My answer would be it depends. The cost to build a home varies widely by location. Building a home in warmer climates is very different , and much less costly, than building in northern states, where foundations must be able to withstand freezing, etc. Different areas have different local codes and regulations. And of course build costs change over time.
I would first suggest that you find a good Realtor and have them run a free market analysis for you on the area you will be building in. Then you will have a good idea of what the going prices are so you do not over build for that area.
Good question! I'm afraid I'll need more info in order to answer your question. There are so many variables involved here. Do you have a set of plans? What kind of total square footage are we talking? What are the specs of each unit? Is the work space finished or unfinished? What types of finishes in the living space (basic, mid, or luxury)? What is the overall style (traditional, modern, etc.)? What part of town? This is obviously a question that can't be answered in a post. Please feel free to contact me to discuss further. Thanks.
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Be sure to disclose the repairs or adjust the sale price for the potential new owners to fix.
It depends, if you know it needs to be done and will enhance the cosmetic feature I say fix.
If it's older things such as a furnace AC Unit, etc...offer a home warranty.
Appliances always look better new! New paint, good curbside appeal and a clean house helps.
It's been said but ask an expert to come in (agent you trust) and get a few opinions. Or get your house appraised before you list it. Or a home inspection both offer comfort to you and the buyer.... more