Muskegon's $11M HighPoint Flats to op...

Muskegon's $11M HighPoint Flats to open condo model, offer extended tax-free living

There are 5 comments on the Rapid Growth story from Mar 19, 2009, titled Muskegon's $11M HighPoint Flats to open condo model, offer extended tax-free living. In it, Rapid Growth reports that:

The developer of HighPoint Flats in downtown Muskegon signed off this week on a contract to build a condominium model featuring sixth-story views of Muskegon Lake.

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Kevin

Secaucus, NJ

#1 Apr 4, 2009
Anyone who wants to buy a Highpoint Flats Condo needs to do some research on Jon Rooks and his past developments. His nickname in Grand Rapids is Jon Crooks. He had to move on to Muskegon because no one in Grand Rapids will do business with him any more. If you want a condo built with the absolute cheapest materials and with the lowest possible level of quality, buy a condo at Highpoint Flats. Don't let the flashy sales material deceive you. They put on a good sales show, but plenty of people have learned the hard way how Jon Rooks does business.
Jonas

Saint Louis, MO

#2 Jun 14, 2009
I agree with the previous post. If you're looking at Highpoint Flats (or even Boardwalk Condos in Grand Rapids), read about John Rooks's business practices first: http://www.ripoffreport.com/reports/0/449/Rip...

The Parkland web site also has "testimonials" from their customers. Be aware that these are all Rooks's friends and people that make money off his projects. Look at the *real* resale value at his projects in Grand Rapids. Most people are selling their condos for less than they paid for them, or renting them out in desperation because they can't sell.
andy

Salt Lake City, UT

#3 Jun 29, 2009
dido , i wish that a post could be put up on the front of his properties so no one could miss reading how much jon rooks is a crook. dont ever sign anything that this guy or his associates bring to the table. you are going to get screwed
carol

Temperance, MI

#5 Sep 4, 2011
Wow, thanks alot for your testimony about this developer. I was seriously considering buying one. Not any more. I clean for many different builders and see first hand how quickly the cheap materials fall apart.
steve

Germany

#6 Oct 5, 2011
The renaissance zone for this High Point Flats was revoked. No more "tax-free living."

http://www.mlive.com/news/muskegon/index.ssf/...

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