There are many variables to answer that accurately. It all depends on all the fixtures and materials that you choose for your two bathrooms. I would agree with Michael to have 3 estimates from Licensed Contractors to get an idea of the cost and also who you feel comfortable with using. I hope this helps.
Email me and I can refer you a couple.
David R. Indermill
Re/Max Hall Of Fame
Re/Max Associates La Jolla
I recommend getting three bids from licensed contractors to determine who fulfills yours needs. If you need a contractor. I have a great license contractor that does a great job, and will beat any bid. He works with start up homes and homes to professional athletes from the San Diego Chargers and Padres. Email me if you would like his contact info.
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2365 Northside Dr Suite #200
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Prudential California Realty
As already mentioned, there is really no way to provide an estimate by square footage without knowing the specifics of the project. Everything from windows and doors to siding are going to impact the costs.
The amount of work required to pour the foundation could be very simple, or need major excavating.
I agree with getting several bids; however, the lowest bid is by no means the sole criteria for hiring a contractor. How are you financing your intended project? Have you thought about using an FHA 203K loan? Without a doubt, it is the least expensive way to finance construction costs. I would be happy to clarify the product and process for you, if you have any interest. Best of luck to you!
While this may not be a concern for adding 200 square feet to a 3,000 square foot house. Adding 1,500 square feet to an existing 1,000 square foot structure might lead to an unexpected tax bill.
I hope that helps!
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