Questions and Answers
Questions & Answers About Buying Lots, Building Homes and Living in Brooks Park
Below are the most frequently asked questions about buying a lot, building a home, and living in Brooks Park. If your questions are not answered here, please call us at 317-709-2232 or send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Q: How long will it take to build out the entire project?
A: The final section 3 is now open.
Q: I have a house style in mind. How can I know if it will be approved?
A: A member of the Architectural Review Board would be happy to meet with you and provide guidance on plan design. The Architectural Board will review all plans to ensure compliance with Brooks Park building guidelines and requirements. This maybe done at any time during the purchase process. Before applying for building permits, all final plans must be bear official stamp of approval. The Architectural Board must also maintain a complete copy of plans and home platted on purchased lot.
Q: Is it possible to obtain a copy of Brooks Park Covenants and Restrictions?
A: You can print a copy of Brooks Park Covenants and Restrictions for yourself from this website.
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Q: Will Brooks Park have any amenities?
A: Yes! Amenities includes a cluster of pools for adults, teens and a wading pool for the little ones, a playground, basketball and walking paths that connect Brooks Park all the way to Geist Elementary School.
Q: What builders can build in Brooks Park? Can I use my own custom home builder?
A: Brooks Park is open to approved home builders with approved plans. Therefore, if you have a custom home builder you have worked with before, you may be able to work with them again.
Q: What is the easiest way for people from out of town to obtain information about Brooks Park?
A: This website is a great source of information. You may also print brochures, maps, and pricing, or call BP Properties at (317) 709-2232. We would be happy to send a packet of information to you and your family and friends.
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Q: Where are other buyers coming from? Do any of them have children at home?
A: We are seeing buyers moving to the Geist area from Carmel, Fishers, Greenfield, other Geist communities, out–of–town, and out–of–state.
Q: Will there be a neighborhood association formed for Brooks Park?
A: Eventually. The Developer will continue to manage the sales of all home sites and architectural approval of new home construction until all homesites are sold.