Boosting a Home’s Curb Appeal

When you’re looking to sell a home, curb appeal matters. This is the first impression potential buyers will have of your property, and they’ll develop an opinion the moment they pull up to the home for the first time. Unfortunately, if a home looks ill-kept on the outside, many prospective buyers won’t bother to view the inside and will instead move on to the next listing. Most importantly, your front yard and the exterior of your property should be kept clean. When your lawn is well-kept and your exterior tidy, the entire home can look more approachable. You should mow, remove weeds, and address any exterior paint or siding issues. If a replacement is in order, try incorporating modern, trendy colors into the design to avoid a sterile, unappealing atmosphere. Reach out today for more curb appeal tips.

What are the limitations
on an inspection?

A real estate inspection or home inspection is not an appraisal or a check for compliance with building codes; it’s also not an evaluation of environmental hazards. See the NYS Standards of Practice for more information on the limitations of a home inspection.

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