How to Increase Property Value and Curb Appeal Before Selling Your Home

If you’re ready to sell your home, one of the first things your realtor will talk to you about is staging and curb appeal. While making repairs and pricing your home are foundational, setting up the right first impression is a very important part of the sales process. By setting up your front yard and home property will help you sell faster and for more with very little upfront investment. 

If you’re looking for easy ways to begin increasing curb appeal, here’s what you can do: 

Spruce up your landscaping. 

Landscaping that looks bland and boring won’t attract buyers very easily. You want people to be able to envision themselves living in your home, and by making your front yard vibrant and beautiful, they will see a future that is happy in your house. As a bonus, add fragrant flowers to the front door steps to make a positive first impression when guests walk into the home. 

Remove obvious eyesores. 

Do you have one side of the house that looks visibly worn? Or perhaps there is some noticeable overgrowth on the fence that needs to be tended to? If so, be sure to address these issues before you have the first potential buyer visit your home. Even a slight issue with the home could ruin a sale. 

Hang new house numbers. 

This is a small touch, but it can do a great deal to make your home look new and inviting. New house numbers make your property easy to find and can make your home look more modern even if it is older. 

Add a front yard fence. 

Front yard fencing makes any home on the block immediately stand out. Whether you choose an elegant metal fence or a picturesque picket fence, this addition can add real property value as well as curb appeal. Plus it makes the home safer for families with children or pets who like to play outside. 

If you are interested in repairing an old fence or adding a new one to increase your asking price contact FloriFence today for more details!

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