When you’re shopping for a property, you probably have a list of must-have features for your dream home. But when you’re shopping for a home with your partner, your list of must
Curb appeal is extremely important when you’re selling a home—and it’s especially important now, in the midst of the pandemic, when the exterior of your home might be the only area potential buyers get to see in person.
A few simple upgrades to your home’s exterior can dramatically improve your curb appeal—and, as a result, dramatically improve your home’s overall appeal. But which upgrades pack the most punch for buyers?
A recent article from realtor.com outlined some of the key upgrades seller’s should consider to up their home’s curb appeal, including:
Landscaping. A little landscaping goes a long way. While a professional landscaper can definitely upgrade your lawn in a way that improves your curb appeal, if that’s not in your budget, taking a few hours to rake leaves, trim bushes, and tidy up your lawn can make a big difference.
Exterior paint. A fresh coat of paint on the exterior of your home can work wonders for your curb appeal. When choosing colors, make sure they complement the colors inside your home; while your exterior and interior paints don’t have to perfectly match, you also don’t want them to clash.
Outdoor lighting. Not only will installing outdoor lighting make your property safer to navigate, but it can also make your home feel more warm and inviting—instantly increasing your curb appeal.
So, what does this mean for you? If you’re thinking about selling your home, consider tackling these projects. Improving your curb appeal will make your home more appealing to buyers overall—and can help you sell your home more quickly and profitably.