How Much Is A Prefab Home?
This is not always an easy question to answer as there are many factors that impact construction costs. The cost to build and finish a move-in ready home is dependent on how you’re building and where you are building. Will you be building yourself, acting as your own General Contractor and hiring out sub-trades or hiring a GC to manage the entire project? Are you building within city limits or rural, remote or semi-remote?
There are many variables that impact build costs. Without a specific plan that is spec’d with your building materials, most General Contractors will tell you $200 a square foot or the average cost for your Region. In most Regions, $200 seems to be the average. Perhaps it will be closer to $175 if you are building a larger footprint or putting in sweat equity. Alternatively, your build costs may be closer to $250 with higher end finishes and a more expensive mechanical system. When considering acting as your own General Contractor, this can reduce square foot costs considerably. Winton’s full custom design service provides the details in the plans you need to get you firmer pricing. Ask us how!
So $200 a square foot is a good budget number to use to get you within your budgetary range for a General Contractor to build you a move in ready home. For example, if you are looking at building a 1,500 square foot home, this would put you in the $300,000 range and help guide you when considering plans and square footage.
At the end of the day, your new Winton home boils down to budget. We can help guide you through the early stages of the planning process to ensure your new home meets both your needs and your budget.
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