This depends on if it is a load bearing wall or not. If it is load bearing, it supports the roof or higher story and cannot simply be taken out. Jacks must be installed before the wall is removed, and something else must be built in its place to handle the weight. If you don't do this you will regret it. With all the proper equipment this can be expensive, and depends on the job. If it is not a load bearing wall, not nearly as much. Removing a non-load bearing wall is a matter of removing any mechanical fixtures (lights/outlets/Plumbing/heating), knocking the wall down, and then patching the hole where the wall itself was to blend the now joined room. It it is just a wall, I'd say around $20 for a sledge + paint & plaster. Please check that it isn't load bearing first, though. If you succeed in knocking out a load beaing wall your house may collapse. At the minimum you will do severe damage to the now bearing walls as the house settles into its new position.
depends on how big the wall is would help if you were more specific
I would figure around $5k depending on the size and type of wall.
I just got a quote this week from a professional contractor on tearing down 2 load-bearing walls in my new home. He said he would do 1 wall for $3600, and the 2nd wall for an additional $2600. Hope this helps!
Tear down the wall and get closer to his neighbor.
Why do hunters tear down parts of the wall?
Tear down this wall speech
I think you mean how much will 'someone' charge. Check out your local construction companies. It's not an involved job (depending on the size of the wall) and shouldn't cost too much.