Welcome to Havanese Forum. You have a great looking Havanese!
Check this current thread with regards to prices paid by HF members for their Havanese: https://www.havaneseforum.com/6-gene...-havanese.html
Realize that many members purchased their dogs 5 - 10 - 15 years ago so that skews the price range lower. In fact, I expect my dog would be at least 50% MORE than what I paid for him 6 years ago (and that would still be a bargain for what I have) I would expect that a good Havanese will have all the right testing and genetics to expect one that will be healthy, sturdy, intelligent, and some basic training before being sent home to their forever family. In my opinion, that will be a Havanese puppy in the $2000 to $3000 price range. If you want a Havanese with the potential to be a show dog, expect prices to be much higher than that.
It is possible to find a "bargain" in the marketplace. But that usually includes a lot of heartache and a much higher cost in the long run with potential severe medical issues, behavioral issues, and perhaps a shorter life span than the normal 15+ years. So be very careful about "bargains" because they are not "bargains" in the long run.
If you do find something that appeals to you, I recommend that you run the breeder past this forum before you put down any money. You would be surprised at how some breeders get certain reputations (some good and some bad) and often someone on this forum will know about their reputation (good or bad).
As an aside, I spend more PER YEAR on my Havanese than I paid for him originally. The expenses include high quality (expensive) food, frequent grooming to keep his coat in tip top condition, toys & equipment, and minor (but expensive) medical attention to keep him at the peak of good health..................and he is worth every last 100 dollar bill of all that!
Good hunting and keep us informed.