Selling Your North Bend Home? How Does it Look?

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Real Estate Agent with RE/MAX South Coast OR 200508383

If you are selling your North Bend home you should pay careful attention to how it appears to the naked eye.  While you certainly shouldn't judge a book by its cover it is terribly hard not to when it comes to Oregon Coast real estate, and a potential buyer's first impression is everything.  It is important to remember that the first impression begins with the exterior of your home.  The curb appeal of your home should not be overlooked.

While painting a home should hardly be a deal-breaker, peeling paint is not going to lure a buyer in to wanting to look at the interior of your home.  Peeling paint on the outside makes one wonder what has been neglected on the inside.  As a seller it is important to know that exterior work, from replacing siding and doors to cleaning the windows, can often recoup the best return when it comes to selling a home. 

What a buyer sees could very well be what a buyer gets, and if you want to sell your home it is extremely prudent to make it look its best.  Exterior care leads one to believe that interior care has been attended to as well.  Pay attention to your North Bend home's curb appeal, and with the help of your North Bend Realtor, Jan Delimont, you may get more showings on your Coos Bay, Oregon Coast, or North Bend home for sale.  Contact Jan Delimont at 541-290-1850 or by email today!

Click here to read a recent report from Realty Times and the cost-effectiveness of curb appeal projects.

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