Hello, I hope commenting on the builder isn't against any HOA policies, but I am relocating to the Bradenton area and strongly considering Bridgewater by Lennar which looks like a lovely area. I was just curious to know how everyone has gotten along with their Lennar-built homes. This will be my first time buying a new-build and so I've been doing a lot of reading on what to take into consideration. I have a realtor and have tried to do my research, but was wondering if anyone might have any insight since the community has been in operation for a few years now. The reviews for Lennar are mixed (I understand nobody takes the time to leave positive reviews) and Lennar is rated "F" on the BBB (not sure how significant this is?); for comparison, Neal is rated "B+". Questions: - Any differences in build quality between phases? I did a walk-through on one and was told the living-room floor outlet was put into the wrong side of the room so that it basically sits below where a TV stand would go instead of under the couch/end tables... which is probably where it should go. From the interweb, I saw that quality can sometimes go downhill during final phases because the head of quality assurance has moved onto other builds. - Any pointers on common gripes to look for during final closing? Thank you for your consideration!