Thursday, April 14, 2005

2005 Volusia County Parade of Homes

I am excited. I leave this morning for Daytona! I am going to be a Judge for the Parade of Homes. The Parade of Homes runs April 16-24. The area Home Builders will have their best homes up for viewing to the public.

Here is the Press Release:

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE VOLUSIA COUNTY PARADE OF HOMES FEATURES THE LATEST HOME BUILDING TRENDS

Volusia County, FL (March 21, 2005) – Members of the Volusia Home Builders Association (VHBA) will showcase the latest homebuilding trends during next month’s Volusia County Parade of Homes from Saturday, April 16 through Sunday, April 24. The Parade will highlight more than 50 entries throughout the county and will be open to public tours from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. each day. The annual event will feature condominiums, single-family homes and villas ranging in price from $160,000 to $1.5 million. There will also be seven developments on display throughout Volusia County.

According to Better Homes and Gardens some of the hottest trends in the home industry are energy-efficient homes, built-in high-tech wiring, and specialized storage – including recycling centers, closet organizer systems and unique kitchen and pantry storage options. Homebuyers are also trading extra square footage for well-crafted details like hardwood floors and top-of-the-line kitchen appliances. The 2005 Volusia County Parade of Homes will feature many of these new trends and others including homes and design ideas for all budgets.

“The Parade of Homes is our biggest event of the year,” said Steve Conley, VHBA president. “It’s our chance to showcase the work of our association’s brightest members and help home shoppers learn what’s important to them in a home.”In addition to touring the 55 entries in the Parade, people can also get free 360-degree tours of custom homes from Luxury Builders simply by logging on to volusiahomebuilders.org. Visitors are also encouraged to visit this year’s showcase home, “Palazzo del Vino” by McCarthy Builders, in the Toscana subdivision in Ormond Beach.For more information about the 2005 Volusia County Parade of Homes please call (386) 226-1414 or watch for the Parade Guidebook in the April 16th edition of the Daytona Beach News-Journal and the Orlando Sentinel or at Parade sponsors offices.

I will return to Miami on Sunday.

2 Comments:

Anonymous M. A. said...

WHAT HAPPENED TO THE HOME FOR SALE IN THE REDLANDS? IT WAS ABOVE OUR PRICE RANGE, BUT IT WAS SURELY NICE AND WE LOVED THE VIRTUAL TOUR!

8:48 PM  
Blogger Sellrealest8 said...

I was getting a lot of calls on it and I sold it. So it was easier to remove it...sorry! I can email the visual tour to you if you want.

10:10 AM  

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