Posted by Dawn Levandoski Team on December 22, 2010 in
Crafty Ideas for Winter Curb Appeal
Yes, it's still possible to create great curb appeal when it's cold and gray outside.
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During summer months when gardens are in bloom and the sun is shining bright, curb appeal comes naturally to many homes. But when the autumn chill turns to winter cold and the sun sets earlier in the day, it becomes more difficult to create that inviting exterior look tha... read more
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If you plan on staging a home for the holidays, here are some important things to keep in mind:
6 Principles to Holiday Staging - courtesy of REALTOR Magazine
Create a festive, buyer-friendly environment with these seven winter staging tips - courtesy of HGTV's Frontdoor.com... read more
Click here for 8 Tips to grab buyers from the curb, even if there is snow on the ground or the sun is on hiatus.
Most importantly, don't forget to keep walks and driveways, patios and decks shoveled and clear. It's more inviting, keeps the snow and slush from being tracked inside, and reduces your liability. You want them to fall in love with the house, not fall down on the sidewalk before even entering it.... read more