Home Builders 2018 Showcase Of Homes Set This Weekend And Next

Friday, October 12, 2018

The Home Builders Association of Greater Chattanooga is presenting the 2018 Showcase of Homes this weekend and the next.

 

The tour of 20 Exceptional Homes will be Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday from 1-6 p.m.

 

Officials said, "Looking to build, renovate or design? Find ideas and inspiration during this self-guided tour of 20 newly constructed homes in Hamilton County from our region’s award-winning builders.

Each home features the newest construction techniques, latest products, high-quality furnishings and fixtures from some of the area's top designers and suppliers.

 

"This free, self-guided tour of Southeast Tennessee’s most inspiring homes is a can’t-miss event for anyone looking for their next home, remodeling their current home, or wanting to see the greatest in architecture and design. Download the Parade Craze App to see an interactive map with directions and images of each home."

 

The official Showcase guide Chattanooga Builds will be available at the Home Builders Association office or you can pick one up at any of the homes.

 

Visit at least 10 Showcase homes and you could be a winner.  At each showcase home you will find a magic card. Take these cards to each home that you visit and ask the agent to place an official Showcase home sticker in the respective square on the front of the card. Visit just 10 or all 20 homes. Follow the instructions on the card and you could win one of the many prizes.

 

The 2018 homes are here:

http://chattanoogashowcase.com/2018-homes

 

 


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