See the Fall Foliage, While Visiting NH's Finest New Homes

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New Hampshire Parade of Homes has 12 spectacular new homes that will be open to the public from October 11th - 13th and 18th - 19th. This special Parade of Homes is opened in the following towns; Nashua, Manchester, Concord, Rochester, Litchfield, Meredith, Plymouth, Tuftonborough, Epping and Loudon.

Looking for that special home, a new design or new dream? Here's your chance to visit 12 spectacular new homes, throughout New Hampshire while some great fall colors. The Parade of Homes is being produced by the professionals at the Home Builders & Remodelers Association of New Hampshire (HBRANH). Visitors can tour one or all the homes during this special event to see the newest floor plans, the latest features in products, decorating and new-home technology!

Dates of the tour are October 11th - 13th and 18th - 19th. Hours are 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. This special Parade of Homes is opened in the following towns; Nashua, Manchester, Concord, Rochester, Litchfield, Meredith, Plymouth, Tuftonborough, Epping and Loudon.

Some of the features you will see in the various homes on tour include: the latest in home automation, entertainment and security, energy efficient furnaces, windows and insulation. Granite countertops, reclaimed oak flooring, insulated concrete form (ICF) foundation, Icynene spray foam insulation, steam rooms, exercise rooms, wine cellars and geothermal heat pumps. The prices of the homes range from $199,000 to $3,995,000. One home in Plymouth has been awarded the 1st Build Green NH "Gold" award for green construction, through the NAHB's National Green Building Certification Program.

This year's charity donations for the Parade of Homes will go to "Granite State Independent Living". Corporate sponsors include Wells Fargo Home Mortgage, Accent Home & Garden Magazine, Pella, Baron's Appliances and New Hampshire Home Magazine.

Despite the current country's financial status, now is actually a great time to buy a home! Interest rates are at a record low, prices for materials and labor are stable, and new green building efficiencies will actually cost you less to heat and cool your home in years to come. To top it all off, your home is still a reliable and stable investment to place your money, rather than other stocks or investments. If you have a steady employment, decent credit and have an adequate deposit, the time is right. It is a well-known fact in the housing industry that when the market slows down, the value of new homes increases.

Whether you are in the market for a new home or just looking for inspiration for updating your current home, plan your weekend, visit the homes on the Parade and catch the fall foliage while you are at it! For details on locations, check out the Home Builders & Remodelers Association of New Hampshire website at: New Hampshire Parade of Homes or by calling (603) 228-0351

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