Boosting Your Curb Appeal | Day 10 of 30-Day Home Staging Challenge
We have talked a lot about curb appeal so far in this challenge, but it’s vital part of getting your buyers into the door. When I first started in real estate as a buyer’s agent in mid 2000s, the trainer taught us to tell buyers to do drive-by for the houses they’re considering to buy, and do it at different times of the day to see how the house looks and how the neighborhood is like during the day vs at night. Also, it’s critical how curb appeal translates online. Listing photos today give buyers the very first impression of your house, so that front of the house shot is going to be important. Your curb appeal should present your home as a welcoming, well-maintained house. You want to create an ambiance that is manicured, clean, beautiful, and inviting. Even small changes or touch-ups can make a huge impact on curb appeal.
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