This is why sellers need to pay attention to their home’s curb appeal.
Should you make those little minor cosmetic repairs before listing your home on the market? The short answer is yes. When selling, you need to put yourself in the buyer's shoes. If you walk through a home and you see blemishes on a molding or a scuff on the wall, oftentimes you can wipe those away or do a quick painting job.
First impressions are everything, so be meticulous about your curb appeal—your home needs to wow the buyer as soon as they step out of the car and walk through the property. Even minor details can be as important as a big renovation project. It all comes down to how much care the homeowner has put into the house and the overall feeling and atmosphere that the buyer gets when they’re walking through the home.
If you need help preparing your property for the market and want to maximize its appeal to potential buyers, don't hesitate to contact me today. Let's work together to make your home selling process a success!