5 Proven Tips To Increase Your Home’s Curb Appeal
Increasing your home’s resale value can be accomplished if you pay strict attention to little details. Present your house in […]
Increasing your home’s resale value can be accomplished if you pay strict attention to little details. Present your house in a professional fashion by doing the landscaping and home improvement work to catch the attention of any driver who happens to travel down your street. You have a split second to catch the attention of street traffic. Boost your home’s curb appeal by creating an attention-grabbing front yard.
Clear any obstructions, take care of your cutters and get your landscaping in order. Spend the money to hire professionals if you deem any task to be unsafe or if you are not proficient in this area.
Prune Branches on Trees and Bushes to Make Your Home Attractive
A little bit of landscaping can go a long way in making your home more appealing. Remove low-hanging shrubs or branches which might block a full view of your beautiful home. Drive by potential buyers need to be able to see your home from their cars to make a quick assessment of the property. Removing any obstructions can also help spruce up your property. Trim the green to make more green at closing time.
Use a Power Washer to Clean Your Home Professionally
Whether your home experienced a dreadful winter or other elements have dirtied your dwelling using a power washer can make your home look like new in no time. Windows typically accumulate dirt and grime and your front porch might be covered with mold, dust, scum or some combination of the three. Spruce up the exterior of your house by buying or renting a power washer. Do a thorough job to present your home effectively and boost your asking price. Make everything spotless by finishing your windows with the proper cleaner.
Pot Your Plants in Containers
Use container gardening to create an attractive looking front porch if it too cold to plant in your flower bed. Use vivid coloring when selecting both flowers and pots to grab your visitor’s attention and add a bit of showmanship to your curb appeal. Place containers on your flower bed, front steps and on your porch. Use varying sizes of pots to create a professional-looking presentation.
Use Mulch to Give Your Garden a Much Needed Boost
Your gardens are likely starving for nutrients after a lean winter. Placing a healthy layer of mulch on your garden creates a neat-looking and nutrient-rich presentation for your flowers and plants. Lay the mulch out evenly to improve the look and feel of your garden. After being blown around and spread out during harsh winters and autumns a nice layer of mulch can boost your home’s curb appeal dramatically.
Clean Your Gutters
Your gutters can become overwhelmed after heavy rain, snow or leaf build up. If you neglect your gutters you can cause severe structural damage to your home. Climb a ladder or hire professional help to clean your gutters regularly. Remove mud, dirt, leaves and other debris which can weigh down your gutters and make your home look less than appealing to prospective buyers. Make your home tidy and trim. Boost your home’s attractiveness.
Kelli Cooper, writing for Kanetix, blogs about all things home and real estate.