In my subdivision of in Copley, OH, Ryan Homes was the low end builder among several local home builders. Towards the end of the development of the subdivision, Ryan bought up many of the unsold lots in 2009-2010 for cheap and built very low priced homes [i.e. lower quality of materials, e.g. no tile or hardwood, but vinyl floors; formica counters, not granite or tile; smaller square footage houses; no stone of brick facing, all vinyl exterior, etc) All the NON-Ryan built homes were originally sold for more than $300K+. But Ryan Homes was a low-end seller in this subdivision and sold many homes for $100K less than the other builders which made many of the existing homeowners unhappy. I'm sure that when Ryan built homes in the subdivision that their homes met building code requirements. But the quality of the materials they used on their houses was lower in quality grade when compared to other NON-Ryan home builders in the subdivision so they can afford to make a profit selling substantially lower priced houses relative to the $$300K+ neighboring houses. So yes, you really have to research what youâ€™re getting for a Ryan built home at least in my Subdivision.