Photos inside Dayton Homearama home: 3 things to know about event

Homearama Touring Edition, presented by Vectren, kicks off this week, highlighting eight newly constructed homes throughout the Miami Valley.

The Home Builders Association of Dayton will kick off its 39th Homearama for the Dayton region, in partnership with sponsors Cox Media Group Ohio, Audio Etc., Kroger, Union Savings Bank, Key-Ads, JM Dungan Custom Homes and Peebles Homes.

1. SCATTERED-SITE TOUR The touring edition features builders like Catalyst Homes, Charles Simms Development (two locations), County Corp, Generations Construction, JM Dungan Custom Homes, Justin Doyle Homes and Peebles Homes. The scattered-site tour features homes of different sizes that fit different budgets and lifestyles, according to the Home Builders Association of Dayton. The houses range from a historic remodel priced at $85,000 to an estate home valued more than $1 million.

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2. WHAT DOES YOUR TICKET GET YOU? Homearama tickets are good for the duration of the show, which lasts from July 21 until Aug. 6. The houses will be available to tour Monday through Thursday from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. and Friday through Sunday from noon to 7 p.m.

3. PICK YOUR FAVORITE HOUSE Many of the homes have already been sold, and are situated in urban, rural and suburban environments. Guests can visit each Homearama house once, then can choose a maximum of two homes to repeat a visit. Driving directions, a Homearama house locator map and up-to-date information on the homes, builders, seminars and more can be found on the website or the free Dayton Homearama mobile app.


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