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Boost Kerb Appeal for Dazzling Winter Home Inspections

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First Impressions count when selling a home

Creating a Positive Impact

Appearances are everything when selling a house. If you're selling a home with a front yard during winter, it's important not to forget about boosting kerb appeal.

A polished front yard could be the make-or-break feature for many possible buyers. For others, a tidy front garden isn't necessarily going to sway their purchasing decision in itself. However, it does set the scene of what else they can expect.

Making sure the front of a residential property is picture perfect goes a long way to encouraging buyers to take a serious look inside. First impressions count, so get your kerb appeal up to scratch before you host open inspections!

 

 

Hey Mr Postman

First things first - where is your letterbox, and what colour is it?

It might seem like a small factor, but a letterbox in a bold shade that's in good condition can make a big difference. Whether it's a glossy red or a matte navy blue with a silver trim, a new letterbox can be an inexpensive addition that could make all the difference.

 

 

Blast it Clean

If you've got a front path made of cobbled stones or a patio that's looking a bit worse for wear, it might be time to give it a thorough clean.

Hire a water blaster and clean all exterior areas that are looking grimy, dusty or otherwise unappealing. You could even hire the services of a professional to water blast your entire property, if it's looking shabby.

Front Door Fun

A brightly-painted front door can add charm to any property and add personality to your home.

Plus, if your existing door's paint is chipped or peeling, this is a good excuse for a fresh makeover.

Create a scene of relaxation around your front door, if possible. Think an outdoor chair for reclining in as well as a potted plant or two.

 

 

Lights and Flower Beds

Creating focal points in your front yard adds charm to the area, but that doesn't mean you have to add a whole family of gnomes.

For instance, a small flower bed or a series of stone pavers can look stunning.

Consider installing outdoor lights in line with the front path. They likely won't be need to be switched on during an open inspection - unless you're hosting one for night owls - but they will send a message of reinforcement to potential buyers. It's one less thing they'll need to think about doing if they buy the property, which instantly makes your home a more attractive prospect.

 


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