As in most situations a great first impression of your home could very key to the success of whatever goal you have in mind for your home. It could in fact matter a lot. Home buyers decide if they want to purchase a home in the first eight seconds on the property, says famously Barbara Corcoran. Creating a great first impression of your home and it’s promotion does not stop at the curb.
Planting flowers in schedule with your expected listing so that they will be flowering during the time you will be conducting showings or open houses.
Planning is everything. Plant flower seeds three to four months in advance. For very little money you could potentially get hundreds of flowers. Schedule while planting, the blooms happen obsessively, so that you have a changing color palette for eight months of amazing curb appeal, literally for less than a hundred dollars.
Install Vinyl Sidings on Your House Exterior
Good quality siding, especcially Vinyl Siding is a good choice for a home’s exterior. Vinyl Siding has a look that is fantastic on any home and is very customizable to many different styles and colors. It is also is applicable to any size or shape home. New home buyers should look at your house only one time and see the time and quality products you’ve put into their future home.
Create a path to your front door for a warm welcome touch
This could be an allée of trees, a hedge or a border of flowers along pavers or brick. These elements can be formal or informal depending on the architecture of the residence. Remember to work with the architecture. If you plant a very feminine, flowery Victorian garden in front of a masculine Prairie-style house, it will look wrong—like a lumberjack trying to wear a tutu.
Add a Unique House Number Design
House numbers need to stand out, so it’s a great opportunity to turn it into something eye-catching to impress anyone who passes by. Depending on how your front lawn looks, there are many ways to make your house number pop without making a large dent in your budget. Homeowners will love it because you can get great-looking house numbers for less than $20.
Take Care of Your Lawn—with Paint
Everyone loves a lush green lawn, and no list of curb appeal ideas would be complete without lawn care tips. Aerating or re-sodding can be expensive, but for cheap, instant curb appeal improvement, lawn paint can make a brown lawn look fresh in minutes.