Monday May 25, 2020

Construction costs less than half of price of house in Greater Dublin

'Soft costs" of levies, VAT and builder margin make up remainder

18th May, 2016
Minister for housing Simon Coveney. Pic: RollingNews.ie

Construction costs, known as hard costs, come to €150K, just 45 per cent of total while land, margin and VAT comprise the other €180K.

However, the cost of building a new house is 45,000 higher than the median asking price of a three-bed semi in Dublin

The 'Real Cost of New House Delivery 2016’ report found that land and acquisition costs of €57,500, (17 per cent) VAT of €39K (12 per cent) and a margin...

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