I know it varies wildly, but what do you think on average a builder can make as a self employed, one man GC/owner builder, building a few modest homes per yr in the Southeast?
I love my job and wont leave my company unless they drag me out by my feet (HAHAHA) but since I'm in the biz, I'd love to know what I could make building a few homes a yr on the side (if my company allows it- I dont know if they do).
thx for the reply. i was thinking 10-20% as well. i can build a home for about 130k, a lot is about 50k. and i can sell for around 300k. all this would of course be depending on if my employer cares if i do it or not. i love my job and my company so i definitely wouldn't do it if my employer was opposed to it.
is that why you advised against in in your first post? because you thought my employer would be against it? i know a guy or two that i work with that flips houses on the side. not sure how my endeavor would be any different, but like i said, i love my job and my employer and would NOT do it if its a no-no.
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