The Home Builders Association of Greater Knoxville annual Parade of Homes begins today, Oct. 4, and continues every Friday, Saturday and Sunday through Oct. 20.

This year’s Parade of Homes features more than 40 new homes across eight East Tennessee counties.

The new homes built for the 2019 Parade of Homes have added nearly $21 million to the region’s economy this year.

The three-weekend event features homes ranging from $198,000 to more than $1 million. While viewed as a showcase of what is possible in a modern home, the Parade of Homes has something to offer buyers in a variety of price ranges, according to a news release.

Those who already own a home and are not in the market to build or buy will also find ideas to upgrade, modernize and remodel their existing home utilizing the latest designs and technological advancements.

The free event provides one-on-one access to builders and their representatives at each showcase home, making it an event attractive for those actively building homes now and those thinking about building in coming years.

This year’s Parade of Homes includes 42 distinct showcase homes in Knox, Anderson, Blount, Loudon, Monroe, Roane, Sevier and Union counties. A complete listing of homes is available in the guidebook and on the free Parade Craze app for iPhone and Android phones. The free Parade Craze app includes GPS directions to each property.

For more information about the 2019 Parade of Homes, or for information about the Home Builders Association of Greater Knoxville,visit www.HBAKnoxville.com. Parade of Homes guidebooks are available for free at all ORNL Federal Credit Union locations.

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