Property expert Sean Conlon agrees that your home's street presence, or curb appeal, is crucial. "Your lawn should look beautiful," he says Make It. "Your shrubs should be cozy and colorful and well-groomed. Your shutters and windows should look good. When people pull up, they must go:" I could see myself pulling up in the evening and this is my home. & # 39; & # 39;
Curb appeal is the reason why Conlon says it is even OK to use five characters on a custom door: "When you renovate a house, you will find ways to make it stand out from all those Other homes on the market and what better way than having the most beautiful entrance on the block? Buyers shot that thing up. "
Having said that, you won't have your home to stand out for the wrong reasons, Sidney Torres, who helps fight property investors on CNBC's "The Deed": "You won't have light pollution where the house is just as bright and it sticks out from all the other houses," he says Make It . "I want to make sure that the house is lit almost like a light: a nice raven light."
Focus on these kinds of details is paid out: "Curb appeal is all that you try to sell a home," says Torres, "because it is the first thing that seems to be interested."
At the end of The day he says: "you want them to get into the house.
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