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Tips for Home Sellers: Use Curb Appeal to Your Advantage

by Cecile Raoult 02/03/2019

For home sellers, getting the best price for your residence likely will require you to upgrade your house's curb appeal. If you dedicate time and resources to bolster your home's curb appeal, you may be better equipped than ever before to enjoy a successful property selling experience.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you improve your home's curb appeal.

1. Fix Damaged Home Siding

Cracked or chipped home siding is unlikely to do you any favors. In fact, damaged home siding may prove to be an instant turn-off to prospective buyers.

Fortunately, repairing cracked or chipped siding can be fast and simple. If you fill in any cracks or holes in your home siding, you can eliminate these eyesores without delay.

If you want expert help with house siding repairs, home improvement professionals are available in cities and towns nationwide. These professionals are happy to work with you so you can quickly fix damaged home siding and boost your house's curb appeal.

2. Perform Lawn Care Tasks

Mowing the lawn, trimming the hedges and performing other lawn care tasks is key for home sellers. If you maintain a neat, tidy lawn, you could help buyers see your home's full potential.

Of course, you should continue to perform various lawn care tasks regularly until your residence sells. You never know when a potential buyer may pass your home, and as such, a pristine lawn is paramount to help your residence make a positive first impression.

3. Eliminate Clutter

If you have plastic flamingoes, lawn gnomes and other decorations scattered across your home's front lawn, you may want to remove these items for the time being. Otherwise, it may be tough for buyers to envision what life may be like if they purchase your residence.

To cut down on clutter, you can always host a yard sale or list any unwanted items online. You also can donate any items you no longer need to a local charity or give them to family members or friends.

As you prepare to sell your house, you may want to collaborate with a real estate agent as well. A real estate agent can offer plenty of tips so you can upgrade your house's curb appeal, along with recommendations to help you streamline the home selling process.

Let's not forget about the assistance a real estate agent can provide as you evaluate an offer to purchase, either. A real estate agent can help you weigh the pros and cons of accepting a homebuying proposal. He or she is ready to respond to any house selling concerns or questions you may have, too.

When it comes to selling a home, it generally is a good idea to improve your house's curb appeal as much as you can. Thanks to the aforementioned tips, you can enhance your home's curb appeal in no time at all. And as a result, you can make your home an attractive option to prospective buyers.

About the Author

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Cecile Raoult
Cecile is a luxury client specialist. With almost 20 years of experience working with high-end clients in the hotel and resort industry, Cecile has served as a liaison to VIP clients including high level United Nations' dignitaries and the Secret Service. “I’ve worked closely with a wide range of VIPs from New York to Monte Carlo and I understand their need for flawless planning and execution as well as discretion.” Born in Manosque, France, Cecile is a native French speaker who enjoys traveling. Cecile is also passionate about interior decorating and can assist clients in getting that luxury “boutique-hotel look” in their homes before selling. Prior to real estate, Cecile worked for major luxury hotels and resorts including The New York Palace Hotel, and Mandalay Bay. Cecile has an Associates Degree in Sales and Marketing from Lycee Felix Esclangon in Manosque, France. A graduate of the Windows on the World Complete Wine Course, Cecile appreciates fine wines and food. When she’s not preparing lovely meals for her family, Cecile enjoys outings with her friends in Garden City where she has resided for the past 8 years.