An unkempt exterior could keep potential buyers from even setting foot in the door? We all tend to form opinions in the first few seconds of seeing a home for the first time so don’t let the exterior of the home make buyers look the other way.
Old or damaged garage doors will make a house feel dated and not cared for. Don’t let buyers think that the damaged garage doors represent the rest of your home’s condition. Replace them.
The front door can give house hunters a hint of your design sense and what decor delights await them on the other side. Updating your front door can do wonders.
Choosing the right colors for the inside of your home takes careful thought and consideration. But no matter what paint you choose, make sure the palette transitions smoothly from exterior to interior. Interior and exterior colors don’t have to match, but they need to complement one another.
Consider updating your outdated window frames with new, stylish black window frames. Black window frames will boost your home’s curb appeal and make such a statement.
A well-manicured front yard can be eye candy to potential buyers. Freshen up your existing landscaping with plants and fresh mulch.
Outdoor lighting is important for safety and can also improve the curb appeal of a home. It’s an easy update and there are lots of options and styles to choose from.