Getting Your Home Ready for Sale - How Important is Curb Appeal?
Plan ahead! Work on curb appeal first!
If that is lacking, no matter how nice the inside is, you won't get them through the door!
Edge, mow and fertilize the lawn. Reseed sparse areas.
Trim hedges, weed lawns and flowerbeds, and prune trees. Cut back overgrown shrubbery.
Reseal cracks in foundation, steps, walkways, walls and patios. Power-wash the exterior.
Clean and align gutters and downspouts; clean the chimney.
Remove oil stains from driveway and garage.
Wash the windows inside and out.
Mend torn screens.
Replace burned-out light bulbs. Use brighter light bulbs.
Clear all cobwebs from corners and doorways.
Eliminating deferred maintenance items paints the picture of a home that has been well maintained.
The more pro active you are in preparing your home for sale, the more money in your pocket and the less hassle in the end.
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