Whether you’re looking to buy, sell or just reinvent your current home, the Parade of Homes Twin Cities has something to offer everyone! The fall tour features over 400 new homes across the Twin Cities and is on now through September 28th. As you tour homes, consider taking notes. And don’t forget to pay attention to the little details!
Last spring we wrote a post about getting inspiration on how to best sell your home by touring models during the Parade of Homes. Consider touring the homework for sellers! Touring the latest models and getting a snaek peak into home trends will help you understand what buyers are looking for and how to make your home most appealing. Talking to other tourists and agents on Parade of Home tours can help you gain perspective. Keep your eyes and ears open for comments, feedback and trends.
A home is a big purchase, and you’ve got a lot of options. The more homes you see, the better idea you’ll have for what features best fit your lifestyle and family. The Parade of Homes can introduce you to a lot of trends and new features that you might not have known you could even get. Understanding what’s out there on the market will help you make the best decisions when buying.
Time for some updates? What better way to gain inspiration for your own space than looking at what the professionals are doing with space these days? The Parade of Homes is a wonderful opportunity for you to get ideas and look at a lot of top notch homes. See what’s on the market now, no agent necessary!
If you’re living in an older home, the Parade of Homes will give you an opportunity to see how to green it up in a remodel. Green homes are a hot trend right now, and nearly half the homes on this fall’s tour are “green path energy homes.” See how you can reduce your home’s carbon footprint. And speaking of green, many of the homes this year also focus on outdoor living.
Don’t miss the best events!
Not sure which day is best to tour? Check out the Parade of Homes website for special event days! Don’t miss out on dessert sampler Sundays or an opportunity to meet a builder.
Have you been out touring during the Fall Parade of Homes? What are some of your favorite homes or features this season?