Curb Appeal in the Winter
Curb appeal is just as important in the winter as it is any other time of the year.
Denise Sleeper, Feb 2 2020
Owner of Delta Home Staging & Redesign
When selling your home in the winter, curb appeal may not be top of mind. Gardens and grass are hidden so the tendency is to not spend much time thinking about the exterior of your home. Curb appeal is just as important in the winter as it is any other time of the year.
Here are a few tips to keep in mind during the winter to give your home that great first impression:
Buyers will often view your home at night when it is dark, so make sure your outside lights are working & bright
Welcome buyers with a new front door mat
Capture the buyer’s heart when they walk up to your front door: Keep your planters filled with beautiful greenery, display a chair or bench on your porch with some wintery pillows, or lanterns
Clean your front door, mailbox and windows
Shovel your driveway and walkway so buyers know your property is well-maintained.
Making your exterior look as great as your interior will help to attract future buyers.
Photo credit: @simplykierste for the decorating and picture of this beautiful porch