Shane, Home Buyer in Incline Village, NV

I would also like information on new CONSTRUCTION costs in Incline Village. I DON'T want to know what the

Asked by Shane, Incline Village, NV Thu Nov 29, 2007

retail price per square foot is for places that sell or for active listings! Specifically, what are the typical costs for mid-high end construction of a ~3000 square foot 2-story house in Incline, including permits, grading, materials, labor, etc., but EXCLUDING land. I'm interested in understanding the ctual costs associated with building only. Thanks!

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Here is a great site on actual home building costs put out by Remodeling Magazine. The projet costs are broken out by US region and by specific project type- high end kitchen remodel, master bedroom addition along with the average cost and expected return you would see if you sold your home. This is a great resource for homeowners.
Web Reference: http://costvsvalue.com
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There are several reputable General Contractors in Incline Village, and that is the best place to start when you are contemplating a building project. Costs vary greatly depending on engineering (higher elevations = higher snow loads), type of construction, location and topography (building on a steep slope versus a level building lot), and TRPA coverage is a big issue in the Tahoe Basin. Antu Cerretti is a life long resident and has been building homes in town for over 10 years. Contact him for an overview of the building process and related costs specific to your project.
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As a broker that represents a lot of new construction for sale in this area, I can give you an idea...

Probably easier to give you a total cost on construction rather than break it down (unless noted below):

permits probably around $25,000
The home probably around $300 to $350 per square foot or more for nice finishes (adding for things that make the construction more expensive, steep lot, extra grading, engineering (as snow loads vary by elevation), framing details (trusses vs. stick framed) etc).

This would be a starting point as contractor fees vary as do the definition of mid to high end finishes. if you would like more specifics send me an e-mail at Trevor@Ttahoe.com
Web Reference: http://www.Ttahoe.com
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