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4 Ways to Boost Curb Appeal When Looking to Sell Your Home
Posted on Fri, 15 Apr 2016, 10:00:00 AM  in Home selling tips,  Marketing strategies,  My services
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Making the decision to sell your home is one that shouldn’t be taken lightly. There is a lot of hard work and time that goes into making sure you get what you want out of your home and the process goes as smoothly as possible. The last thing you want is to end up getting far less for your home than you deserve, especially if there was something you could have done to change that. To make sure you don’t end up losing out when you go to sell your home, consider doing these four simple things to help boost your curb appeal.


Paint the outside of your home
Imagine if you were to pull up to a home for sale and the paint on the outside of the home appeared faded, cracked and chipped. Would that make you want to see the inside? For many buyers, they form an impression of a home the minute they pull into the driveway. You want them to have a positive impression about the home and be open about seeing the rest of the property. Start off by painting the exterior of your home. Give it a clean look in a neutral color like a tan, dooryellow or white. This way it doesn’t turn away potential buyers.

Get a new door
Your door is the entryway to your home. You want it to appear as nice and well-kept as possible. The best way to do this is by either giving your door a fresh coat of paint or simply replacing it with a new one. You want to make sure the door is sturdy and aesthetically appealing. Also, make sure the door works with the rest of the home. You don’t want the door and the exterior of the home to clash.

Clean up the yard
No one wants to look at a home that has weeds growing everywhere around the yard. Hire someone to come in and do a thorough landscaping job for you if need be. This includes things like trimming the trees, planting new flowers, trimming the shrubs and so on. The key is making sure everything around the home is clean and well-kept. Get rid of any weeds or dead shrubs. Clean and tidy is the key to any good landscaping project. If you don’t have any shrubs or trees around your home, now might be the time to plant some. Professional landscaping companies can go through and draw you up a plan that highlights their ideas about what will look the best around your property.

Redo the driveway
Your driveway should be free from cracks and chipped cement. If possible, go through and have it resealed. If the driveway is too far gone, you want to tear it up and put a new one down. It makes sense that the driveway is going to sustain some degree of wear over the years, but you don’t want to leave it looking that way. Having a clean, fresh driveway will go a long way in what people think about your property. 

By going through the tips above, you can instantly transform the outside of your home and add to its curb appeal. People form an impression of the inside of your home before they ever step inside of the doorway. Do everything you can to make sure that impression is as positive as possible. This will help boost appeal and increase the overall selling price, not to mention get more people interested in your home in the first place. It doesn’t take much to transform the look of your home, but it will go a long way in the real estate market.

 


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