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Critical Thinking For Open House Feedback
Trending now in many cities throughout the United States is low inventory and indecisive buyers for pre-existing homes. If you want to move, you can do it if you have an open mind and take the time to do some critical thinking before saying no. They say, you only have one chance to make a great first impression. I say, is that true?
Good curb appeal will draw you in to take a closer look. But if upon closer examination, it is not as nice as what you saw in photos, what can you do to make it more appealing on a regular basis? Critical analysis: curb appeal isn't permanent. Depending on the season, weather conditions, regular or seasonal maintenance curb appeal changes. Is it fair to make harsh judgment and place blame on owners when the weather changes the landscaping?
FIRST IMPRESSION AFTER ENTERING THE FRONT DOOR
Beautiful furniture and decor are alluring but walls, windows, ceilings, and floors stay. If this was the only home available in your price range, can you make it your own style with little effort knowing that the furniture and decor will be gone but the rest remains for you to use your own imagination?
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