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Make Sure Your Curb Appeal is Appealing

February 22, 2017


Preparing your home for sale can be a lot of work. But putting in the extra effort typically pays off in the end.


Because the exterior of your home is the first thing a potential buyer sees online and at an open house, it's important to take the extra steps needed to give the very best first impression!



How is your exterior paint?  Is the color dated or chipping? If yes, then it's time to call a painter. Be sure to give your yard some love--trim bushes, pull weeds and mow the lawn. 

Have your windows professionally cleaned inside and out. It makes a huge difference in photos and it really allows the light to come through as buyers walk from room to room.  


Wash the front door so it is free of dust, cobwebs, and dirt. If paint on the door is chipped then touch it up or re-paint it. Look up--is the porch light full of dead bugs and cobwebs? Is the light bulb working?  


Add a planter of seasonal flowers to the front porch. This will make your entry more welcoming




Put a NEW door mat on the front porch (yes, a brand new one). You don't want buyers stepping on an old worn-out mat right before they come into your home do you? 


Here's the perfect new door mat for your porch! 



While many sellers only focus on getting the inside of the house in top shape, it's important to make your curb appeal as appealing as possible.


By implementing these exterior home improvement tips, it will certainly help you get top dollar for your house! 









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