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MI Homes Corporate Office

M/I Homes Corporate Office Address

M/I Homes, Inc.
3 Easton Oval Suite 500
Columbus, OH 43219

Contact M/I Homes

Phone Number: (614) 418-8000
Fax Number: (614) 418-8080
Website: http://www.mihomes.com
Email: Email M/I Homes

Executives

CEO: Robert H. Schottenstein
CFO: Phillip G. Creek
COO: J. Thomas Mason

M/I Homes History

M/I Homes was founded in 1976 as M/I Schottenstein Homes by Irving and Melvin Schottenstein.  Headquarted in Columbus, Ohio, the company has built more than 78,000 homes since its inception.

MI currently operates in Ohio (Columbus, Cincinnati, Dayton), Illinois (Chicago), Indiana (Indianapolis), Florida (Tampa, Orlando), North Carolina (Charlotte, Raleigh), Virginia, Maryland and Texas.

M/I currently operates under three different brands: M/I Homes, TriStone Homes and Showcase Homes.

Besides homebuilding, the company also has a large financial services division which originates and sells mortgages.  They also sell title insurance and offer closing services.

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Joann smith July 7, 2014 at 11:32 pm

Bought our home 4 months ago.Our lawn is mainly dead sod.We were told you only give starter lawns so our yard is what it is.No where did I read or was told we were buying our home with a starter lawn.Also my flooring was not put in correctly and has started expanding to the point it is pushing out my base boards.Mi/homes has sent someone out twice now and the floor is not fixed.IT is extremely upsetting to have these issue when we have spent our hard earned money to purchase this home and MI/ homes doesn’t care.

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Felicia Worsham July 2, 2014 at 9:06 pm

Good Evening. 
I am unsure if this is the appropriate destination to forward the attached information. 
If it is incorrect, I kindly ask you to route this attached information, conversation and photo to the person or department associated. 
Two weeks ago my back yard flooded. On last night, severe weather warning returned. 
The attached picture captures the third incident of flooding. On one occasion the complex lost power

The chain of emails detail the conversation via email with Carl Busch, a customer service rep with M/I homes. 

On today, Mr. Busch met the an unknown group to discuss this matter. 

Mr. Busch informed me that it would be my responsibility to call the city of Aurora Illinois and inform them of the run off from the adjacent farm.

My reply is simply as such, how and when does it become the responsibility of the purchaser to correct a planning over site?  In addition, how does the owner have full usage of land that is subjected to flooding if any significant amount of rain falls?  

As a homeowner, I am responsible to pay taxes on a land of usage. With this image a great portion of my land is unusable.  

This to me appears to be more than “we built the home according to the plans” matter. Its about the unforeseen architectural flaws that manifest themselves in an unpredictable capacity. 

Again, i do apologize if this is the incorrect email address and simply ask to reroute where necessary. 

Felicia Worsham

XXXX Church Rd 

Aurora Il

felicia worsham
 July 1, 2014 at 4:09:12 PM CDT
 Carl Busch
 

This is an unacceptable resolution. 
There is no way thus should have been approved with this magnitude if run off. 

There is an electrical transformer in the middle of a trench.

Additionally, any severe weather, i.e freezing and unthawing and/or rain, places the residents with the possibility of loosing power. 

That was the third time for flooding and last night was not better.   

On Jul 1, 2014, at 3:19 PM, “Carl Busch” wrote:

The grade was checked and correct according to the plans the city approved. So may be the city can do something with the farm to help the run off? You may want to contact them.
Let me know if I can help with other concerns in the future

—–Original
From: felicia worsham [mailto:xxxx@hotmail.com] 

To: Carl Busch
Subject: Re: flooding

On Jul 1, 2014, at 8:25 AM, “Carl Busch” wrote:

I have a meeting this morning at the main office and I’ll know more later today.

—–Original Message—–
From: felicia worsham [mailto:xxxx@hotmail.com] 

To: Carl Busch
Subject: Re: flooding

Good Morning.

Was there a proposed action plan discussed on yesterday ?

On Jun 26, 2014, at 9:59 AM, “Carl Busch” wrote:

Our land development dept is looking into this Monday. I wish there wad a quick fix.
I’ll let you know asap when I hear something.

Carl Busch
Customer Care Supervisor

xxxx@mihomes.com

——– Original message ——–
From: felicia worsham

To: Carl Busch
Subject: Re: flooding

Hi Carl:

More rain is in the forecast.

On Jun 23, 2014, at 10:10 AM, “Carl Busch” wrote:

Carl Busch
Customer Care Supervisor

xxxx@mihomes.com

——– Original message ——–
From: felicia worsham

To: Carl Busch
Subject: Re: flooding

Good Morning.

Thank you!  Im really concerned because this is the third time this has happened. In one of the events I lost power.

I would like to be included in ant discussions, this could potentially become unstable ground that deriorates therefore ultimately causing the backyard to erode.

On Jun 23, 2014, at 9:43 AM, “Carl Busch” <xxxx@MIHOMES.com> wrote:

Ray, the super here looked on the plans and there isn’t a retaining wall in the city approved plans for behind your home. Ray did contact land development for MI Homes and they will look onto it further.
I’ll let you know asap when I hear a reply from the dept

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Ewa Kilian June 11, 2014 at 3:08 pm

I purchased a house from MI Homes in 2013, not very happy, actually very disappointed with th equality. I contacted MI million times, some main items still not fixed, seems they do not care.

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Frederic Policastro August 26, 2013 at 9:40 pm

Sirs your company has sold my wife and I a lemon of a house. Not only is there a substandard wiring in the house (3 bedrooms and a hallway on one 15 amp circuit, the dining room wall outlet cannot handle a 12 amp vacuum) Now we find that they laid sod directly on top of ROCK, no dirt between, therefore the grass is dying rather than growing. All Steve Suttles and his team said was since they have not done work prior there is no recourse. To clue you guys in, MI excavated and built on the land therefore Steve Suttle’s team knew the rock was there and they still laid sod on it and sold it as is. This is very sad business ethics. I have started and now further promoting the Face Book page Don’t Buy MI Homes. I am not looking for a quick buck, just the American Dream.

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Joann smith July 7, 2014 at 11:36 pm

We also have dead so delayed over a yard full of rocks and bricks and was told.Not there problem they give starter lawns and don’t guarantee there lawns that’s a crock.

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Karl Fink July 30, 2013 at 5:57 pm

We have a serious issue in our neighborhood right now. Because of the lack of tarp protection and the heavy rains debris continues to wash into the alley behind my house and my neighbors. I had a flat tire driving out of my neighborhood and when I went to get it fixed I had nails in 2 of the other tires. Because of the location of the nails they had to be replaced. My daughter picked up 20 plus more over the weekend and right now they can’t play basketball or anything else because of the health risk of stepping on one. We are also forced to park in the street for fear of other flat tires. I’m asking you for full reimbursement for the tires and for somebody to tarp these areas to catch the debris. If you read below I’m not the only one having these issues. I have attached what I dropped off with Jamie. Thank you

I sent this in an email at 2:55 yesterday and haven’t had a response from Steve Suttles in Charlotte NC

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Steven Duffey July 15, 2013 at 12:09 pm

I am interested in doing construction cleanup in the Cincinnati area and I wasn’t sure who to contact.Can you please email me the contact information. Thank you

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Russell Hughes February 11, 2013 at 1:08 pm

I am contacting you to ask for your point of contact for your property insurance department. Last weekend my wife and I were visiting one of your model homes when my wife tripped on a landscape retainer and fell on the model home driveway. She has injuries that exceed my own insurance coverage and need to speak with someone about filing a claim with your property insurance.

Thank you for your assistance.

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