Open House Curb Appeal



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First Impressions can make or break an Open House

The Growing trend in real estate is first showings at open houses.

A lot of real estate agents stress staging a Lowell home to sell and often overlook the importance of curb appeal.

The first thing that potential buyers will see of your Lowell home is a picture online of the front of the house including the landscaping, so make a great first impression by staging your front yard with beautiful outdoor spaces. An investment in landscaping can help sell your Lowell home faster and for more money. There are simple projects that can help you achieve great curb-appeal.

1. Keep the Lawn Well-Manicured

Mow and edge often . Cover bare spots with new seed or fresh sod.

2. Add Fresh Mulch

Add fresh Mulch to flower beds and make sure to pull any weeds.

3. Add Flower Pots Near Your Front Door

A splash of color in the yard is a great way to highlight your Lowell home. If you are looking to sell quickly, it might be too late to do major yard improvements since new flowers and plants will not have adequate time to grow and mature, but a few beautiful pots of flowers strategically placed near your front door can have a similar effect without requiring a lot of time and maintenance.

4. Keep the Walkway clean and clear of debris

Framing the walkway with mulch or flowers provides an extra edge.

5. New House Numbers

Big and Bold house numbers carry a tremendous impact

The Seller’s Edge Brought to You by Chris Tryon ~ The Tryon Group ~ ERA Key Realty

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