Spring is here and it's time to plant flowers, clean up beds, green up the grass and touch up the paint. The old adage of you never get a second chance to make a first impression is so true when it comes to selling your home. If the lawn and flower beds don't look pristine, then a buyer will believe that the inside of the home is also not pristine. This may not be a fair judgement, but it exist anyway.
A couple hundred dollars spent in landscaping and flowers will go along way to keeping a prospective buyer interested enough to set an appointment and look at the inside of the home as well. This doesn't have to be elaborate or require a landscape architect, but color and clean edges will show off the home and give it that all important curb appeal.
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