The cost of building a house can be as high as $1.5 million, and that includes everything from roofing to plumbing.
But it’s not all work and no play.
The real cost of the construction of a home depends on many factors, including how much it will cost to maintain the property, how much maintenance is needed and how long it will take to build the house.
There are a lot of different factors that can affect the cost of a house, but the main one is the location of the house, according to a new report.
The American Institute of Architects estimates that the cost to build a house in a single county, even one that’s close to another county, can be about $1,000 per square foot, which means a home built in New York City would be about 10 times more expensive than a home in a neighboring county.
The report also found that the average cost per square meter for a single-family home in the United States was about $4,800.
That means a two-story home could be $50,000 more expensive in the same location than it would be in another state, according the report.
But the AIA’s study found that even if a home is built in one county, it may take years to build it.
The median time it took to build one new home was five years in 2015.
If the median time to build two new homes was 15 years, the median would be 12 years.
The report also looked at the average price of homes in the U.S. by county, and found that a house could be built in most counties for $700,000 to $1 million, but that in some areas the cost could be as much as $2.4 million.
The price difference in the most populated counties would be around $600,000.
The biggest cost to the average home owner in a county is maintenance.
Maintenance in most places costs around $3,000 a year, according a report by the AHA.
But if a county has a large number of single- and multi-family homes, the cost can go up to $5,000, according AIA data.