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A three season room can be a really great investment for your home. This addition really allows for the enjoyment of the great outdoors without exposing you to the elements. It’s an investment that gives a maximum return.  

When you decide to install a three season room, there are a few things that you should consider. First, you’ll need to estimate the costs of building the room. How much you’ll spend varies based on the finishes that you choose, the materials used, and the area of the country that you live in.


When you undertake any kind of home improvement project you should obtain estimates first. This way, you’ll have an idea of just how much the project will cost. Contractors will also give you an idea of how they will go about completing the project in order to meet your needs. It’s a good idea to know how much demolition is needed and how long the project will take. This will vary by contractor.

Think Of Using Existing Structures

Using existing structures on your home can really help to cut down the cost of building a three season room. Your current porch or deck area may even have the ability to be enclosed. If the structures are sound, it’s a great option. Remember that a three season room needs glass, a sturdy floor, screens and windows to be complete! 

Match The Roof

You’ll want to match the roof of your three season/sunroom with the existing roof of your home. Choose from a variety of styles from simple to the elaborate. Just be sure that the new roofing doesn’t stick out too much. You can even add a skylight in the new addition to let more light in. 

The Estimate

You want to be sure that you get an accurate estimate for building your three season room. The contractor should include all of the following areas in the estimate:

  • The foundation
  • The frame
  • Electrical
  • Molding
  • Drywall
  • Skylights
  • Windows
  • Doors
  • Screens
  • Fans
  • HVAC hookups

It should be noted that along with building materials, the cost of labor should be included along with the estimate. Carpenters charge a set rate per hour as do electricians and plumbers. You’ll most likely need a few different contractors in order to complete your three season room, so take that into account. 

No matter what part of the country that you live in, you will always be happier if you maximize your enjoyment of the outdoors. Completing a 3 season room can help you and your family to enjoy nature all year round.

138 Central Street, Somerville, MA 02145



Full/Half Baths
Welcome to 138 Central Street!!! Nestled between Magoun Square and Winter Hill, this well kept spacious colonial boasts over 3500 sq feet on a 5300 sq ft corner lot. Walk into a grand foyer leading to a fireplaced parlor/living room. The dining room is ready for your family gatherings. The kitchen features stainless steel appliances and granite counter tops. Four spacious bedrooms and a full bathroom adorn the second floor. The third floor features two bedrooms with electric heat and a bonus rec room which can be used as an office, or make the whole third floor a master suite! The finished basement features a full bath and 2 extra rooms for storage or utility. Paved 3+ car driveway and a one car garage assure that you will not run out of off street parking. Or park on the permit parking only street. Outdoor patio lets you enjoy your own private space. Close to transportation,highways,shopping and the new future green line extension. Take a look at the virtual tour and floorplan
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It’s a difficult time to be a first-time home buyer. Post-recession buyers are wary--and for good reason--of how and when to save money for a down payment on a house. One thing to remember, however, is that it’s always a good time to start saving.

In this article, we’re going to cover the four most useful methods of saving for a down payment on your first home. That way you can feel confident in taking the first and most important step toward homeownership.

Choosing the right savings account

Unlike riskier investments, a savings account is a safe and proven way of building interest and saving for a home. However, not all savings accounts are created equal.

Typically, brick and mortar banks offer interest rates that are low--the current national average is only about 0.06% annually. While these banks offer conveniences such as in-network ATMs and check-cashing, their physical locations make them expensive to run.

Enter the online bank. Since online banks don’t have all of the costs associated with running branches, they can afford to offer better rewards--namely, high-interest returns on your savings accounts.

So, should you take all of your money out of your current savings account and transfer it to an online bank? Maybe. But let’s talk about the benefits of having multiple savings accounts.

Open a dedicated account with automatic deposits

Saving isn’t just difficult due to financial reasons. Managing money also takes time and effort. To simplify this process, it’s preferable to direct deposit or automatically transfer a percentage of your weekly income into your down payment savings account.

While it may seem like pinching pennies at first, even small weekly deposits add up, and within a few years the compounding interest can earn you enough for a higher down payment than you thought possible.

Prioritize high-interest debt now

Have student debt or a car loan that’s keeping you from focusing on saving for a down payment? Oftentimes the best coarse of action is to aggressively pay off high-interest loans. In the long term, this will save you money that can then be used toward a down payment.

For debt that will take several years to pay off, consider refinancing for a lower interest rate, or consolidating your student loans. Speaking with a student loan adviser or financial planner is a good first step to take toward managing your debt.

Make a real budget

Most of us think of a verb when we hear the word “budget.” However, it’s more useful as a noun.

Creating a real budget, whether it’s in Excel, Google Sheets, or with the help of an app, having a budget you can refer to once a week is vital to making good savings decisions. It will help you monitor your spending and stay on top of your savings goals.

This Single-Family in Malden, MA recently sold for $750,000. This Victorian style home was sold by Office Malden - RE/MAX Trinity.

41 Newbury St, Malden, MA 02148


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Come see this Grand Victorian on a great corner lot. Tastefully renovated, from top to bottom. Offering 4-5 bedrooms plus bonus room. Located in desirable Malden, MA and close to Malden T for ease of transportation. Shopping and major highways all close by. Details including beautiful White kitchen w/ granite and SS, hardwood floors through-out,. Jack & Jill staircase, pocket doors separating the living room and dining room with the original fireplace. Truly stunning to have a beautiful home with yesteryear charm! 2nd floor has 3 generous bedrooms plus an office. 3rd floor has 1 bedroom and 1 bonus room/office! First open house Saturday and Sunday 1130-1PM. Come see all this classic Victorian has to offer!

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6 Highland Ave, Somerville, MA 02143

Prospect Hill


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Modern, spacious, & with an incredible OPEN CONCEPT layout! This magnificent condo will NOT fail to impress you. Throughout the home you will find gorgeous hardwood flooring, impressive high ceilings, & an updated kitchen complete with a "sit down island" & stainless steel appliances. The SUPER-SIZED master bedroom will AMAZE you. It features a seating area, a spa-inspired master bathroom, double closets, designated laundry space, & plenty of natural light! The two car garage & convenient location in Prospect Hill adds to the beauty of this home. This stunning Victorian is located within walking distance to many superb restaurants, community activities, & easy access to Boston and Cambridge! There are beautiful, well-kept historic homes, historic landmarks, & tree filled shady parks. Transportation is within walking distance. Located right down the street from Prospect Hill Park, Union Square & the Green Line Extension. Unit features SEPARATE ENTRANCE & common outdoor space!

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