10 Tips to a Great Curb Appeal Home

Here are ten quick tips to improve curb appeal of your home. Curb appeal is really important to build a great first impressions with your potential buyers. Within the first few minutes of arriving at the property, a prospect could already have reached certain conclusions about your home. Following tips could help building better first impression.

  • Street and Driveway:
    The street in front of your home should be free of litter and may need a quick sweep. The driveway should be free of stains by either pressure washing or bleaching. If you park your vehicle in the driveway, make sure it is attractive and well-maintained. If not, park it down the street.
  • Sidewalk and Front Walkway:
    Make sure the sidewalk and front walkways are swept clean and remove any weeds you see growing in the cracks. You should repair any bad cracks in the front walkway.
  • Street and Driveway:
    The street in front of your home should be free of litter and may need a quick sweep. The driveway should be free of stains by either pressure washing or bleaching. If you park your vehicle in the driveway, make sure it is attractive and well-maintained. If not, park it down the street.
  • Gutters and Downspouts:
    Make sure these areas are neat and trim and consider replacing ones that are in need of serious repair.
  • Windows:
    Clean those windows until they sparkle. Add shutters to the front windows or install flower boxes below the windows with bright flowers.
  • Landscaping:
    Make sure the lawn stays freshly mowed and all shrubs are neatly trimmed. Add a little sod to any bare spots in your lawn.
  • Paint:
    Put a fresh coat of paint on the whole exterior of your home. If you don’t have the time to do it yourself or the money to pay someone to do it for you, then just paint the shutters or trim.
  • Light Fixtures:
    Buyers will be paying attention to detail so you should too. Paint or replace a worn looking mailbox. Light fixtures that are old and rusted should definetly be replaced.
  • Roof:
    If the roof needs to be replaced, do it before you start showing your home to buyers. Replace any broken or missing shingles or tiles where needed. If the eaves and fascia boards look bad, just give them a fresh coat of paint.
  • Fence:
    Repair any loose or broken boards and give it a fresh coat of paint. This will give your home a crisp newer look.
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