Katherine P
Katherine P
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  • Haltom City, TX
Asked on Jan 13, 2012

How much would it cost to build 10 apartments with the 3 bedrooms up stairs and1 downstairs

Chris HSherrie SWoodbridge Environmental Tiptophouse.com
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Answered

Also with bathroom upstairs and one down stair.
8 answers
  • 360 Sod (Donna Dixson)
    on Jan 13, 2012

    Square footage?

  • Designs by BSB
    on Jan 13, 2012

    Oh my goodness, that is a BIG question! Sensitive on size, location, quality of materials and logistics of the land.

  • KMS Woodworks
    on Jan 13, 2012

    150 to 300 per square foot a place to start...but there are SO many more variables to consider.

  • As KMS said lots of variables to even take a shot at this. Firewall requirement, basement, slab, hurricane construction, soil types, size of rooms, type of lot. Land improvements, sewer, gas, electrical, Many towns these days put a burden onto the builder to improve the area road and or sidewalks. All must be considered into the mix to determine your final cost per square foot overall. But prices are nearing the $125-$250 Would be considered depending on location city or small town.

  • Katherine P
    on Jan 27, 2012

    Thanks for replying back. Its a new structure and m talking to commical loan companies to borrow the money. Its for section 8 housing. The soil in Texas move cause structural damage if not done right. Maybe bout 1000 sq. Ft. and 2 to 4 duplex to start off first. Then after they r paid off I might built more. Thank again for your tipand ideas. : -)

  • You should consider prefab housing system. They can be constructed in such a manner that they can be added to as you moved along. I would suggest that you contact a prefab building company in your area and speak with them about your ideas. They use these types of structures for the quad housing at Rutgers Cook College campus. They only take about two weeks to install and prep for use once they get the slabs poured and the utilities set into place to connect.

  • Sherrie S
    on Feb 3, 2012

    Section 8 like any other government controlled plan is something you should seriously study before choosing to do this. My brother has a duplex he already owned and converted to this program and it worked for him. Anything related to government is complex. Get help before starting the project. I'm kinda anti-government help for anything.

  • Chris H
    on Apr 3, 2012

    always remember that estimates are free ... contact a builder or general contractor for a no obligation free estimate.

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