What's the Cost to Build a New Home? Trends in the Apex North Carolina:
What do new homes cost to build in Apex, NC? The Triangle Parade of Homes can be an indicator of new home construction cost. We've analyzed the new homes in Apex entered in the Parade of Homes, and here's what we found out about the average price, average sq ft, and most common type of new homes built in Apex:
New Home Pricing Information in Wake County - Parade of Homes Entries
Average Home Price in Apex NC: $583,478
Avgerage Home Square Footage in Apex NC: 3465 sq ft
Lowest Cost Home = $350,125
Highest Cost Home = $911,714
1. One Story, Main Floor Master, and Two Story Homes in Apex NC:Fourteen new homes in Apex were featured in the Parade of Homes.
- 1 of 14 or 7% of homes in Apex have a one story floor plan.
- 3 of 14 or 21% of homes in Apex have a main floor master (or downstairs master bedroom) floor plan.
- 10 of 14 or 71% of homes in Apex have a two story floor plan.
- 0 homes have a dual master floor plan, despite rising trends of multigenerational living new homes.
2. Single Family Vs. Townhomes in Apex NC:
- 12 of 14 or 86% of homes in Apex have a single family floor plan.
- 2 of 14 or 14% of homes in Apex have a townhome floor plan.
Do New Homes Cost More in Wake County?
The cost of new homes is based on a wide range of factors, from the cost of the land the home is built on to the size of the home and the finishes and features. Generally speaking, Wake County homes can cost a bit more, depending on where in the county you want to live, as land and building costs in Raleigh and Apex tend to be a little higher than in neighboring areas of Fuquay Varina, Garner, and Wake Forest.
What are the Building Costs for Your Lot in Wake County?Whether you’ve already purchased a lot you love, want to build on family land, or are considering available lots, Stanton Homes’ custom build process includes an on-site assessment of your floor plan to your homesite, with our builder perspective on what to expect for site work. Learn more about custom home lot assessments, here.
What does this mean for homebuyers in Apex NC?
Parade of Homes entries generally represent what price points builders believe homebuyers are looking for today.These custom homes are move-in ready, or nearly available, in Chatham County. Click the address for new home cost and more information:
This is representative only of the homes featured in the Parade of Homes, and not intended to be a general indicator of the Wake County new home market, though Parade of Homes can be representative of overall trends. These statistics were derived by Penny Hull from public information about Parade of Homes entries, and are copyright Stanton Homes. The statistics calculated above represent Parade of Homes entries in Wake County in Arcadia West, Colvin Park, Enclave at White Oak Creek, Hempstead at Beaver Creek, Madison at Evans Creek, Regency at White Oak Creek, Riley's Pond, Siena at Bella Casa, Stillwater, The Pines at Wake Crossing, The Townes at Bella Casa, Verona at Bella Casa new home communities.