First impressions are lasting impressions and your home’s curb appeal is the first impression potential buyers will get – before they even step inside. You don’t want to mess up and drive away potential buyers because you didn’t clean up the front area of your home.
Here are some areas to pay attention to:
- Pressure washing the outside of the home can be a huge pay off. You want the outside of the home to be mold- and dirt-free. Whether it’s true or not, these things can lead potential buyers to think the home has deeper, less-visible issues.
- Clean your entryway. Remove bugs from light fixture, put a fresh coat of paint on the front door, remove any cobwebs, make sure glass is always clean, and plant fresh flowers to make a strong first impression.
- Make sure the lawn is well-groomed and flower beds kept clean. Cut back any overgrown shrubs from the front of the house and make sure all the trees are well trimmed.
- Add a great welcome mat
- Make sure lawn is free of toys, trash cans, and debris.
With just a few simple steps, you can hopefully turn first impressions into a sale
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