Curb Appeal is very important, as this is what buyers first see while driving by. If the buyers like how it looks on the outside, they are more prone to schedule a showing for the inside of the home. If you are looking to boost your home’s value, refreshing your home’s exterior cosmetics can be a smart investment. Keeping costs down by doing it yourself, or friends and family to help with just the simplest tasks like:
- Paint: it gives a fresh look- Painting the whole house is great but if you can’t afford that then just do the essentials like: shutters, eaves, doors and other trims.
- Adding new hardware like a mailbox, house numbers, and a front door or door knockers and kick plates, it brings the home into a modern and newer look and
- Curb Appeal: It is very important to have a nice curb appeal, as this is what buyers first sees while driving by. If the buyers like how it looks on the outside, they are more prone to schedule a showing for the inside of the home. Landscaping – planting new or fragrant flowers, trimming overgrown shrubs, pulling weeds. Buyers are very attracted by low maintenance ground cover.
First step is the exterior of the home, but do not neglect the interior. Just a few things can make your home happier for you (if you decide to stay in the home) and for the potential buyers. Again, paint can do magic, clean window coverings and installing lighting, can make your home brighter if you do not have much natural light. Adding shelves can help you organize and take stuff from the floor up on higher ground to give that “big space” feeling.