Jun 11, 2019 1:19 pm
I am curious to know if anyone is keen to share there final build cost per m2 and what state there in?
We are close to the business end of things now and are hopefully close to the final costings.
We live in QLD and building in Tas so anything we look at in QLD is MUCH cheaper than the costs down south so I am curious to see where everyone landed?
So... Care to share?
Re: Final build cost per m2???3
Jun 11, 2019 1:55 pm
depends on a number of factors - complexity of the project/site, size of the house, project/custom builder, level of finishes, etc.
there is no single figure
Yeah I get that, every build will obviously be different, its a question out of curiosity rather than a figure create a budget from.
Re: Final build cost per m2???5
Jun 11, 2019 8:36 pm
My brother in Newcastle got away with $1250 sqm for a single storey volume builder home. Probably say it's a low-med level of finishes.
Sydney build coming up for myself in the near-ish future. Hoping to keep it under $2000 sqm for a customised build.
Re: Final build cost per m2???7
Jun 12, 2019 10:32 am
Building in sa with simonds homes and our 280sqr works out to be $1100ish we have upgraded most things. would say medium level finish. Nothing over the top but could deff be a forever home.
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