TH Properties of Harleysville Suspend...

TH Properties of Harleysville Suspends Operations: Home Builder...

There are 30 comments on the The Morning Call story from Apr 22, 2009, titled TH Properties of Harleysville Suspends Operations: Home Builder.... In it, The Morning Call reports that:

A Montgomery County home builder with major developments throughout region has closed its doors, leaving customers to wonder what will happen to their unfinished houses.

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sports fan

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#23 Apr 22, 2009
I wonder what's going on in that development off of Mauch Chunk Rd., in the back there facing those vegetable gardens & the Jordan Creek area...and that park back there ? They've been digging over there for about 2-3 years already, and hardly any homes are up besides a few models ? Can't they unload the things or what ? Anybody know anything ?
riverratbond

Bethlehem, PA

#24 Apr 22, 2009
Juckin Fews wrote:
Good...
These deep-pocket developers and people having these high-end houses built have no problem riding high when things are good, while millions of people all over the place suffer in poverty. Now that things are down, you get hit harder...good!
Funny, the only people that seem to be suffering are the same losers that are ALWAYS in a bad way....get a job, it goes a long way in lfe!
Messy Tessy

Santa Clara, CA

#25 Apr 22, 2009
I hope John Haines and Jack Kibblehouse do buy THP. You never see them drive around in Hummers. Oh that's right they have a helicopter. THP went too big too fast.

Since: Mar 07

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#26 Apr 22, 2009
Pennsburg wrote:
There are too many unknowns buying in a development under construction! Too much risk, buy an existing home, fix it up.
Yup, that's what we did. 5 yrs later & we're still remodeling & fixing the place up but it's looking great. There are TONS of gorgeous old homes in the area that have molding & woodwork & features you'll never see in a newer house. Bigger rooms, higher ceilings, etc. It would have to be something absolutely extreme for me to ever trade my 100 yr old home for a shoddy new one in a development where they all look the same.
Ask Wonderling

Quakertown, PA

#27 Apr 22, 2009
Hey,

Doesn't Rob Wonderling live in Lower Salford where THP it based? As your state senate rep, he should be able to help those with open issues.

Call Rob. If he doesn't help let us know!
gman

Philadelphia, PA

#28 Apr 23, 2009
riverratbond wrote:
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Funny, the only people that seem to be suffering are the same losers that are ALWAYS in a bad way....get a job, it goes a long way in lfe!
not entirely true, but I see your point. A developer goes belly up and its an excuse for scummy people to complain about the people who were trying to buy a home.Ignorant bastards. I hope they get burned by a contractor one day and you see them whining up here looking for sympathy. Look, 100 people are out of work because of this company and there are probably millions in unpaid debt to sub contractors throughout the area. Townships throughout the area are going to be left with eyesores until the market picks up and another builder picks up where these guys left off. People lost their life savings with these developers and all some people have to say is serves the buyers right? give me a break. f'ing losers.
Juckin Fews

Allentown, PA

#29 Apr 23, 2009
gman wrote:
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not entirely true, but I see your point. A developer goes belly up and its an excuse for scummy people to complain about the people who were trying to buy a home.Ignorant bastards. I hope they get burned by a contractor one day and you see them whining up here looking for sympathy. Look, 100 people are out of work because of this company and there are probably millions in unpaid debt to sub contractors throughout the area. Townships throughout the area are going to be left with eyesores until the market picks up and another builder picks up where these guys left off. People lost their life savings with these developers and all some people have to say is serves the buyers right? give me a break. f'ing losers.
Reap it, you selfish yuppies.

(-:
Bob Builder

Santa Clara, CA

#30 Apr 23, 2009
Pigs get fat, hogs get slaughtered
Carbuncle

Anderson, IN

#31 Apr 24, 2009
What a shame. When I consider that it did its part in helping to contribute to suburban sprawl, traffic congestion and increased school taxes, I'll try to shed a tear for THP.........NOT
Gee

Annapolis, MD

#32 Apr 27, 2009
Knock on the Hendickes door and ask to move in while your house is completed. If they refuse, burn their house down! Now they will see what it's like being homeless. Just a suggestion!
Hazelnut Lane wrote:
We were less than 48
hours away from settlement. We have yet to hear from THP. This is an awlful nightmare that we are experiencing. Our current home settles next week and we are without a place to go. We just want answers and a phone call.

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