It's an independent survey that's put out yearly by Remodeling magazine.
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Entire property would need be previewed with design work, and determine what the city would approve, quality of material used, sq. ft. of home, lay out of current property, and etc.
You need request contractors on property obtain their bids.
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This is totatally a pure guess.
It depends on finish outs and if new plumbing and electrical is needed.
If structural additionals are needed it might be even more.
If you get serious I'd suggest you get a contractor to look at it and give you
a bid during your option period.
The other thing to consider is do you want a construction project happenning while you are living there
or if not where you will live during the meantime.
You might also want to check with your loan officer to see if they do 203k loans and to see if you qualify for one unless you plan to pay cash for the remodel.
That may make the difference between if you want to tackle this or not.