Selling Highlands NC Homes, Curb Appeal is Important

selling Highlands NC real estate

Selling Highlands NC Homes, Curb Appeal is Important


selling Highlands NC homes

Meadows Mountain Realty, Highlands NC real estate

Curb appeal is important when selling Highlands NC homes. What is curb appeal? Curb appeal is what a buyer notices when he pulls up to a home. In other words, it is a buyer’s first impression. And, as the old saying goes, you never get a second chance to make a first impression. Regardless of the time of year, curb appeal exists and is an important part of preparing a Highlands NC home for sale.

Focus on curb appeal

Improving the curb appeal of a home can really equate to staging the outside of Highlands NC homes. While you may not be able to attend to landscaping opportunities in the winter you can certainly make sure the walkways are clean and the front steps, front door, and front porch are inviting. Well-proportioned furniture on a front porch and some simple throw pillow can provide an inviting space, for example.

Front door appeal

The front door may not cross your mind very often, however, a new front door can add a great deal of impact. If you do not want to replace the door a fresh coat of paint and new fittings can certainly offer a refresh. Additionally, a new light fixture or fixtures can offer an instant update. Siding, windows, and trim are other items on which to focus. The important thing is to look at a Highlands NC home with a fresh set of eyes and determine what changes can be made to improve the overall curb appeal.

Learn more about selling Highlands NC homes

Contact our team at Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Meadows Mountain Realty today to learn more about Highlands NC real estate. We welcome the opportunity to update you on market conditions while answering all of your questions about buying and selling. Let our knowledge and experience serve as your guide to Highlands NC homes.

Click here to read “Think Curb Appeal When Remodeling to Sell” from Realty Times.

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