Noon Notebook 9/26: 2016 Fall Tour of Homes - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Noon Notebook 9/26: 2016 Fall Tour of Homes

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

The 2016 Fall Tour of Homes is holding it's final home tours the weekend of October 1st and 2nd. The tours run from 1:00 to 5:00 PM each day, covering 46 different homes located across south Lubbock.

There are a large variety of homes available to tour, with prices ranging from the $200s up to just under $1 million. Spokesperson Keith Toogood says, "It's good to have something for everybody, everybody's looking and it's a good chance for people to see new ideas, fresh ideas, get the opportunity to meet with builders that they might want to build with, stuff like that." 

Homes on the tour range in size as well, Toogood says some are around 3,000 square feet, while others are 4,000 to 5,000 square feet.

New this year is a contest with four prizes. Guests can enter for a chance to win by completing a brief survey at any home they visit. Prizes include a 50 minute Swedish massage from the Woodhouse Day Spa, a teeth whitening treatment from Jason P. White DDS, a YETI cooler bag from Morrison Showroom, or a $500 Visa gift card from Southwest Bank.

Admission for the tours is free, but donations go towards the Lubbock Homes for Heroes project, which the West Texas Home Builders Association supports. They use the money to build a mortgage-free house for veterans in the area. You can donate on site or by visiting lubbockhomesforheroes.com.

The event is sponsored by Morrison, Southwest Bank, and Western Tile.

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