Maximize Curb Appeal with Landscaping

By
Real Estate Agent with RE/MAX Classic Group

DafsMy Daffodils are three inches high! And, with Daylight Savings Time
in effect, can warmer weather be far? After such a rough winter, spring a very welcomed change of seasons.

Now is a great time to start planning those spring yard clean-up projects. . Here are a few "Wow" tips to make a big impression with spring landscaping.

Also, most of us have experienced winter damages to our trees and bushes. I've found a great resource in how to repair the damage
without hurting the tree or bush from my favorite gardener,
Mike McGrath .

If you are planning to sell your Hunterdon County NJ Home
this spring, curb appeal is a must to attract
home buyers relocating to Hunterdon County NJ! Ready or not, don't make a move until you've read my free 50+ page comprehensive market evaluation of your home! It shows you where the market is and why, as well as where the market is going, so you can make a decision on whether you may want to sell or stay. Order yours today here: NJNeighborhoodSales.com
. Also, see how I successfully market and sell homes fast! Visit: HomeSellerBrochure.com. Call me today at (908) 537-6596.

Comments (1)

Michael Kitsch
Coldwell Banker - Katy, TX

If a home does not have curb appeal, than potential buyers will just drive on.  If it does, the house has a chance.  Helps with value, doesn't it?

Mar 14, 2011 11:18 AM