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theparson


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29/05/2011 16:04

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Have managed to pick-up a piece of land in Catalkoy and get the Kocan in my own name, so first problem solved, but need to find out a guide figure for building costs, per mtr sq.

Anyone any ideas please?



Mr Vince


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29/05/2011 16:38

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Reasonable finish for 700 per meter sq



bazilbrush


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29/05/2011 17:01

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I would think you would expect a very good finish for 700sqm, unless prices have risen drastically in a year.



Tango1


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Have you taken into consideration the high cost of building really decent surrounding walls in the 700sqm, or is that just for the actual building, less a pool?



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twoexpats


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29/05/2011 17:14

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I am a little surprised that you had not asked the question before you purchased the land!



proger1



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29/05/2011 17:31

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twoexpats, as someone who would also be interested in finding out the answer to this question in the current financial climate and not perhaps at the time they bought the land and then waited for the Kacan before committing themselves further, I hope you won't mind if I place your post in the "about as helpful as a chocoloate firegaurd" file



Tango1


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Msg. 1. I'd be interested to know what figure you finally obtain from the builders you contact. It will be an interesting comparison to 7 years ago that's for sure!



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lovingcyprus


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29/05/2011 18:39

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Msg. 1. I think you would be better to contract out the various things that need to be done when building a property (foundations, bricklaying, plumbing, electrical works, painting etc etc ) This way you will have complete control of your project.



tlvccom


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29/05/2011 22:13

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contact EURO COAST , talk to Bill, they did a fantastic job of my villa, on time great finish, not 700m2



0533 870469



tlvccom


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typo number is 0533 8705469



gillken


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29/05/2011 22:53

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Have you got water and electric....check out how much that would cost. I know it does not help with your question.......I spoke to one man...he said a small transformer 4 poles cost him 10,000



Tango1


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Msg. 11, yes that is something that people tend to forget if the property is being built in isolation rather than on a development. We had to pay for two poles at 1,300 per pole despite the fact that a Kibtek pole is actually less that 15ft from our house.



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rowlo



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29/05/2011 23:22

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maybe a generator would be an option until your house is built , you can always sell it later ?



theparson


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30/05/2011 12:32

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Thanks for all the information and comments which are really helpful, and enough to be going along with at present.



Sunbeams


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30/05/2011 12:45

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You should get a few quotes from recommended builders. If you need a quote from a very good builder please contact Sunbeams on 0533 822 39 10 (mobile) or 0392 822 39 10 (office)



StGeorgeI


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30/05/2011 13:00

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How long is a piece of string - you can build for 300m2 up to 1,200m2 or more.



You need more info to get started with this really.



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clive-tpc


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31/05/2011 07:54

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good morning

it is very diffacult to get a price per m2...i would first recomend you get drawings completed and a build visa..you will then know what you have to do to comply to regulation..then you canget build costs from consttruction companies...we have built many indervidual houses all of different spec and finish for examle you can pay 10tl per m2 for tiles or you can pay 60tl per m23 for tiles deplneds on choice.

if you would like i can put you in touch with a very good architec who cal help you.



please first get plans and a visa before ging any further many will say you can do anything but this is not the case get the rules confirmed first with a visa.



clive



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