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Posted by MDM Realty, Inc on 7/10/2018

This Condo in Framingham, MA recently sold for $180,000. This Hi-Rise style home was sold by - MDM Realty, Inc.


46 Cochituate Road, Framingham, MA 01701

Condo

$178,000
Price
$180,000
Sale Price

3
Rooms
1
Beds
1
Baths
Welcome to the Penthouse at ďThe CharlesĒ. Gorgeous one bedroom, top floor that boasts neutral carpet and paint plus an electric fireplace. Open floor plan provides entertaining space with the 2016 new kitchen remodel with energy efficient appliances in the kitchen. Recent bath vanity lighting and mirror are modern and chic. Custom shelving with lighting is an added bonus to the bedroom and hall closets. Relax on your patio and enjoy the summer breezes! Easy access to major routes and shopping. Two parking spaces plus laundry facilities and storage complete this awesome condo. Master custom closet has interior lighting.

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Posted by MDM Realty, Inc on 7/10/2018

A three season room can be an extremely beneficial home investment. While many different kinds of improvements allow for the enjoyment of the outdoor spaces of your home, a three season room provides protection from the elements, giving maximum value. 


Thereís a few different things to consider when it comes to estimating the cost of building a three season room. The amount youíll need to spend can vary widely based on the material used, the finishes that have been chosen and where you live.  


Get Estimates


Itís really important when undertaking any kind of home improvement project to obtain estimates. Youíll get ballpark figures of how much it will cost you and youíll be able to get a few ideas from each professional as to how they will go about completing the project. Youíll be able to create your ideal model this way, just by asking for input. The cost will depend on other factors like whether demolition needs to be involved, or how much site preparation is needed.


Use What You Have


Existing structures on your home may be used to build a three season room. A porch or deck may have the ability to be closed in. As long as the condition is good, or the structure is sound, itís easy to use these parts of your home that are already there to build an area to enjoy the outside. A three season room needs a combination of glass, windows, screens and a sturdy floor.


Roofing 


Itís important that you match roof of your sunroom the existing roofing materials on your home. You can choose from a variety of different kinds of roofs from simple to more elaborate styles. For even more light in your sunroom, think about adding a skylight. 


What The Estimate Should Include


The estimate of your three season room should include all of the following areas:


  • Foundation
  • Framing
  • Electrical
  • Moldings
  • Doors and windows
  • Drywall
  • Skylights
  • Screens
  • Ceiling fans

The cost of labor will also be included in the estimate. Carpenters charge around $70 per hour. Electricians range in their charges from $65 to $85 per hour. It will most likely require many different contractors in order to complete the job of creating your three season room. When your building, the most important thing is that you add the aspects that youíll enjoy the most throughout the year. Another important point to remember is that the room will be exposed to the elements, so it is possible that dirt and dust will build up quickly in the sunroom. You should plan accordingly to make cleaning a breeze.  

No matter where you live, itís always great to maximize your enjoyment of the outdoors! Building a three season room can give you the ability to to do just that.     




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Posted by MDM Realty, Inc on 7/7/2018


287 Chace St, Clinton, MA 01510

Single-Family

$249,900
Price

4
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Arts and Crafts style adorable home on gorgeous acre plus lot. Recent updates include Hot Water Tank, Vinyl Siding, Kitchen, Flooring and Electrical. This sun filled beauty has stunning hardwood floors and a kitchen any one would envy. gorgeous white cabinetry, white appliances, granite counters and plenty of storage and cooking space make this kitchen perfect for any cook. You will love the open spaces, new windows. front screened porch, sunny back deck, adorable spaces and a home that doesn't need much updating. You cant get any better for the price! come see for yourself why you should call this home.
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Posted by MDM Realty, Inc on 7/5/2018


9 Tina Rd, Milford, MA 01757

North Milford

Single-Family

$489,900
Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
$50K PRICE REDUCTION! Tasteful 4 bed 3.5 bath Garrison Colonial home in great condition on a private lot in convenient North Milford neighborhood near the Hopkinton line. The home features updated baths, an eat-in kitchen with granite and SS appliances and a built-in pantry. A formal living room, formal dining room, a family room with wood burning fireplace, a large 1st floor playroom and a 12x12 heated sunroom both with cathedral ceilings and access to a large composite deck. Upstairs is a master bedroom with walk in closet & en-suite tiled shower bath and 3 additional bedrooms and a bathroom. The spacious finished lower level includes another family room with a beautiful dry bar great for entertaining, a full bathroom, and a personal sauna. Oversized side entry attached 2-car garage and a 8' x 12' garden shed. Well landscaped, private yard (note: new septic installed Dec 2015). Gorgeous stamped concrete walkways, full irrigation system, central AC, a security system and more!
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July 08 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
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Posted by MDM Realty, Inc on 7/3/2018

If youíre trying to decide whether itís best to move from your current home or to make the necessary improvements on the home, itís not an easy decision. One thing you may have to consider is how to get the capital in order to have those home improvements done. 

Thereís a variety of options available to you in order to secure a loan to renovate your home. Whether you need to renovate the kitchen, build out from your current property, or replace the heating system, thereís ways that you can get the money to complete these necessary updates. 


One thing to consider about any of the options discussed is that you donít want to be paying for home improvement loans until you need to update everything once again. If youíre preparing to sell your home, making improvements is a wise choice, as it can increase the return that youíll get on your home. 

Donít Run Out Of Cash


 If you cannot complete the improvements that you started, you may not be able to get another loan to complete them. You can typically borrow between 80 and 90% of your home equity. The downside to refinancing your home or taking out home equity lines of credit is that youíll need to pay closing costs once the loan is approved. In other words, youíll need to put out some cash in order to get some cash. 

Use Your Own Cash

If you have some cash saved up, itís wise to just do one project at a time. This can take some time, but can be more economical in the long run. If you donít need to complete your repairs in a hurry, then using your own savings is a good idea.

Refinance Your Home

If you would benefit from a lower interest rate, refinancing your home can be a great option. As long as the cost of repairs doesnít exceed the number of years that the updates will last, refinancing makes sense. 

Home Equity Credit Line


If your mortgage is locked in and working for you, home equity lines of credit are always a good option. You can draw money out as you need it and pay it back as you go. You wonít need to pay interest until you use the money and the loan is good for 10 years. The downside is that if you donít make the payments, you could lose your home.   

Home Equity Loans

This type of loan allows you to borrow a fixed amount and then pay back the loan with a fixed monthly installment. A 15 year term is typical of this type of loan.


Construction Loans


A construction loan can be used to build a house or to make large-scale renovations. These loans are short-term and not always easy to find access to. Not to mention that they are heavily managed and perhaps the least popular option presented here. 


FHA 203K Loans


This type of loan is generally used to purchase a home that is in need of much repair. The downside is that youíll need mortgage insurance for the entire life of the loan. Less complicated repairs often offer a more streamlined FHA loan of up to $35,000. 


FHA Title 1 Loans


These loans provide up to $25,000 for home improvements. The money is insured by the federal government and can be obtained from approved lenders. Homeowners donít need access to equity in order to get one of these loans and they are available in 20 year terms. 


These are just some of the options that are available to you as a homeowner seeking ways to get cash to make improvements to your home. You can tap into other types of personal loans including credit cards. Really, you need to do whatís best for your finances. Itís good to know that thereís options available to you to improve your home.




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