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Here are 6 tips you can do to your home to make it look more appealing to buyers that will not cost you a fortune and could make the difference in your home being sold versus your neighbors.

Clean the Yard... Take the time to clean up the yard. Rake the dead leaves and grass and put away any tools or equipment that may be lying around. If buyers see a mess in your yard, the will think twice about wanting to see the inside of the house as it may be an indication of what else may await them.


Paint the House/Fence... A new coat of paint can go a long way to making your home look a bit newer. Bold colors can reflect your personal taste, so make sure you choose a neutral color that will appeal to the most number of people.


Enhance Your Walkway... You can boost your homes' look by adding a brick‐ or stone‐paved walkway to the front of your house. Dress it up even more by adding some solar‐powered walkway lights. They will make your home more inviting by adding more ambiance.


Plant New Flowers and Trees... Another easy and inexpensive way to improve the look of your home is to plant some new flowers and/or trees. Adding some new color can make a big difference in brightening up your homes' appearance and make it look more cheery to prospective buyers.


Add Window Treatments... They say windows can be the soul of your house, so it is important to dress up your home by dressing up your windows. Add some decorative shutters to keep your home from looking plain and boring. Adorn them even further by adding some plant boxes. You will be amazed at how much a simple thing can improve your homes' appeal.


Replace your Front Door... You might think it would not make a difference, but changing the front door can change the entire look of your home. Replace that stale and plain‐looking door with a nice wooden one with a decorative, beveled window.

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