The 2015 Denver Parade of Homes
is slated for Aug. 13 through Labor Day.
New and never-lived-in homes throughout the Denver area will be on display to the public.
"All home builders who participated in last year's Parade and new builders interested in participating in this year's edition are encouraged to sigh up now to take advantage of this unique marketing opportunity and to be part of one of Denver's favorite summer traditions," says Jeff Whiton, president and chief executive of the Home Builders Association of Metro Denver
, which sponsors the event.
The HBA recently hosted an orientation meeting with more than 20 home builders, remodelers with unoccupied full-home remodels, community developers and real estate agents listing new homes who have expressed an interest in entering this year's parade.
Last year's Parade attracted more than 100,000 visitors who saw 74 homes located throughout the Front Range from Loveland to Castle Rock and from Central City to Aurora.
The HBA is a trade association representing business involved in the residential development, construction and remodeling industry in the Denver metro region. Members include home builders, land developers, remodelers, architects, mortgage lenders, building material suppliers and subcontractors.
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