Selling this Fall? Spruce up your curb appeal.


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I hope that you’re having a great summer. As we shift our minds to fall, it’s time to start thinking about our fall to-do list. If you’re a home seller, it’s time to start sprucing up your yard and creating a good first impression for potential buyers. Here are a few tips on how to create an inviting fall yard.

Clean Any Flower Beds Around Your House

If plants or flowers have wilted for the fall season, trim or remove them from your flower beds. Also, clean any weeds or debris that might have fallen.

Freshen Up Mulch Around Trees

Mulch tends to fade throughout the summer. When selling, add fresh mulch around your shrubs and trees. It will help protect the roots from the winter cold and give your yard a clean look.

Give Your Porch a Nice Fall Clean and Look

Your porch should be inviting to potential buyers. Clean any dust or debris that may have been collected throughout the summer. Plus, if you need to paint or repair any railings or steps, now’s the time. Add some fall colors to give it a warm feeling.

Add a Pop of Color with Fall Flowers

Many flowers have done their job by the fall—however, some shine in autumn. Flowers such as Mums, make a great impression.

Shine a Light on Your Home

Adding exterior lighting along pathways and your driveway gives some personality and can help buyers see during the shorter days of the year.

Fall is a great time to sell your home. Use these tips to cozy up your home for a warm first impression. I’d be happy to discuss the details of your home and walk you through the process. Call, text, or reply to this email with any questions.

Lisa Govreau

Broker Associate

RE/MAX Pinnacle

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