Frequently Asked Questions
All homes at Heartwood will have GRUCom’s high-speed fiber optic internet network service with equal upload and download speeds up to 1 gig. The cost of GRUCom will be included in the HOA fees and will be paid monthly to the HOA. Residents will also have the option of purchasing cable television service from AT&T.
The HOA fees will be $167 per month and will include GRUCom internet services, maintenance of the common areas, and administrative fees. The fees are subject to change after the first year, based on maintenance fees.
The full HOA rules are available at https://heartwoodgnv.com/buy-a-home/hoa/
Heartwood was designed to be a community of homeowners and the HOA does not allow the properties to be rented.
Accessory Dwelling Units (ADU’s) are not permitted per the Homeowner’s Association.
Yes, you may bring your own licensed real estate broker or you can work directly with the seller’s real estate representative — Team Dynamo – Keller Williams Realty.
Buyers who are participating in the Dreams2Reality program through the City’s Department of Housing and Community Development are required to use one of their certified lenders. Buyers who are not seeking Dreams2Reality financing may use any lender of their choice who provides construction to perm financing. Team Dynamo is able to connect buyers with a lender if desired.
The Dreams2Realityapplication closed in July of 2021 and the 11 applicants have been selected and notified.
Heartwood homebuyers will not have the option of designing their own home. Heartwood offers 11 different floor plans to choose from to accommodate a variety of household sizes and needs, and upgrade packages are available for the interior finishes. See all the floor plans and elevations here.
The model home will be in use as a sales office and will be listed at a future date.
Heartwood will not be a gated community. The fence that is currently along the northern edge of the property will be removed when the entrance signage and landscaping is installed.