4 WAYS TO BOOST YOUR HOME'S CURB APPEAL

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Apart from the possibility of a quick sale, punching up your home’s curb appeal is a good way to sell your house for more money. According to Realtor.com stats, thirty two percent of buyer’s agents believe home staging increases the dollar value buyers are willing to offer from one percent to five percent. Every type of buyer, no matter the age group desires to live in a home with beautiful landscape, pleasing color and a welcoming feel.
Curb appeal is simply creating the emotional appeal that will draw buyers into your home and leave them wanting to buy. Here are some things you can do to improve the curb appeal of your home for sale.
1. Plant new gutter guards
One of the ways to make your exterior neat is by addition of new gutter guards. Instead of manually cleaning the leftover leaves and stray materials that autumn deposits, adding new gutter guards saves time and makes your home more attractive. Cleaning gutters isn’t a fun task. New gutter guards not only save time, they take away the effort and risk involved.
2. Replace the siding
You can improve the overall value of your home by replacing the siding. While there are many distinct choices accessible to choose from when selecting new siding, fiber cement siding has been showcased in many home improvement magazines as giving the best return on investment.
Fiber cement siding is easy to scrub, sturdy, and long lasting. In addition, it demands little upkeep and doesn’t need to be repainted as often as wood or brick exteriors. Other siding selections, which include vinyl can also increase curb appeal at a reduced cost.
3. Roof Restoration
Tattered, weakened, or outdated roofs will reduce the curb appeal of a house and impact the energy efficiency of the home. Roof restoration provides many benefits for home owners as it will help improve the look of the home, rid the house of leaks, reduce the electrical bill, and raise the roof's longevity.
4. Energy Efficient Windows
Glass windows can build up dirt and grime from tough weather through the winter. Replacing old windows with new, energy-efficient windows can assist in saving money on energy bills as well as increase the curb appeal of a home.
There are various window options that can match the structure of any home. Popular window replacements include wood and vinyl replacements, double hung or slider windows, and picture windows. Apart from increasing the curb appeal, these windows are easier to clean and manage than older glass windows.

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Rainmaker
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Jerry Murphy, CRS, SRES
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Love these tips guys.  The look and feel of a home is primary to selling a home quickly and at top dollar.  Best wishes.

Nov 10, 2016 01:19 AM #1
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Cutberto & Rhonda Salas These are very good tips to improve a home's curb appeal.

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