We've had a lot of electrical work done at the two houses we've had. Good work isn't usually cheap, so caveat emptor.
The freezer would be well suited to living on its own GFCI circuit. (It might even be required by code.) The last thing you want is for someone to blow the circuit running something like a curling iron and you not realizing the freezer shut down until a week after the fact. For everything else, I think you'd probably be okay with two circuits, say 4 outlets per circuit. Can't say for your area, but here in SoCal that kind of work would probably cost somewhere tween $500 and a grand.
If you have three openings avail on your panel, that will save you money. If you have to put a new panel in, that will cost a big chunk more.