Are you considering selling your home? This is a perfect time.
According to Zillow, home sales have been booming compared to their pace for more than two years. Due to low inventory, there’s an increase in pricing as well.
However, despite the good news, the attractiveness of the property remains the key to secure a sale. “You have seconds to get a buyer’s attention online,” said Susan Williams, a real estate agent with Coldwell Banker serving areas outside of Los Angeles. “Especially now, a buyer has to look at a home’s photo and be so seduced that they want to put on a mask and go look at it.”
If you’re persistent in making changes to increase your home’s resale value, here are some improvements you can do.
- Improve Landscaping
One way to boost your home’s resale value is through landscape! Truth be told, this is the first thing that potential buyers will see. It’s “often part of a package of features that signal to a buyer that a listing is a ‘nice’ home,” reveals Amanda Pendleton, a Zillow home trends expert. “That’s why these homes command a price premium.”
- Tree Planting
You’ll never know how a mature tree on a property can reward you with thousands of dollars! You can start with leafy saplings. “It can’t hurt to plant a few small ones,” said Rachel Stults, a spokesperson for Realtor.com.
- Make Your Entry Visually Attractive
The color of your front door can be the key to a higher home’s sale price. Zillow revealed that a black front door can add an extra $6,000 in your home’s price. Wouldn’t that be wonderful? You can also add tall plants in colorful pots on the front landing or porch to make your entry more appealing.
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