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Regina Harmon
  • 54, Female
  • Colorado Springs, CO
  • United States
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Cost of log home
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Started this discussion. Last reply by tom brodeur Jul 1, 2014.


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Tell us about yourself:
I have always wanted a log home and in today's economy, no other home for me will do. This will have to be my retirement home hopefully in 12 years.
Are you lucky enough to be living in a log home?
What timeframe are you looking to start your dream home?
24+ months

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At 11:00am on March 11, 2013, James W. Harbin said…

Hi Regina, As a log home Dealer/Builder I am asked to give turn-key estimates all the time. After 27 years I have learned this formula: Get the full price of all materials (wood) to build your home and multiply it by 3. The material should come to 65 or 70 dollars. You can make adjustments as you put bids together. I recommend that you work with an experienced log home contractor who can get you the best prices from his subcontractors and build your home in a timely manner. Most banks qualify your builder before they lend to you. The material price is per square foot of living space including closet space. Good Luck,
Jim and Pam Harbin Katahdin Cedar Log Homes for the Mid Atlantic Region


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