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4 Small Changes That Can Add Major Value To Your Home
Dated: March 15 2019
1. Spruce Up Your ExteriorWhile many homeowners focus their renovations and changes on the interior of their home, the exterior of your property is the first thing potential buyers will see. And if you want to get off on the right foot and make a positive first impression, it’s important that the exterior of your home is inviting and well-designed. You don’t have to completely landscape your property in order to make a good first impression. A few minor changes to the exterior can really spruce things up and make the space feel more inviting for potential buyers. Put a fresh coat of paint on your front door. Line the walkway leading up to your entrance with inexpensive potted plants. If you have room, add a small chair or table to create a sitting area on the front porch. And always make sure your lawn is watered and mowed. Having a clean, inviting, and well-decorated exterior will have buyers falling in love with your property before they ever even walk through the front door.
2. Add A Fresh Coat Of Paint
3. Update The Bathroom
4. Hire A House Cleaning Service
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