The Homearama event will showcase 10 newly constructed homes located in seven communities throughout the Miami Valley.
House prices range from $129,000 to more than $1.5 million, and the best of urban, suburban, rural, small town and estate living will be displayed, according to a release.
Many of the homes have already been sold, making the 2016 Homearama Touring Edition the only opportunity for the public to view the houses.
Homearama tickets are available for $12 at local Kroger stores, online at DaytonHomearama.com or by downloading the free Dayton Homearama Touring Edition mobile app.
Walk-ups without tickets will be charged $15 at the doors of Homearama houses. All guests over the age of five years must have a ticket to enter.
Homearama tickets are good for the duration of the show, from today until Homearama concludes on Aug. 7.
The houses will be available to tour from 5-8 p.m. Monday-Thursday and noon-8 p.m. Friday-Sunday.
Guests are able to visit each Homearama house once, then can choose a maximum of two homes to repeat a visit.
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