It has always been said: “Never judge a book by its cover.” However, when it comes to buying a new home that is often what a potential buyer does. With so many buyers searching online for homes, the photogenic quality of your home could be the difference between it selling quickly for its market value or selling under market price after many months. This hit-or-miss quality of your home is called curb appeal—and it could be the spark of a sale or the ultimate demise in your quest to sell your home. When a house that lacks this appeal, some buyers will not even consider going inside. They believe the exterior and interior to be congruent. If a homeowner cannot take care of the outside of the home, they most likely could not take of the interior either. As a seller, it is important to evaluate the curb appeal of your home in order to make your sale quick and easy. Make sure that you identify any trouble areas you have on the exterior of your home, look at your home in the early morning and late evening, and then adjust your appeal accordingly. You only get one chance to make a good first impression, and curb appeal could be the difference between a sale or fail.
How Curb Appeal sets the tone for the buyers experience of the entire home tour
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