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Improving Curb Appeal

Posted by Veronica On January - 2 - 2013

If you are looking for an easy way to improve the look and appearance of your home, then you might want to improve your curb appeal with a few tried and trusted techniques. The reality is that improving the curb appeal on your home will dramatically change the way that potential buyers view your home. One of the easiest ways to improve the curb appeal on your home is to add detail to your driveway. The driveway to a home is the quickest way to add appeal. Simply add an edge to your driveway for the ultimate makeover. Use stones or bricks or even add a few lights to line the driveway all the way leading up to your home. This small detail makes a very big difference in the overall look and feel of your home. Another great way to improve the curb appeal on your home is to plant flowers in all open areas around your home. Flowers and plants add an immediate softer and more appealing look easily and quickly. Invest in flowers and plants that are colorful and dynamic for the best curb appeal. An alternative way to instantly add curb appeal that might be a little bit more of an investment, but definitely worth it is to replace your front door with an updated and modern door. The entrance to your home is the first impression of the feel that people will get when they walk up to your home and it is very important that the door to your home is both inviting and updated adding to a fantastic updated curb appeal. Lastly, an easy and inexpensive way to add instant curb appeal is to change up your mailbox. Invest in a new, updated mailbox that is both attractive and appealing. Overall, adding curb appeal can be both inexpensive and simple if you pay attention to the details and create an inviting sentiment right off the bat.

About the Author

As a broker specializing in multi-units and single family homes in Southern Maine, Veronica Schneider joined the real estate industry in August of 2004 bringing with her over eight years of experience in real estate management. You can find Veronica and Green Tree Realty on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest, and LinkedIn.

One Response to “Improving Curb Appeal”

  1. Great advice on improving my homes curb appeal. Id like to add that the trees on your property can play a big part in your homes curb appeal. Trimming and maintaining the trees in your yard can add to how people view your property. You can have all the lights and flowers but what good is it if your trees are overgrown, full of dead limbs and just looking ugly.

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