If you were selling your home and it was a little rough around the edges outside, would you trim it and do a bit of landscaping to make it look more inviting? More and more realtors recommend their clients take some time to update their yard to increase the curb appeal to those driving by and seeing plants and fences.
If the answer is yes, then it comes down to a matter of time. Landscaped yards will sell a house faster than messy or unkempt yards. When you’re trying to sell, the faster the home sells, the better.
Curb appeal matters because not only will you make a positive impression on potential buyers who intentionally come to see your home, but also for people who drive by as they check out the neighborhood and look to see if there are houses on sale.
Making your house look like one they don’t want to pass or one they will remember is extremely important!
There are many ways to add curb appeal to your yard, some more involved than others. Do what you’re happy with doing and what’s comfortable to you, but here are some suggestions to try:
Have you thought about the curb appeal of your house?. What would you change?
Time to start planning those projects you have been dreaming of all winter long. Whether it is a new fence to add to your backyard living area or some maintenance on your existing fence. Now is the perfect time to start that project. In designing your fence there are several different options to choose from -- Aluminum and Custom Wood are two of the most popular fence types. However, plenty homeowners are perfectly satisfied with galvanized or the vinyl coated chain-link. The vinyl privacy is also a great option.
For those of you that have a wooden fence now is the perfect time to protect your investment by staining and sealing. This ensures that your investment will be well protected as well as adding a beautiful color to the fence.