6 Tips To Increase The Curb Appeal Of Your Home

6 tips to increase curb appeal of your home judy gang remax one

6 Tips To Increase The Curb Appeal Of Your Home – Curb appeal is an important part of the home selling process. After all, the curb appeal of your home is the buyers first impression. Sometimes when a buyer doesn’t like what they see when they pull up to a home for a showing, they may not even go into the home. Don’t let that happen to you and make sure your curb appeal is on point with these tips…

Power Wash – If you don’t own a power washer, rent one to help give the front of your home a deep clean. After the winter months, there is a layer of dirt and it will only benefit the look of your home to get rid of it. Power washing your front porch will make all the difference in the overall appearance of your home.

Landscaping – Make sure the grass is freshly mowed and the landscaping is cleaned up before a viewing. Adding potted plants or flowers can make your home “pop,” bonus points if the color of the flowers compliment the color of your home or front door.

Roofing – Many new homebuyers have a concern for the condition of the roof. Re-roofing a home is expensive, and no new homeowner wants to have to deal with that right off the bat or within the first few months of living in their new home. Have an inspector take a look at your roof and make updates, like fixing leaks, as necessary.

Clean out Gutters – No one wants to look at a potential new home and see the gutters clogged with leaves. A simple afternoon of cleaning can eliminate the problems and prevent having an eyesore for potential buyers.

Paint – Make the front of your home pop with color by adding a few coats of fresh paint to your front door. This will not only make your home stand out, but it will make it look clean and like new.

View At Night – Curb appeal is not just during the day. Make sure your home looks inviting and beautiful at night too. Making sure your home is well lit is a way to do this.



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