I can help with different green options and help you save money for years to come. There are green mortages as well that will lower your costs.
Call, email or text me anytime and I will be happy to share what I know to help you come up with the best plan for you.
Slab cost variation due to topography and soil type?
Does the price include permits and tap fees or well and septic system?
Does it include architectural fees?
Does the price include foundation engineering fees?
How many bathrooms?
A new question on high end houses is how many kitchens? Prep kitchens are becoming very popular.
on and on.
The best bet is do your homework, get references including from sub-contractors, interview the whole builder team select a builder and let them work to match your needs, wants and wishes to your budget. An honest builder will let you know if your home and your budget are out of line before you get too far down the road. A dishonest builder will throw out a cheap price per foot and then change order you to death.
In North Central Austin, say south of 2222 and between the freeways, lots are available for $150k upwards to nearly $500k.
Please let me know if you have any more questions. Good Luck!!!
Vox Real Estate LLC
Please feel free to contact me if you would like any analysis on a neighborhood.
Are there utilities on the property or will they have to be brought to the lot?
The best place to start is to get with your RealtorÂ® and compare other homes this particular builder has completed. Find out if they offered incentives to the purchaser, closing costs, etc. Then your RealtorÂ® can help you determine fair market value for the home you are wishing to build.
Hope this is helpful!
Gina Nyland, REALTORÂ®, GRI
The Nyland Team
Prudential Texas Realty
Susan Geick, Realtor
John Horton Realty/Private Label Realty