the short term, simply because they are no longer 'new'. So, if you're only planning to stay in your property for a short period time, a new build may not be right for you as an investment.

Who is the most trusted builder survey? ›

Based on a Net Trust Quotient Score of 118.4, Taylor Morrison had the highest trust rating in the 2023 study. In the Lifestory Research 2023 America's Most Trusted® Study, 54,208 customers shopping for a new home were surveyed and asked their opinions of the nation's largest home builders.

Who is the richest home builder? ›

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What is the name of the best construction company in USA? ›

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What is the best brand of manufactured homes? ›

The Best Mobile Home Manufacturers of 2023
  • Champion Home Builders: Best Overall.
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What are the top 5 modular homes? ›

Best Modular Home Manufacturers of 2023
  • Best Overall: Champion Homes.
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What is the best prefab home company? ›

The best prefab home builders
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Will construction costs go down in 2022? ›

Like many sectors, the construction industry will not go unscathed. 2022 has seen a continual rise in construction material costs and the most recent Building Materials & Components Index reported a 16.7% increase for “All Work” for September 2022 year on year.

Will construction costs go down in 2023? ›

The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) reports that while housing costs have risen over the last ten years, cost increases should return to the national average of between 2 and 4 % in 2023.

What is the cheapest house to build? ›

A tiny home may be the cheapest house to build. Generally, a tiny home is a living structure under 600 square feet, with the average size for a tiny house only 225 square feet, according to a survey.

What brand of paint does Ryan Homes use? ›

Sherwin-Williams, our partner, creates a seemingly endless array of rich and beautiful paint shades. If you're interested in transforming a room with some worldly flavor, check out their Global Spice collection.

What company makes the best cabinets? ›

Best Kitchen Cabinet Makers of 2023
  • Best Overall: KraftMaid.
  • Best on a Budget: Ikea.
  • Best for High-End: Starmark Cabinetry.
  • Best for Customization: Wellborn Cabinet.
  • Best for DIY: CliqStudios.
  • Best Ready-to-Assemble: The RTA Store.
  • Best for European Style: Porcelanosa.
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What are high quality cabinets made of? ›

Cabinet boxes are typically built of plywood or particleboard. The most robust cabinets have full plywood sides and backs to stay square during delivery and installation, handle the weight of heavy countertops, and resist damage from moisture. Particleboard is a less expensive alternative.

How much will it cost to build a house in in 2000 Sqft? ›

10 lakhs. For the construction of a 2000 sq ft house, the total cost of the building @ Rs. 2000 per sq. ft will be around Rs.

How much does it cost to build a 3000 sq ft modern house? ›

According to HomeAdvisor, the average cost of building a new home is $50 to $400 per square foot.
The cost to build a house, per square foot.
Square feetAverage cost
2,500$250,000 - $500,000
2,700$270,000 - $540,000
3,000$300,000 - $600,000
4,000$400,000 - $800,000
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Dec 1, 2022

Is a 3000 square-foot house considered big? ›

Is 3000 square feet a big house? The average house in the U.S. is about 2400 square feet, so a 3000-square-foot house is considered larger than average. Extra space can lead to extra luxuries, including a more spacious kitchen and bedrooms or fun bonus rooms like a library or home gym.

What state is the cheapest to buy a house? ›

The cheapest state to buy a house in the US is West Virgina, with an average home there costing $129,103. That number is almost $30,000 less than average home price in the next cheapest state, Mississippi ($157,828), and less than half the US national average of $344,141, according to the Zillow Home Value Index.

What state is the most expensive to buy a house? ›

Oregon is the most expensive state to buy a house in 2022. $514,568 was the average house price in the United States in Q4 2021.

What state is easiest to build a house? ›

1. Oklahoma. Cheap labor and building costs help Oklahoma land in the No.

Will 2023 be a better year to buy a house? ›

Redfin deputy chief economist Taylor Marr expects about 16% fewer existing home sales in 2023 vs 2022. Marr believes potential buyers are still grappling with affordability, high mortgage rates, high home prices, inflation, and a potential recession. “People will only move if they need to,” Marr says.

Why you shouldn't buy a house right now? ›

Inventory is down partly because homebuilders are building fewer homes and apartments. According to, the number of US active listings has declined from about 1 to 1.5 million before the pandemic to about 500,000 – 600,000 during the pandemic, although the number has now started to rise.

Will house prices rise in next 5 years? ›

House price predictions for the next 5 years

Assuming that interest rates peak then ease from mid-2024, Savills is forecasting that house values will start to recover and that the average UK house price will rise by 6% over the next five years.

Who are Ryan companies competitors? ›

Alternatives and possible competitors to Ryan Companies may include Holladay Properties , Värde Partners , and Sun Communities .

Where is Ryan's dad from? ›

Ryan Kaji's parents Shion and Loann met as undergraduate students at Texas Tech University. Shion moved to the United States from Japan in high school and is the son of a microchip executive. Loann's family fled from Vietnam as refugees, and she grew up in Houston hoping to become a teacher, which she later did.

How many employees does Ryan have? ›

Ryan Companies US has 1,250 employees.
Ryan Companies US Diversity.
CEOBrian Murray
IndustryReal Estate
Company TypePrivate
Employees Who Are Women40%
Executives Who Are Women11%
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What siding does Clayton homes use? ›

Luckily, each Clayton Built® manufactured home is built with quality materials such as: Vinyl or fiber cement siding.

What is the most popular house siding? ›

The low cost, versatility and easy maintenance of vinyl siding has helped it become the most popular siding choice in the United States.

How do I know what brand of siding I have? ›

The best way to tell what type of siding it is, is to go to an unfinished area like the attic, and look on the backside of the board to find the manufacturer's name or an AHA code (The American Hardboard Association). This will help you determine the manufacturer of the product and where it was made.

What type of siding do modern homes use? ›

Fiber cement's versatility makes it one of the best sidings for modern homes, giving you plenty of options that are modern, contemporary, and the perfect fit for your home.

Do Clayton Homes have drywall? ›

At Clayton, we like to offer you a variety of options so you can find the home that fits you, from the ceilings to the floor and the walls in between. A drywall interior is an option in many Clayton Built® manufactured homes and helps give your home a streamlined, clean look.

Do Clayton Homes have studs? ›

Our exterior walls are most frequently constructed with standard 2x4” studs, but they could also be constructed with 2x3” or 2x6” studs depending on a variety of factors such as: Home site thermal zone.

What kind of flooring is in Clayton Homes? ›

Clayton homes are built from quality, durable materials from trusted brands to make sure they're both stylish and long-lasting. And our floors are no exception. We offer resilient vinyl or linoleum flooring, tile and Shaw® carpet in a variety of styles and finishes to help you personalize your home.

What exterior color of house sells best? ›

"Generally, going with neutral colors like shades of white, beige, taupe, and grays lead to a faster sale," she shares. "Neutral colors are also more appealing to potential buyers because many want the creative freedom of a blank canvas to add their personal touches to when looking for a new place to call home.

What is the most popular siding color of 2022? ›

White. A timeless classic, this color is at the very top of the list for 2022.

What color siding has the best resale value? ›

White – White is always a classic color that will never go out of style. White painted siding has the highest resale value, but it's also one of the most complex colors to maintain since it shows dirt and grime easily.

What is the most common vinyl siding? ›

Dutch Lap Siding

The most popular type of vinyl siding is Dutch Lap. This style was first used in the early settler days and origins that trace back to Northern Europe. Dutch Lap siding has a decorative groove atop the board and creates beautiful shadow lines.

Is all vinyl siding the same quality? ›

This does not mean it's an inferior option in terms of quality, compared with pricier materials such as wood or fiber cement. However, it's important to understand that not all vinyl is the same. Quality and craftsmanship is a major indicator of replacement siding cost.

What determines the quality of vinyl siding? ›

Vinyl Composition – The materials used to manufacture vinyl siding determines the durability and quality. Some manufacturers add fillers like chalk or other recycled material to bump up the thickness of the siding without actually adding any value.

What is the popular siding for 2023? ›

The exterior building products manufacturer commissioned a national survey conducted online by The Harris Poll to predict the top siding color choice for 2023. The results found the majority of homeowners would lighten up their exteriors with trending neutral colors, such as cream, white, light gray, and light brown.

What is the best siding style for 2022? ›

In 2021, fiber-cement siding had the best ROI when comparing low-maintenance options. In 2022, the most durable siding is... Steel! Steel siding offers high-performing durability with an easy maintenance schedule for homeowners but what puts it above other materials is it's long lifespan.

What is the popular siding for 2022? ›

Dark, Earthy Siding Colors

Maroon, navy blue, burgundy, forest green, and dark brown are among some of the most beautiful dark siding selections that will be seeing a boost in popularity in 2022.


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