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Questions and Answers

Questions & Answers About Buying Lots, Building Homes and Living in Saddle Brook at Crapo Estates

Below are the most frequently asked questions about buying lots, building a custom home and living in Saddle Brook at Crapo Estates. If your questions are not answered here, please call Jerry Highley at 765-747-0977 or send an email to Info@AssetMidwest.com.

Q:
Are there residents currently living in Saddle Brook at Crapo Estates that I might speak to about the community?
A:
There are many residents and lot owners that would be happy to talk to prospective buyers. Please call Jerry Highley at 765-747-0977 and he will help facilitate your request.
Q:
Is it possible to obtain a copy of Saddle Brook at Crapo Estates Covenants and Restrictions?
A:

The neighborhood Covenants and Restrictions are always available for your review.

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Q:
What is the easiest way for people from out of town to obtain information about Saddle Brook at Crapo Estates?
A:

This website is a great source of information. You may also print brochures, maps, and pricing, or call Jerry Highley at 765-747-0977. He 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?
A:
Buyers at Saddle Brook at Crapo Estates are moving from Muncie, New Castle, Anderson, Greenfield, Indianapolis, out–of–town, and out–of–state.
Q:
Will there be a neighborhood association formed for Saddle Brook at Crapo Estates?
A:
The Asset Midwest office currently is overseeing all management responsibilities. We are in process of forming a Homeowners Board of Directors to prepare the transfer of management duties. Asset Midwest will continue to manage until all or most all–home sites are sold.

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