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FAQ: What is Curb Appeal and How Do I Increase It?
by guest blogger Emma Croft

If you’re about to put your home on the market, you’ve probably come across the term “curb appeal.” A Goode Start Decorating can help you stage the inside of your home, but you have to consider what kind of impression your home gives from the street as well. A home with great curb appeal can be on and off the market in a second. Bad curb appeal can leave you desperate for buyers, which is a position no seller wants to be in. Here’s everything you need to know: 

Q1: What is curb appeal?
A1: Simply put, curb appeal is how attractive your property is from the street. 

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Q2: How much of a difference can it make?
A2: First impressions can make or break a home sale, so it’s pretty vital. 

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Q3: What can I do to improve my curb appeal?
A3: Great landscaping, aesthetic touches, and simple repairs can go a long way. 

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We hope these resources help you make sure your property attracts buyers from the very first glance. When the exterior of your home looks great, you’ll get more clicks, more tours, and more offers. Good luck with your sale, and remember: First impressions are everything. 

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