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This webinar covers curb appeal issues for any homeowner.

This webinar covers curb appeal issues for any homeowner.

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  • 1. AGENT MICHAEL CHALAMBAGA CURB APPEAL 101 CREDENTIALS LICENSED TEXAS REAL ESTATE BROKER & CERTIFIED HOME MARKETING PROFESSIONAL © Copyright 1997-2011 Michael Chalambaga All Rights Reserved
  • 2. ABOUT CURB APPEAL Curb Appeal addresses the way the outside of a home appears to potential buyers. The is the first impression from the home for potential buyers.
  • 3. One: Remove all Clutter, Garbage, and Debris This requires that you cover the entire perimeter of the property. Store what is of value, take the rest straight to the trash A junk filled yard cheapens the property. This is exactly the effect you don’t want when listing your property. Sell smart.
  • 4. Two: Examine your Trees and Bushes If you can’t see your home, you can’t sell it. Tame the jungle look Prune your trees if they obscure. Trim your bushes so they don’t block views or kill sunlight. If anything is going bad, remove it or fix it so that all trees and bushes appear healthy.
  • 5. Three: Weed and Feed Spruce up the Yard Apply Fertilize and Weed eradication chemical to your yard, then use much or bark to dress all planting areas. This is especially true for hard to market properties such as vacant homes.
  • 6. Four : Clear patios and Decks Clear your Patio or Deck areas of all small clutter Again a cleaning and clutter clearing is the minimum on this outdoor living area. If you have plants, make sure they look healthy and are in season, this means no dying poinsettia plants in summer.
  • 7. Five : House Paint and Door Entries Important area as buyers notice fresh paint on a home and door entries. If a home needs a high impact makeover; the external paint job will make a property more attractive. The door entry is especially critical as people get u[ close and personal with this area. Check the paint, function, and accessories to make sure they are working, clean, and updated.
  • 8. Six : House Wash The house and its driveways,walkways, and sidewalks should be cleaned and stain free. These areas are examined by your buyers. If they are clean and fresh, they will be impressed and want to go inside to see if there is more “potential”
  • 9. Seven: Garage & Carport A challenging area as most Homeowners use garages as storage. Carports have similar & potential problems Solution: Remove Clutter - Make Clean - Organize
  • 10. Eight: Add Shutters Shutters improve the homes visual appeal by dampening stark looking externals. These seem a bit extraneous, but what would people look like without eyebrows ?
  • 11. Nine: Tour Your Curb Appeal After completing your curb appeal makeover; tour your home both in the day and night Take notice as to before and after appeal quotient; however, tour at night to see if lighting can make it memorable
  • 12. Ten: Get Feedback Ask your Agent, Friends, and Family for direct and objective feedback.
  • 13. Course: CURB APPEAL 101 Email: michaelchalambaga@gmail.com Author: Michael Chalambaga Credentials: Licensed Texas Real Estate Broker Member National Association of Realtors Member Texas Association of Realtors Certified Home Marketing Specialist © Copyright 1997-2011 Michael Chalambaga All Rights Reserved