Month 3 update on Duplex Construction w/all costs so far

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Thought I'd share an update, and the costs I've hit so far on this project. 

Couple of pics to start things off. 

I have to be over there almost daily keeping up on stupid things and decisions the sub-contractors do not fulfill. I'm honestly really fed up with the general contractor.

As a reminder, I pay the exact invoices that are submitted to the GC. I then pay a fixed 9% fee on top of the non taxable amounts they were billed. Here are my costs so far.

Cost Summary To Date
Pre-Finance Appraisal$850.00
Design and Engineering$4,144.60
Water/Sewer Hookups$11,526.41
Builder Fee to date$22,905.90
Toilet on-site to date$555.41
Framing Labor$19,853.46
Lumber to date$58,047.42
Shower units$2,032.53
Electricity to date$210.00
HVAC to date (80%)$12,583.08
Electrical Install$12,848.64
Low voltage$1,072.08
Cleaning service$1,799.03
Roof + gutters$7,245.45
Siding Labor$7,804.80
Concrete (garage)$3,605.40
Garage Doors3917
Public Util 1000
Window Coverings2000
Total Spend to Date$296,360.23

I'm guessing I have another $50K to go. 

That will put the total project (building only, I already owned the land) in the $350K range. I had budgeted $400K for the project. 

Per sq foot that would be right about $105/sqft. 

@Sean Kollee . That is EVERYTHING that comes from that one vendor. I think it would include the windows etc.. I'll check into it. There were SO many bills from that one vendor I started to lump things together. 

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