The Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association recently announced the dates for its annual Parade of Homes, a free, self-guided tour featuring model and inventory homes throughout metro Atlanta. Attendees have three full weekends, April 23 – 24, April 30 – May 1 and May 7 – 8, to tour new homes from local home builders.
The free, self-guided Parade of Homes features new homes throughout many popular metro Atlanta locations. Many of the participating entrees are decorated model homes that feature the latest design trends and upgrade options in a variety of sizes, layouts and architectural styles. The Parade will feature everything from affordable entry-level homes and townhomes, moderately priced and large homes in popular neighborhoods, and elegant custom homes in exclusive communities.
“The Atlanta Parade of Homes continues to be a popular event among active homebuyers, as well as those simply considering buying a home,” Corey Deal, Executive Officer of the Greater Atlanta HBA. “It is an exciting time to buy a new home in metro Atlanta and we are proud to play a part in facilitating that for our community.”
Attendees are encouraged to vote for their favorite model homes. New this year, everyone who participates will receive a virtual gift bag with coupons and savings from local businesses. Plus, voting also automatically enter attendees to win a variety of prizes.
For details regarding the 2022 Parade of Homes, call 404-290-8113 or visit . Closer to the event, details for participating homes will be available on the website or download the ATLHomesParade app in the Apple and Android stores. You can also follow #ATLHomesParade on social media.
The 2022 Atlanta Parade of Homes is brought to you by Pella Window and Door of Georgia. As well as Gold Sponsors Offerpad, Regions Mortgage and Georgia Power. Silver Sponsors O’Kelley & Sorohan Attorneys at Law and Northwest Exterminating. And Media Sponsors Atlanta’s Best New Homes Show, Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio, Denim Marketing and WABE 90.1 & ATL PBA, Atlanta’s NPR and PBS Stations.
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