Tag Archives: curb appeal

Budget Curb Appeal Tips: Making an Impact at the Front Door

A gorgeous front door can make a home look stunning. Unfortunately, many home sellers focus on everything else and forget their front doors. The front door is a home’s focal point. If it’s plain and unappealing, home buyers won’t want to see what’s inside. Sellers looking to lure buyers and sell their homes quickly shouldContinue Reading…

Essential Tips to Prepare Homes for Warm Weather Buyers

Staged homes sell 78% faster and for 11% more than their counterparts. If some of your sellers are wary about staging their homes, these two statistics should be enough to convince them. Many homeowners put their homes up for sale and wonder why they don’t get any offers. If your sellers have upgraded their homes,Continue Reading…

Sellers Advice: Spring Home Maintenance Jobs To Do Before Listing

Most home buyers don’t buy the first home they come across. They go for several showings and open houses before settling on one. They know that while a home may be attractive, it may come with a lot of financial responsibility. If some of your clients plan to put their homes on the market, theyContinue Reading…

Budget-Friendly Ways to Perk Up Spring Curb Appeal

Most home sellers postpone outdoor renovations in winter as they wait for the warm season. Well, spring has arrived and it’s time to tackle all those projects. Those who had forgotten about curb appeal should get out and check their exteriors because buyers will soon come knocking. Here are 6 economic ways sellers can spruceContinue Reading…

How to Bring Fall/Winter Curb Appeal to the Backyard

The backyard is one of the areas home sellers ignore. They think that if their front yards and interiors are amazing, the backyards won’t matter. How wrong they are! Home buyers look everywhere, and even a small flaw can make them change their minds about a home. Tell your home sellers to create backyards potentialContinue Reading…

How to Help Your Sellers Create Fall Curb Appeal

Curb appeal is a critical factor when selling a home but also the most difficult aspect to quantify. Buyers love curbs because a gorgeous one makes them envision themselves in the space. A beautiful, well maintained curb creates a positive experience for buyers. As you well know, when buyers love something about a home, youContinue Reading…

Small Home DIY Projects for Sellers this Summer

Most home sellers have a hard time figuring out which DIY projects to undertake. While it’s a known fact that some home improvements add more value than others, many require a lot of time and money. If your clients have small budgets and want to add value to their homes without spending thousands of dollars,Continue Reading…