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David Weekley Homes, the nation’s largest privately-held home builder, offers new homes in Colorado Springs, Colorado! The Springs, as it’s known by locals, makes a beautiful home for Olympic athletes, military servicemen and women, fitness junkies and more. But even if you aren’t a world-class athlete, Colorado Springs has plenty to offer.

Colorado Springs is the ideal environment for young families with low unemployment rates, exemplary school systems and a healthy lifestyle. All of these factors were taken into consideration when it was recognition as one of the top 15 locations in the United States for raising a family.

In addition, Colorado recently ranked as one of the top 30 real estate markets in the nation due to its rising property values, job growth, and historical market trends. Plus, U.S. News and World Report ranked Colorado Springs as the No. 2 Best Place to Live, out of 125 metro areas in the country.

With Pikes Peak looming in the distance, the Springs has one of the most stunning backdrops in the U.S., and the nearby Rocky Mountains provide endless entertainment in the form of running, hiking, skiing, and more. Colorado Springs combines Colorado beauty with a conservative, family-friendly atmosphere that provides a nice balance to its neighbors in Denver.

David Weekley Homes is the premier home builder in the Colorado Springs area with its award-winning selection of custom home designs. These include professional finishes, flooring, paint colors, countertops, fixtures, and more.

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Ratings & Reviews
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Incredible customer service From start to finish - the entire experience has been such a pleasure from the sales team to the builders and everyone in between. The weekly communication and updates were extremely helpful with managing expectations and I couldn’t be happier with how everything worked out. Even through the supply chain issues they kept pushing my home along and kept me in the loop of any minor delays or concerns. Am so grateful for their hard work and dedication to giving an excellent product and the best customer service possible. Namely - Liz, Kathy, Greg, Nick and Denny have just exceeded all my expectations!
Date published: 2022-11-14
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Process was drawn out and many things went wrong We were initially sold on the quality of work that David weekly promises to deliver. After almost an entire year from our original intended closing date, we finally closed on our house. Several contractors and tradesmen were fired during the build, did poor work, and had to come back repeatedly to fix things that werent done correctly. The workers didnt respect the property they were working on and trash was left in our home as well as new holes and broken things each time we walked through. Corners were cut and quality did feel compromised. We got an update call weekly that basically told us nothing. Rarely were thing actually making progress during the progress calls. Several things were left undone when we closed even after the extended period of time they had to complete our house. After we closed, our contractor stopped answering our texts and referred us to the warranty lady who gives us the second degree on everything we want to be done correctly THE FIRST TIME. My husband and I feel like we had to FIGHT FOR QUALITY and wouldn’t ever do this again.
Date published: 2022-09-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Couldn't have asked for a better team! Liz and Greg were extremely helpful every step of the way and even after we closed and moved in! We seriously couldn't have asked for a better team, they made sure we knew things that weren't common knowledge about home care and we couldn't be more thankful. We felt like they were always going the extra mile to make sure we were educated and comfortable with our home.
Date published: 2022-08-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing experience! We had an amazing experience. Our Sales agent Terri and our builder Nick had our backs throughout the whole process. We never imagined we could get so lucky with such amazing people and customer service! To make our experience even sweeter, our warranty rep Kimberly has been amazing as well and we look forward to working with her more soon!
Date published: 2022-07-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Could have been better! The overall experience was ok. I have to separate the different stages to give a better explanation of experiences. At the beginning of this journey, everything was great. Our sales person Pegan was amazing. The design phase all the way through breaking ground went great and we felt we made the right decision choosing David Weekley. Then the build began and it seemed as though the process started falling apart. Although we were given warning that there may be times throughout the build were there seemed to be no progress, rest assured things were either being scheduled, like inspections, or that the vendors were working on items that were sometimes not recognizable but work was being done. Unfortunately, that became a norm rather than an anomaly. I recognize that I am not a builder and there are things happening behind the scenes that I was not aware of, but anyone paying attention could see that there were scheduling inefficiencies that created longer than normal stale periods of construction. I polled other friends and family who were building at the time and even with the delays in material availability, their homes were on track and schedule to complete within the timeframe given to them upon signing. There were items brought to the attention of David Weekley that were not addressed and created additional work which caused more delays; it was a mess. The house was literally being finished as we walked in after completing closing papers. The sales person and the builder were great throughout as far as communicating, but the communications became more and more frustrating as we would hear the future weeks plan only to find out on the next call, none of it was done. We lost 2.5 points on our rate due to the length of time it took to close, there seemed to be no urgency, no appropriate prioritization, and very poor planning. I also realize that the market is different depending on the region, but I would venture to say that $600,000 is a lot of money for anyone, and in my opinion, the craftsmanship displayed was not up to par. Items I would consider as routine tasks, Wall placement, sheetrock, paint, etc., were sub par and had to constantly be fixed. It took almost 16 months from signing to close for the build to be completed. We had to resign 1 month in because they sold us the wrong lot due to the elevation restrictions which added more time. We were told that we would have some say in our front landscaping, we were not afforded that luxury. The most disappointing part of it all was we didn't have the ability to stand our ground and wait to have everything fixed pre close due to our living arrangements that exceeded our original time frame by almost 6 months from the worse case time frame given at signing. We were powerless and had to rely on warranty to get our items fixed. At the end of the day, we received a house that we desperately needed to get into, and the feeling of relief is greater than the my happiness with the process/build. While we were able to perform "blue tape walks", everything towards the end was rushed, things were getting thrown together. We were told that once the appliances went in that for security purposes the house would be locked after hours, it was never locked. Essentially, nothing with the build was consistent, most of what we were told came off as lip service and excuses because nothing was being completed as we were told. In fact we asked at one point to be told what had happened rather than what was going to happen because nothing was happening as planned. Now that I have been in the home for a bit over the month, I am finding that my neighbors had similar experiences which affirms my perception of the build in my specific situation. Even when we asked for higher level management to be involved, it didn't change this situation. I know others with David Weekley homes in other areas that had wonderful experiences, but that was not the case for this neighborhood.
Date published: 2022-07-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Come and be my new neighbor! Buying a new home can be exciting and scary; but also, you're not just building a home, you're building a life for yourself and your family. Communication with the builder and sales team is key to feeling comfortable with your purchase decision and all that comes with it. Logan and Pegan were that and more, consistently giving me weekly status updates and a firm welcome to see the progress firsthand on the weekends. I was assured and reassured every step of the way. There were some delays and that is to be expected in today's construction climate, but we made it and I couldn’t be happier. I have over 20 years experience in architecture and related construction industries and I will say without hesitation, I’ve never known a homebuilder so focused on the details as the David Weekly team; not just the details and finishes of the home, but in their customer experience too.
Date published: 2022-05-10
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Decent experience overall, even with delays When we purchased the house in April, the estimated date of completion was Oct. Our sales rep and builder were pretty good about providing weekly updates. As the year moved on, the updates kept pushing the date further "it's looking like Nov...then Dec, definitely by Christmas, sorry not Christmas, definitely in 2021...oh, sorry it's going to be early January" It went on like this for months. They claimed supply chain and labor issues due to COVID. Meanwhile houses that were available to purchase when we were looking at lots and were started at the same time as ours were finished and being lived in since November, so that argument doesn't bear much weight. We were finally given a closing date of late January. We gave our notice to the apartment we were renting, changed our insurance, credit cards, and all the other address changes only to be told in early January that our closing date had to get pushed another month to late February. In hindsight, we would not have chosen to rent a short-term $120/day apartment if we'd known the build would take 4 months longer than originally anticipated (do the math and that's over $14k out of our pockets we were not anticipating). The build process and delay after delay were very, very frustrating. That didn't seem to concern DW as we never heard much in the way of an apology, just excuses that held no water. Now that we're finally in the home, other than some sloppy paint here and there, we're quite happy with how the house turned out and love the community we're in.
Date published: 2022-04-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Continual delay in getting our house. First of all, we do like the home very much. However, the journey to get to this point was arduous and one we would hope no one else has to go through again. When we purchased the home, we were told it would be ready in October. With each phone call from our builder and sales representative, the date continually moved. The reasons were COVID, trade issues, and supply chain problems. We completely understood the issues. However, if that were the case, how is it many homes, sold after ours, were completed months before ours. And those houses/lots weren't even available for sale when we purchased ours. We never received an answer as to how that happened. It didn't seem as if there was an urgency and no one, to include the President of Operations that serves our area, really provided an answer other than providing the David Weekley party line (COVID, labor shortages, and supply chain issues). It is a shame that no one within the company was able to step up and just say, "We messed up." We felt our building supervisor was in over his head and didn't show initiative. Not that our issue was the only reason, but since our move in, he is no longer an employee with David Weekley. I believe the chain of command failed him and us as the customer.
Date published: 2022-04-15
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Incredible customer service From start to finish - the entire experience has been such a pleasure from the sales team to the builders and everyone in between. The weekly communication and updates were extremely helpful with managing expectations and I couldn’t be happier with how everything worked out. Even through the supply chain issues they kept pushing my home along and kept me in the loop of any minor delays or concerns. Am so grateful for their hard work and dedication to giving an excellent product and the best customer service possible. Namely - Liz, Kathy, Greg, Nick and Denny have just exceeded all my expectations!
Date published: 2022-11-14
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Process was drawn out and many things went wrong We were initially sold on the quality of work that David weekly promises to deliver. After almost an entire year from our original intended closing date, we finally closed on our house. Several contractors and tradesmen were fired during the build, did poor work, and had to come back repeatedly to fix things that werent done correctly. The workers didnt respect the property they were working on and trash was left in our home as well as new holes and broken things each time we walked through. Corners were cut and quality did feel compromised. We got an update call weekly that basically told us nothing. Rarely were thing actually making progress during the progress calls. Several things were left undone when we closed even after the extended period of time they had to complete our house. After we closed, our contractor stopped answering our texts and referred us to the warranty lady who gives us the second degree on everything we want to be done correctly THE FIRST TIME. My husband and I feel like we had to FIGHT FOR QUALITY and wouldn’t ever do this again.
Date published: 2022-09-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Couldn't have asked for a better team! Liz and Greg were extremely helpful every step of the way and even after we closed and moved in! We seriously couldn't have asked for a better team, they made sure we knew things that weren't common knowledge about home care and we couldn't be more thankful. We felt like they were always going the extra mile to make sure we were educated and comfortable with our home.
Date published: 2022-08-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing experience! We had an amazing experience. Our Sales agent Terri and our builder Nick had our backs throughout the whole process. We never imagined we could get so lucky with such amazing people and customer service! To make our experience even sweeter, our warranty rep Kimberly has been amazing as well and we look forward to working with her more soon!
Date published: 2022-07-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Could have been better! The overall experience was ok. I have to separate the different stages to give a better explanation of experiences. At the beginning of this journey, everything was great. Our sales person Pegan was amazing. The design phase all the way through breaking ground went great and we felt we made the right decision choosing David Weekley. Then the build began and it seemed as though the process started falling apart. Although we were given warning that there may be times throughout the build were there seemed to be no progress, rest assured things were either being scheduled, like inspections, or that the vendors were working on items that were sometimes not recognizable but work was being done. Unfortunately, that became a norm rather than an anomaly. I recognize that I am not a builder and there are things happening behind the scenes that I was not aware of, but anyone paying attention could see that there were scheduling inefficiencies that created longer than normal stale periods of construction. I polled other friends and family who were building at the time and even with the delays in material availability, their homes were on track and schedule to complete within the timeframe given to them upon signing. There were items brought to the attention of David Weekley that were not addressed and created additional work which caused more delays; it was a mess. The house was literally being finished as we walked in after completing closing papers. The sales person and the builder were great throughout as far as communicating, but the communications became more and more frustrating as we would hear the future weeks plan only to find out on the next call, none of it was done. We lost 2.5 points on our rate due to the length of time it took to close, there seemed to be no urgency, no appropriate prioritization, and very poor planning. I also realize that the market is different depending on the region, but I would venture to say that $600,000 is a lot of money for anyone, and in my opinion, the craftsmanship displayed was not up to par. Items I would consider as routine tasks, Wall placement, sheetrock, paint, etc., were sub par and had to constantly be fixed. It took almost 16 months from signing to close for the build to be completed. We had to resign 1 month in because they sold us the wrong lot due to the elevation restrictions which added more time. We were told that we would have some say in our front landscaping, we were not afforded that luxury. The most disappointing part of it all was we didn't have the ability to stand our ground and wait to have everything fixed pre close due to our living arrangements that exceeded our original time frame by almost 6 months from the worse case time frame given at signing. We were powerless and had to rely on warranty to get our items fixed. At the end of the day, we received a house that we desperately needed to get into, and the feeling of relief is greater than the my happiness with the process/build. While we were able to perform "blue tape walks", everything towards the end was rushed, things were getting thrown together. We were told that once the appliances went in that for security purposes the house would be locked after hours, it was never locked. Essentially, nothing with the build was consistent, most of what we were told came off as lip service and excuses because nothing was being completed as we were told. In fact we asked at one point to be told what had happened rather than what was going to happen because nothing was happening as planned. Now that I have been in the home for a bit over the month, I am finding that my neighbors had similar experiences which affirms my perception of the build in my specific situation. Even when we asked for higher level management to be involved, it didn't change this situation. I know others with David Weekley homes in other areas that had wonderful experiences, but that was not the case for this neighborhood.
Date published: 2022-07-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Come and be my new neighbor! Buying a new home can be exciting and scary; but also, you're not just building a home, you're building a life for yourself and your family. Communication with the builder and sales team is key to feeling comfortable with your purchase decision and all that comes with it. Logan and Pegan were that and more, consistently giving me weekly status updates and a firm welcome to see the progress firsthand on the weekends. I was assured and reassured every step of the way. There were some delays and that is to be expected in today's construction climate, but we made it and I couldn’t be happier. I have over 20 years experience in architecture and related construction industries and I will say without hesitation, I’ve never known a homebuilder so focused on the details as the David Weekly team; not just the details and finishes of the home, but in their customer experience too.
Date published: 2022-05-10
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Decent experience overall, even with delays When we purchased the house in April, the estimated date of completion was Oct. Our sales rep and builder were pretty good about providing weekly updates. As the year moved on, the updates kept pushing the date further "it's looking like Nov...then Dec, definitely by Christmas, sorry not Christmas, definitely in 2021...oh, sorry it's going to be early January" It went on like this for months. They claimed supply chain and labor issues due to COVID. Meanwhile houses that were available to purchase when we were looking at lots and were started at the same time as ours were finished and being lived in since November, so that argument doesn't bear much weight. We were finally given a closing date of late January. We gave our notice to the apartment we were renting, changed our insurance, credit cards, and all the other address changes only to be told in early January that our closing date had to get pushed another month to late February. In hindsight, we would not have chosen to rent a short-term $120/day apartment if we'd known the build would take 4 months longer than originally anticipated (do the math and that's over $14k out of our pockets we were not anticipating). The build process and delay after delay were very, very frustrating. That didn't seem to concern DW as we never heard much in the way of an apology, just excuses that held no water. Now that we're finally in the home, other than some sloppy paint here and there, we're quite happy with how the house turned out and love the community we're in.
Date published: 2022-04-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Continual delay in getting our house. First of all, we do like the home very much. However, the journey to get to this point was arduous and one we would hope no one else has to go through again. When we purchased the home, we were told it would be ready in October. With each phone call from our builder and sales representative, the date continually moved. The reasons were COVID, trade issues, and supply chain problems. We completely understood the issues. However, if that were the case, how is it many homes, sold after ours, were completed months before ours. And those houses/lots weren't even available for sale when we purchased ours. We never received an answer as to how that happened. It didn't seem as if there was an urgency and no one, to include the President of Operations that serves our area, really provided an answer other than providing the David Weekley party line (COVID, labor shortages, and supply chain issues). It is a shame that no one within the company was able to step up and just say, "We messed up." We felt our building supervisor was in over his head and didn't show initiative. Not that our issue was the only reason, but since our move in, he is no longer an employee with David Weekley. I believe the chain of command failed him and us as the customer.
Date published: 2022-04-15
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