Is your house outdated?

Dated: May 18 2023

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Is your home outdated?

As summer quickly approaches, the home project list tends to build. If you sell this summer, you'll want your home to look its best. Ensuring your home’s exterior is updated should move to the top of your list. If your home looks outdated on the outside, it could lead to a bad impression of the inside. Here are three ideas to give your home a modern look.​

Update Your Concrete

If you have uneven concrete that has cracks, it can be a sign to buyers that your home is dated. Refresh the concrete on any pathways or driveway for an updated, modern look. Decorative concrete will be a bonus for your buyers.

Paint Your Front Door

Your front door is often the first impression a buyer may have. So updating the paint on your door to subtly tie into the rest of your home can make a great first impression.

Add Exterior Path Lighting

Exterior lighting is a great way to give your home a modern look. Place them to highlight the path to your home or trees and shrubs. This type of lighting can be used for more than looks. You can also use it as a safety feature, which can make buyers feel confident in your home.

You can do many things to help make your home more attractive to buyers, but ensuring your home looks up-to-date should top your list. If you want to sell your home, I'd be happy to talk about your home's value and how to market it in today's market. Call, text, or email me to schedule a time to talk.

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Connie Clawson

I love real estate and helping people to achieve their goals and dreams! I love Idaho and work hard for my clients and friends!! Real Estate is a very rewarding Career! I meet people that I would n....

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