I just sold one in Sagamore Beach for $1,079,000.
That house away from the water and in another neighborhood would not have sold for the same money even though it had granite, 6" walls, high teck items, etc.
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Here are all the properties on the market in sagamore beach:
The pricing at that time will depend on all that, and also on the economy itself......
So although you can with the help of an appraiser Realtor you can based on the type and size and specs of the home get some idea..... nothing in Real estate is set in stone.
But here are some general recommendations
Do NOT build the biggest home in the area, build only with good quality construction, similar to the surrounding area homes, because yours will be compared later to exactly those.
Good luck to you and congratulations it is exciting to build your own home.... Most of all after all the
financial and future considerations, I hope you will enjoy living in it for many years and when building a home, be careful not to make it too personal, make sure that the floor plan and amenities and details, fit the general new homes. Go with your builder and or Realtor and
look at new constructions in your area, you do not want to be the odd floor plan out...
Good Luck to you, if you need a recommendation for a local Realtor, get back to us here and we
gladly make some good recommendations.
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It will be worth what it cost to build it, a better question is will the market be willing to pay for it.