HOW TO INCREASE CURB APPEAL ON A BUDGET
While a freshly renovated interior definitely entices potential home buyers to purchase your newly constructed or remodeled house, if the outside looks neglected, people may assume that the inside is as well before they even walk through the front door. A buyer’s first introduction to a home is often a thumbnail photo on a real estate website. If the exterior of the house is not appealing or eye-catching, chances are the potential buyer will keep on scrolling through the listings. Sprucing up the outside usually comes last once all of the construction dust has settled, but if not addressed before the house hits the market, it can be a deal breaker for future homeowners. The good news is that you don’t have to spend a fortune to give a house a facelift. In fact, inexpensive updates like paint, greenery, and décor go a long way. Here are a few ideas on how to showcase the exterior of your home.
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They say don’t judge a book by its cover, but this is exactly what potential buyers do when viewing the exterior of a house. If the outside looks like it has been well taken care of, buyers are more likely to assume the inside has been too.