What is the average price per square foot for a new construction in the Eastgate/Batavia area?

Asked by Lynndee, 45245 Mon Jul 19, 2010

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Jim Basquette…, Agent, Cincinnati, OH
Tue Jul 20, 2010
It depends on the level of finishes, lot cost and many other factors. Did you want a custom home from plans you already have chosen or wnat a builders floor plan. If you are willing to buy a builders completed home, you will get a better price as they like selleg those homes to free up cash for new builds.

Find a realtor who is familiar with builders in the area and in dealing with builders, it won't cost you anything and it could save you a lot.
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Danny Vinson, Agent, Cincinnati, OH
Tue Jul 20, 2010
I have sold 4 New construction homes and am working on 2 right now. It depends on where. You cannot really say there is a certain price per square foot. Vista lakes in Batavia has homes starting at 120k. The same home and floor plan in another Batavia community will be 140k. It depends on your upgrades and the actual elevation of the home. Their are 3 Ryan home neighborhoods in Batavia and a couple other builders. I would be happy to help if you would like some assistance. :)
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James Gordon…, Agent, Hamilton, OH
Tue Jul 20, 2010
Lynndee it all depends on what you put in the home and where you are going to build. You can build from under 100.00 a foot to the sky is the limit depending on your ammenities. I just closed monday on a new construction that came in at 115.00 a foot that was great. The home even had granite tops in all the bathrooms and a extra large 2 head shower in the master. Master walk in closet is about 14x16! They had a whole home sound system that added about 1.50 a foot, a deeper basement that added about 1.00 a foot, upgraded carpet that added about 1.50 a foot, brick design that added a 1.00 a foot, mud room/laundry room with coat closet that added about 3.00 a foot, the list goes on. So it all depends on what you want in the home and your future plans.
By the way use a Realtor® to help you that is familiar with new construction as they may be able to save you a lot of money and head aches.
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