April 23, 2020| Lester Yat
In the real estate business, sales have a pronounced peak during the spring. Therefore, we must get ahead of the game! Over seventy percent of persons looking to buy or to rent a home consider curb appeal important enough to make or break the deal. Even if the interior is pristine, we need to entice them with an inviting exterior.
Usually referred to as the frosting, and defined as the pride of ownership, homes with clean and fresh curb appeal command higher prices and take less time to place. Property values are indicative of a neighborhood curb appeal: the more attractive, the more desirable.
Along with the mandatory spring clean-up recommended by the experts that includes landscaping, pot holes, street drains, pavement cracks, sidewalk upheavals, clogged gutters and spouts, we compiled a list of easy and fairly inexpensive suggestions to boost the curb appeal of your communities:
Remember: we never have a second chance to make a GOOD first impression!