Building Costs Per Square Foot in the State of South Carolina – Single Family Homes

South Carolina 105 S Forest Cir Marietta SC29661 - 3 Bed and 3 Baths with 2 Attached Garages on Gross Floor Area 1600 to 1799 sqft - Built in 2022 - Price $293,634

Newly Built House in South Carolina 105 S Forest Cir Marietta SC29661 – 3 Bed and 3 Baths with 2 Attached Garages on Gross Floor Area 1600 to 1799 sqft – Built in 2022 – Price $293,634

As of 2024, building costs in the state of South Carolina are -1% below the national average. The charts below show a comparison of costs between luxury, semi-luxury, best, good, average and minimum standard single-family houses. Costs are also given for manufactured housing in five quality classes.

2024 Building Costs Per Square Foot for Single Family Homes in the State of South Carolina, USA

Class 1 – Luxury Homes – $390.59 to $601.99 per sqft

Class 2 – Semi Luxury Homes – $237.39 to $365.85 per sqft

Class 3 – Best Standard Homes – $153.48 to $234.34 per sqft

Class 4 – Good Standard Homes – $111.99 to $172.67 per sqft

Class 5 – Average Standard Homes – $90.92 to $139.98 per sqft

Class 6 – Minimum Standard  Homes – $71.71 to $110.49 per sqft

South Carolina Single Family Houses 2024 Building Costs

South Carolina Single Family Houses 2024 Building Costs

2024 Building Costs Per Square Foot for Manufactured Housing in the State of South Carolina, USA

Manufactured housing is composed of one or more prefabricated modular units which are delivered to the site and assembled on a RC foundation or slab.

Best Quality Housing – $139.39 to $159.28 per sqft

Good Quality Housing – $117.39 to $140.53 per sqft

Average Quality Housing – $95.02 to $122.38 per sqft

Low Average Quality Housing – $80.41 to $106.63 per sqft

Lowest Quality Housing – $69.05 to $94.33 per sqft

South Carolina Manufactured Housing 2024 Building Costs

South Carolina Manufactured Housing 2024 Building Costs

 

2022 Residential Construction Market Analysis in the State of South Carolina, USA

Building costs are 1% below the national average in the state of South Carolina, and equivalent to the states of New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, Minnesota and Wyoming. There are not many things in life that are as intimidating as investing in the real estate market or looking to buy your own home. There are many prejudices about everything that surrounds the residential construction market, such as what are you likely to get scammed, that nobody is selling or buying properties, etc. Fortunately, in most cases, this is not true.

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