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Sat Oct 7, 2017
Vsjfree answered:
WHAT IS THE AVERAGE COST PER SQUARE FOOT TO BUILD A 4,600 SQUARE FOOT HOUSE IN STONE HARBOR NJ
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Wed Aug 13, 2014
gwalker answered:
I am selling an immaculate 3 BR, 2 Bath home on city water and sewer with an in ground pool and a fence around the yard. There is a fresh water canal bordering the property. There is a cellular ADT Security system installed in the home even though the neighborhood is friendly and safe. . There is a living room wood fireplace for the cooler winter nights. It has a irrigation system installed and draws the water from the canal. The home is furnished with new furniture. The box springs and mattresses have not been slept in ten times. I will sell the house for $185,000 and the home completely furnished including wall hangings, mirrorsand rugs and appliances including new washer and dryer for an additional $10,000 (seperate contract). The home is at 57 Presidential Lane Palm Coast, Fl. The pool is open with a lanai next to it. We have not experienced on bug bite due to Palm Coasts aggressive spraying program. You could move right in to this turn key home for under $200,000. I have not put it on the market yet but i will soon. I expect people to be bidding against each other for this awsome turnkey home My home phone is 570-256-3808 and my email is gwalker@pplweb.com. ... more
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Wed Jun 18, 2014
Richard Ho answered:
There are both private beach communities and public beaches in Palm Coast. Flagler Beach would be the public beach where most locals go. As for private beach front communities, there is Ocean Hammock (Cinnamon Beach), Hammock Dunes, Hammock Beach, Sea Colony, and the condominiums at Surf Club. ... more
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Sun Jun 15, 2014
Kathleen West answered:
Matthew,

In my opinion, price/sqft is not the base to look at because it's very misleading due to the variety of other factors.

My advice is:

1. Know your budget
2. Find builders (2 to 3) that have the base floor plans you like.
3. Look at homes they have built (models) and whether you like their construction, design, and ability to accommodate your personal tastes
4. Evaluate who you feel most comfortable dealing with

We have a variety of very good builders in the area, and I'd be more than happy to help answer any questions and provide some recommendations.

Feel free to contact me.

Kathleen West, Realtor
Trademark Realty Group of Palm Coast
386-446-5930
kathleeen@palmcoasthomeshow.com
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Wed Apr 9, 2014
Ahaynes5 answered:
we have an ICI home which we had built in 2002 and still live in it and still love it have not had any issues since we turned the key and moved in
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Sat Oct 19, 2013
Johanna Serrano Guillory-Smith answered:
Hi

http://www.navicamls.net/displays/?n=411&i=8412380&k=USfOz8Q5
Please click on this link to see all salt water canal homes available today. It is better that you close on you property there before you get a property here .. there is always a room for negotiation in listing prices when is a cash offer specially for REO's. Feel free to call me if you have not been contact by another real estate agent.
Best regards,
Johanna Serrano
386 585 57592
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Tue Jun 4, 2013
aizan2011 answered:
Try to download cost estimate software from www.DownBet.com
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Tue Jun 4, 2013
Carla Pennington answered:
You should have a budget included in your contract with your builder for these things. If your understanding with him is that you will be providing, ask him what his usual budget would be for these items. You may be too far down the road, but if not, price these out before you sign the builder's contract to be sure the budget is adequate.

I'm assuming this is a custom build. If it's new construction through a developer, you are better off choosing from their selections.
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