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Sellers can make sure potential buyers come through the front door by paying atten- tion to a home's curb appeal. Curb appeal matters interested parties out of fear for an expensive future tree removal job. Taking care of these issues up front will put any buyer's mind at case and a smile on their face as they ask to Curb appeal refers to the outside pres- entation of a home, and the first impression of any home will draw in potential home buyers. From simple pleasing aesthetics, to making a house feel like a home before a potential buyer even walks through the door, curb appeal can be a seller's best friend. Potential buyers are naturally drawn in by the first impression of a home. The more properly maintained and aesthetically appealing it looks from the outside, the more don't affect the structural integrity of a home, willing a buyer is to explore the inside. It's the appeal that turns the heads of countless cyclists, drivers, and joggers as they pass by. If left unkempt, the heads stop turning and the natural draw will fade. When thinking about the curb appeal of a home, it's important to ask a few simple see the inside. A crack in the path to the front door, or an unsightly electrie meter oddly placed in the front of a home can raise the eyebrow of a potential buyer. Although these issues blemishes like these in a home's curb appeal can distract potentially interested individhuals. Unfortunately, issues like these can require an ample amount of time and money to fix. In order to avoid these distractions, a homeowner can use a little creativity to draw the attention away from these nega- tives while improving their home's overall questions: Is the lawn properly maintained and clear of any unsightly weeds or brown spots? curb appeal. Draw attention away from the Does the house, including trim and/or front door need painting? Does the roof look like it needs to be replaced? Are the hedges and decorative shrub- bery all properly trimmed? Does the driveway need resurfacing or rescaling? Does the home, porch or walkway need is "spot on" and home buyers schedule a a power washing? Does the entry look clean, inviting and well-lit? Viewing a home through the lens of a home buyer can help answer these questions marketplace, and may uncover new ways to improve the aesthetics of your home. Quick fixes and a weekend's worth of simple landscaping projects can greatly improve a home's curb appeal and draw much greater attention from qualified home buyers. Nobody buys a home to start raking leafs or trim hedges. A home that gives an impres- Class-Harlan Real Estate at 215-348-8111 or sion of less maintenance is a big plus to any potential buyer. Even something simple like an unkempt tree can scare away otherwise crack by planting flowers on either side of the path or hide the meter with a flowering shrub. Some creative thinking is all it takes to mask any blemishes to make a home look appealing. Homes sell based on condition, location, price and marketing. If the curb appeal showing appointment, make sure the first impressions of the inside do not disappoint. Pride of ownership is important in today's Class-Harlan Real Estate has been serving the real estate needs of the community since 1963. The team of experienced Realtors strive to exceed their clients' expectations with professionalism and integrity seven days a week. For real estate assistance, please call visit ClassHarlan.com. Submitted by Class-Harlan Real Estate Sellers can make sure potential buyers come through the front door by paying atten- tion to a home's curb appeal. Curb appeal matters interested parties out of fear for an expensive future tree removal job. Taking care of these issues up front will put any buyer's mind at case and a smile on their face as they ask to Curb appeal refers to the outside pres- entation of a home, and the first impression of any home will draw in potential home buyers. From simple pleasing aesthetics, to making a house feel like a home before a potential buyer even walks through the door, curb appeal can be a seller's best friend. Potential buyers are naturally drawn in by the first impression of a home. The more properly maintained and aesthetically appealing it looks from the outside, the more don't affect the structural integrity of a home, willing a buyer is to explore the inside. It's the appeal that turns the heads of countless cyclists, drivers, and joggers as they pass by. If left unkempt, the heads stop turning and the natural draw will fade. When thinking about the curb appeal of a home, it's important to ask a few simple see the inside. A crack in the path to the front door, or an unsightly electrie meter oddly placed in the front of a home can raise the eyebrow of a potential buyer. Although these issues blemishes like these in a home's curb appeal can distract potentially interested individhuals. Unfortunately, issues like these can require an ample amount of time and money to fix. In order to avoid these distractions, a homeowner can use a little creativity to draw the attention away from these nega- tives while improving their home's overall questions: Is the lawn properly maintained and clear of any unsightly weeds or brown spots? curb appeal. Draw attention away from the Does the house, including trim and/or front door need painting? Does the roof look like it needs to be replaced? Are the hedges and decorative shrub- bery all properly trimmed? Does the driveway need resurfacing or rescaling? Does the home, porch or walkway need is "spot on" and home buyers schedule a a power washing? Does the entry look clean, inviting and well-lit? Viewing a home through the lens of a home buyer can help answer these questions marketplace, and may uncover new ways to improve the aesthetics of your home. Quick fixes and a weekend's worth of simple landscaping projects can greatly improve a home's curb appeal and draw much greater attention from qualified home buyers. Nobody buys a home to start raking leafs or trim hedges. A home that gives an impres- Class-Harlan Real Estate at 215-348-8111 or sion of less maintenance is a big plus to any potential buyer. Even something simple like an unkempt tree can scare away otherwise crack by planting flowers on either side of the path or hide the meter with a flowering shrub. Some creative thinking is all it takes to mask any blemishes to make a home look appealing. Homes sell based on condition, location, price and marketing. If the curb appeal showing appointment, make sure the first impressions of the inside do not disappoint. Pride of ownership is important in today's Class-Harlan Real Estate has been serving the real estate needs of the community since 1963. The team of experienced Realtors strive to exceed their clients' expectations with professionalism and integrity seven days a week. For real estate assistance, please call visit ClassHarlan.com. Submitted by Class-Harlan Real Estate