Louisville, KY (WDRB) -- It is a chance to see what kind of home you can get for $150,000. A home show is scheduled next month at the Sunset Garden subdivision off Crums Lane near Shively. Nine homes will be open to the public the weekend of June 8.
It is called the Sustainable and Attainable Home Show, sponsored by the non-profit Housing Partnership which works to keep alive the dream of home ownership for working families during tough economic times.
"We really want to showcase how quality construction and affordability can be mutually inclusive," says Housing Partnership president Mike Hynes.
The new homes range in price from $120,000 to $150,000. They range in size from 1,200 square feet to 1,700.
All of them have received the Energy Star designation. That means they should be 25 percent more energy efficient than standard homes, saving owners money on those costly utility bills.
The Housing Partnership has programs that allow buyers to receive assistance with down payments and closing costs.
Admission to the home show is free with a donation of a canned good or you can pay $5 a person.
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