How Much Does It Cost To Build Inside Hot Springs Village?

How Much Does It Cost To Build Inside Hot Springs Village?

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Note regarding the Hot Springs Village buy-in fee: The fee is $1,500 for an improved lot, $250 for an unimproved lot and $1,250 to convert an unimproved lot to an improved lot. An unimproved lot is a lot which has no utilities (aka water meter). In other words, an empty lot which doesn’t yet have a house on it.

It’s easily a top 3 question we get almost weekly. “How much will it cost me to build a house inside Hot Springs Village?”

It depends.

There are so many variables, it’s impossible to give much of an answer other than, “It depends.”

Foundations can include crawl spaces or basements. Or not. That’ll dramatically impact the construction cost. Square footage, level of finish touches (engineered hard wood floors vs. luxury vinyl tile vs. carpet, etc.), and so many other factors have to be considered.

Hot Springs Village is a top drawer destination for folks looking for what the Village provides: safety, peace, woods, wildlife, water, golf, hiking, high quality of life, affordability and so much more. Have you never visited Hot Springs Village? Do it. Soon. You will not regret it.

Randy Cantrell

KVRE, media sponsor to HSV Inside Out
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1 thought on “How Much Does It Cost To Build Inside Hot Springs Village?”

  1. guys, you have a tendency to go off target. How much does it cost to build a home in hsv., i think you spent 20 seconds on focus. I was hoping to get insight but came away empty as i have a lot and am looking forward to building.

    i think you’re both knowledgeable, and i listen to learn. Subject matter needs to be on point, informative, give people something that they can use.

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