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Fall Parade of Homes Enters Final Weekend

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The annual Fall Parade of Homes is entering its second and final weekend starting Saturday, September 14th.

This year 43 new homes make up the list, ranging in price from $177,000 to nearly $810,000. 25 different builders have houses on display, each with their own distinct styles.

Most houses on the tour are decorated, furnished and landscaped to provide visitors with great ideas they can add to their home. In most cases designers and builders are also on hand to answer any questions or help collaborate with ideas.

Also taking place this weekend is the second annual Remodeled Home Tour. This year showcasing five homes that includes kitchen, bathroom, closest and even full-home renovations. The remodeler and designers for these houses are also usually on hand to help answer questions.

Both tours start Saturday, September 14th and run through Sunday, September 15th. Houses are open from Noon - 5 p.m. and are free to walk through. The official tour guide, listing all houses on both tours can be picked up at any Hornbacher's location.

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