[California] Is building the structure of a home usually a fixed price regardless of the value of the area?

I live in an area that’s finally starting to grow again with new developments in the area. Home prices are skyrocketing and I’d like to lock in a home while they’re still low. Problem is my financial situation is really limiting me at the moment.

1) Can I buy an empty lot right now in a growing area and wait until later to build the structure?

2) Is the price of building the structure generally a fixed price regardless of the value of the land it’s built on, or does building the structure scale somewhat in cost with the value of the land?

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I live in an area that’s finally starting to grow again with new developments in the area. Home prices are skyrocketing and I’d like to lock in a home while they’re still low. Problem is my financial situation is really limiting me at the moment. 1) Can I buy an empty lot right now in a growing area and wait until later to build the structure? 2) Is the price of building the structure generally a fixed price regardless of the value of the land it’s built on, or does building the structure scale somewhat in cost with the value of the land? submitted by /u/ScottyINeedMorePower [link] [comments]

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