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Can you build a ~2,000 sq ft home for $150,000 or less in the Midwest? I would do some of the lighter work (floors, painting, etc.) by myself to save money. I plan on contacting a few builders I work with to ask them, but I'm wondering if any of you have experience with this. I'm looking at getting a bigger plot of land in a rural area so I have more room to store my tools so I would be building it there.

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