What do I do when I get to a Parade home?
Walk through the homes and enjoy viewing the latest in design, technology, and energy efficiency! The realtor and/or builder will be available in all tour homes to answer any questions you may have about the home.
I am planning to build or remodel, besides touring Parade homes, what else should I consider?
You should make sure your builder is a member of the Lawrence Home Builders Association as their members have agreed to a Code of Ethics to which they are held accountable. Further, you should make sure you are using a licensed contractor to ensure they have proper general liability insurance and have completed the required continuing education.
How does a home become a “Parade” home?
Builder members of the Lawrence Home Builders Association determine which of their homes they wish to enter for this community event based on availability, stage of completion, and particulars of a home they want to display.
Are all of the homes decorated and furnished?
Some parade homes are decorated and furnished. Some parade homes are still in varying stages of completion and not at a point to furnish.
How do I obtain a copy of a floor plan/elevation to use for building or remodeling?
If you would like more information about a particular home, you should contact either the builder or realtor associated with that particular home.
Are there “rules” to follow while touring Parade homes?
There are no rules about which homes you visit or in what order. You can visit by price range, neighborhood, or go to all of them.
Where are the parade homes?
The parade home addresses are listed on the website. Click here to view the parade homes.
Do I need a ticket to see the homes?
A ticket is not needed and there is no cost to visit the homes on the Parade.
Can I go to Parade homes every day?