Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Curb appeal

Making sure everything looks clean, fresh and works well can make a big difference. If your house is not appealing potential buyers may not even stop to look at your home. You may think that it is OK to skip this step and take less, but if your house does not have curb appeal you may never get the chance to negotiate with a potential buyer. Here are some simple and easy things you can do to make your home stand out and maximize your chances of exciting buyers when your house hits the market:
  • Clean up the entryway to your home.
  • Sweep or pressure-wash the front walk and porch. 
  • Polish any outdoor metalwork. 
  • Clean all your windows and glass.
  • Replace any burnt-out bulbs in outdoor lighting. 
  • Freshen up with new paint on shutters, doors and trim.
  • And, if you can, plant your flower bed, add new mulch and take care of your lawn.  
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