| Curb appeal tells home buyers a lot about a house before they even walk through the front door. It adds a certain “wow” factor that encourages potential buyers to want to look at the inside of the home.|
A home’s curb appeal is often based on a few factors, like:
A roof that looks new and can withstand a storm.
A clean or newly painted siding of a home.
A freshly stained deck.
A well-kept yard including freshly mowed grass, trimmed trees, and new mulch.
A pressure-washed driveway with no cracks
A new or freshly painted front door.
Even the best homes can suffer on the market because of a lack of curb appeal.
Luckily, it’s relatively easy to improve a home’s curb appeal, and the result can have a pretty big impact on the listing as well as the sales price. If you want to improve your home’s curb appeal, drive down the street and pretend you have never seen the property before. Take note of what you notice about the house, and look for areas that need improvement.
Bring any home an extra touch of love with these simple, easy touches!