Say you’re going on a first date or a job interview. There’s one piece of advice you can expect to get from just about everyone: Make a good first impression. Well, if you’re hoping to court a buyer for the home you’re selling, that rule still applies. You wouldn’t let a prospective boss (or the man or woman you’re trying to impress) see you for the first time with an untucked shirt and bed head. So don’t let potential buyers see your home at anything less than its best. Dress your home to impress.
The exterior is the first thing a potential buyer sees, so make sure it’s clean, inviting and up to date.
The new approach features a much more inviting first impression of home. The cedar posts and exterior lights really give a face-lift to the whole facade. The new door allows more light into the home while still maintaining privacy with the textured glass. The new exterior painting and entrance remodel went flawlessly, thanks to Paul Lundgren.
Wanna go the extra mile to really get the job done and get your home sold? First impressions are everything.