Curb appeal starts from the street view of your home. That's why they call it "curb" appeal.
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The first room buyers often see when they open the front door is your entryway. You have about 15 seconds to WOW them.
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Buyers love to imagine themselves kicking back on the deck, with dinner on the BBQ. Of course, then there's dealing with that pesky hose.
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A strong focal point can really help buyers to see room details that might have been missed.
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OK gentlemen, we know you're proud of the "nuts and bolts" of your home, but buyers don't necessarily need to see it all.
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A well landscaped exterior provides important "curb appeal". Less can sometimes be more.
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Image quality is important when showing buyers the finer qualities of your home.
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When a buyer walks into your house, will they feel instantly at home, or feel transported to another time and place?
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I love gardening as much as the next person, but sometimes a green thumb can get out of hand.
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Home stagers often talk about "depersonalizing" a living space to help buyers feel more at home.
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