REAL ESTATE May 7, 2017

The first 20 steps to a house for sell will set the tone if a buyer is interested or not…..

The first 20 steps to a house for sell will set the tone if a buyer is interested or not. You only get a few minutes to make a great impression. That’s why curb appeal is so important.

When potential buyers pull up to your house, they’re asking themselves: “Is this place worth getting out of the car to look at?”
Your house needs to be framed up: It needs to look like a picture when people pull up. They expect to see tasteful paint colors, well-trimmed grass, new bark, fresh flowers — the whole deal.
In a market like ours here in Park City, if people can see that a property is turn-key and they’re not going to have to spend time painting or fixing it, you’re more likely to get more interest.    If you end up with a multiple-offer situation, it’s typical for the price to go up by 3 percent per bidder — that can add up to $10,000 over asking price very quickly.
The great news is that you don’t have to spend a lot to make big changes to your home’s exterior appearance. Start the makeover by cutting the grass, power washing the porch and walkway, and getting rid of clutter. Then, tackle one or all five of these perk-up projects to enhance your home’s curb appeal.
  
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