What is the building price per sq ft cost in residential.?

Asked by Codi Tucker, Owasso, OK Sun Sep 29, 2013

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Jirius Isaac, Agent, Kenmore, WA
Sun Sep 29, 2013
As you can see from the other answers, this is really a hard question to answer because it depends on so many factors. Talk to an experienced local real estate agent & builder to get a better sense of what you are looking at once you give them the detail of what you are looking for.

Good luck to you in any case
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Daniel Smith, Agent, Bellingham, WA
Sun Sep 29, 2013
Builder cost
110-120 for town homes depending on finishes
120 & up on SF Spec..DOF ...custom homes can hit up to 200+ per sf

These do not include site cost and improvements just vertical
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Dan Tabit, Agent, Issaquah, WA
Sun Sep 29, 2013
Cody,
Price per square foot is a dangerous number to focus on. A small one level home may cost more on this basis than a multilevel luxury home. One of us can send you new construction listings to give you some basis of comparisons. Just let us know a bit more what you hope to find either style, quality and area or price range and a local Broker can send you several new or nearly new homes to consider.
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Ray Akers, Agent, Seattle, WA
Sun Sep 29, 2013
That's like asking what shade of blue is the sky? The cost per-square-foot depends on a number of factors including location, cost of materials, cost of labor, and more. Are you talking about Iowa or Hawaii? Is the 'construction' new from the ground-up, or a remodel project in an existing home? Is the 'construction' a basement rec room, a new garage, or a brand new house? Depending upon the location and the type of project, the price of new construction will vary widely from $75 per-square-foot to more than $400 per-square-foot.
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What a "cop out".
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