by CB Isaac Realty
No matter what season it is, curb appeal is critical to the presentation and sale of your home. If you want to make the best first impression this fall, follow these curb appeal tips: 🏖️Store any items that are "out of season" (even if you're still using them). 🕯️Invest in outdoor lighting since the days are getting shorter. Especially important for the front of your home, so that prospective buyers' first impressions are lighter and brighter. 🍂Add pops of fall colors, like potted mums or a fall wreath. Keep it simple and tasteful, and skip anything that might block your walkway. 💡If you live in a condo, highlight your front door and make your entryway special. Replace hallway light bulbs so that they shine brightly and hang up a fall wreath. 🚪Place a large, welcoming rug in your doorway/entryway. When buyers walk into your house, they will stand on your mat until they decide whether to take off their shoes. You want the rug to feel large enough that they don't feel stuck on a tiny island. Your home should be aspirational. Think -- dream space to sip apple cider on a fall day and read a book. If you're thinking of selling, let's have a conversation, and I'd be glad to drive by your house and give you some suggestions. Just DM me your address and your Starbucks order, and I'll be there!