Clark County’s NW Natural New Homes Tour
Posted June 1, 2018 in Special Features
Whether you are looking to buy a new home, or looking for the latest hometrends to remodel or refresh your own home, or maybe just want an adventure for the day, come out and visit the brand new homes on the NW Natural New Homes Tour. This much anticipated fun and free event only happens once a year in Clark County.
“The New Homes Tour presents twenty exceptional homes of superior design and value. The homes feature high quality construction with beautiful amenities and are created by the fi nest home builders in SW Washington.” John Frankel, Sr. Marketing Manager, NW Natural, notes that “We know home buyers prefer natural gas heating, water heating, cooking and fireplaces. This year’s tour showcases natural gas homes with the comfort, convenience and energy efficiency that natural gas products provide.”
For just two weekends attendees can visit 20 of the hottest new homes on the market, representing a variety of styles created by 13 different builders. It’s the perfect event for serious homebuyers or anyone just browsing. Families and friends can make a day of touring these homes and dreaming of the possibilities.
The NW Natural New Homes Tour presented by Fairway Independent Mortgage Corporation will take place the weekends of June 2-3, and 9-10. Attendees can pick up the event guide at participating homes or at the outdoor rack locations wherever Home Book is distributed. This is a scattered site tour and visitors can choose to start at any home. The homes are open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day of the event.
Participating builders include: Aho Construction, Cedars Construction, David Weekley Homes, Garrette Custom Homes, Generation Homes Northwest, Glavin Homes, Holt Homes, JB Homes, New Tradition Homes, Pacific Lifestyle Homes,
Urban NW Homes, Waverly Homes, and 2 Creeks Construction. Home photos can be viewed and more information found www.TheNewHomesTour.com or to see the New Homes Tour magazine visit www.columbianhomes.com. Homes are priced from $349,000 to $815,000.