Properties open to public during annual tour

The Canadian Home Builders' Association Central Vancouver Island hosts the fourth annual Parade of Homes, Oct. 4.

  • Sep. 17, 2014 3:00 p.m.

Explore finished homes and renovations during the fourth annual Parade of Homes.

Six properties are on the map for the annual home tour, hosted Oct. 4, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., by the Canadian Home Builders’ Association Central Vancouver Island.

According to the organization, people will be able to tour a variety of homes in different stages of construction and renovation, see behind the walls, ask questions and get ideas. It’s also an opportunity for those interested in building or updating to speak with local, professional builders, suppliers and trades from the association.

The event costs $10 per couple and provides entry to all properties as well as chances to win a Broil King Keg 2000 Charcoal barbeque from Rona Nanaimo worth more than $800.

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