Brown Family Communities Whispering Heights ~ Lights are on but nobody's home

I stopped by the Whispering Heights community in Chandler last week to take a couple photos for my out of town buyers.  They’re wondering if and when their home will be completed now that Brown Family Communities has closed up shop. 

Even though sales have stopped in the community, all the lights and ceiling fans were on in the model homes.  Kinda spooky in a sad sorta way.  Reminded me of one of those old western movie ghost towns, only this was playing in technicolor and wasn’t quite as dusty….yet.

The sales office was, of course, locked up tight and the trailer that’s parked on the corner of the subdivision that once advertised the builder has been painted over.  A modern day graffiti project I guess.

It’s a sad situation all the way around.  Buyers who still want to close on their homes but don’t know if or when that will happen.  And where do they live in the meantime?  Many of these buyers have sold their homes to coincide with the closing of their new home. 

The lender who is now holding all the cards with my buyer’s nearly-completed home has not returned a call. 

Yes, the lights still burn bright in the model homes at Whispering Heights.  So why am I feeling so left in the dark?

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