You've heard the saying, “You can't judge a book by its cover.” No statement is more untrue when it comes to selling your home. A potential buyer sees a home’s exterior and makes an immediate judgment. Most potential homebuyers will start their search for a home on the Internet. If the pictures of the home create interest, they will drive by that home to assess the home's location and condition.
The drive-by is critical for the seller of that home, and while the seller cannot control where their home is located, they can control how the homebuyer initially perceives the home. This is done by creating curb appeal. Here’s where we need to make the most of that first impression!
Creating curb appeal is important and worth the time spent. Below are ideas for enhancing your home's curb appeal. Ask your real estate professional what improvements they recommend.
Since entering the real estate industry in 2010; Eric Whitlock takes great care to get to know his clients, learn their needs and motivations, before carefully crafting a plan and setting expectations that lead his clients to success.
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