Building a home of your dreams yourself sounds like a great plan because you get to do everything the way you want without overpaying for features you don’t need or settling for the ready-made offers that flood the market. Sure there are drawbacks, but are they serious enough to make you change your mind and give up your dream?
The rough estimation includes site, interior, and exterior work, as well as overhead and general expenses, builder profit, sales commission, and so on. In addition, the total expenditure is affected by many variables, that include the location, quality of materials and finishes, as well as the construction company and their bona fide.
For a detailed breakdown of the total expenditure, proceed to the full article in our blog here: Building a New House: What is the Cost?