6 Best Ways To Enhance Curb Appeal

Enhance Curb Appeal As an active realtor in Orlando, I always make it a point to inform my seller clients how a home’s curb appeal is a one time opportunity to give buyers an inviting impression of your home…so listen up! 

 

The front door should give potential buyers an indication of the way the home looks on the inside.  The good news is that you can enhance your curb appeal without spending a lot of money. Below are some things you can do to change your entrance from bland to grand!

 Use Large and Stylish Address Numbers
One of the most annoying things for me when I’m trying to find an address is having to slow down and squint to see the house number. A small house number can also take away from the overall look of the house. Be proud of that house number! Celebrate it! Use big stylish numbers to identify your house. You’d be surprised at how much of a difference this simple step can make.
Minor Landscaping
Most of the time all a house needs in the landscaping department is some clean up and trimming to give it that “fresh haircut” look. If you really want to make a good first impression then add some flowers with bright colors leading up to the doorway. This will help to set the mood for people right before they walk in.
Replace The Hardware
If you haven’t changed out your front door hardware in a long time then I would strongly recommend that you get red of that rusty door handle and replace it with a new one. By having a new door handle and maybe even adding a door knocker and kick plate, it will give your entryway that brand new feel to it. 
These subtle changes and tweaks to your front doorway won’t cost much money and the best part is that you can do it yourself in less than a weekend. If want to know more about how you can enhance your curb appeal before listing your Orlando house on the MLS, call me at 407-902-7750 or visit me at http://orlandorealtyconsultants.com/contact/john-conde-realtor/. I’m here to help.
John Conde Orlando Realtor
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