How a Manicured Lawn Sells a House
- Author Ryan Wolfe
- Published October 29, 2011
- Word count 497
The first impression a house gives to potential buyers stems from the exterior. A lawn overridden by weeds and dead brush can automatically give a negative perception of the house, even before seeing what the inside has to offer. On the other hand, a house that displays beauty and prestige on the outside lures buyers in quickly and raises the property value of a home.
Imagine the exhaustion that overwhelms the body after working eight to ten hours a day. After finally clocking out and making the drive home, you pull into the driveway and see clear walkways lined with manicured flowers and neatly trimmed grass. It is a feeling of relief and welcomes relaxation. This is what a buyer wants to picture; this is what leads them to purchase a home, not the thoughts of how much work will have to be done for the lawn to be maintained. By cutting back bushes and limbs that block the window, natural sunlight can be let in. Not only does natural light serve as an aphrodisiac to the mind, but it also showcases the interior of a room.
Lawns that are edged and artfully manicured demonstrate that the owner pays attention to small details. If a buyer can see that the owner has given a home curb value they can trust that the interior has also been maintained. Hiring a lawn maintenance company can provide constant care and also prevent possible problems. Even slight increase adjustments of the time dedicated to the front yard will help showcase a house.
Planting around a house add visual appeal to a landscape and greatly increase curb appeal. Flowers are generally most appealing because of the burst of colors they offer. A lawn sketched with flower beds and creative landscapes greatly defines an area and brings an addition of polish. Fresh planting and manicuring gives a finished look and makes a buyer feel like there is less work they have to put in to make a house a home. Overall this look creates a perception of completion.
Landscape lighting and creativity by a professional landscaping company, is another way to up the selling price of a house. Dark areas around a house give a sense of uneasiness and are not welcoming to potential buyers. By lighting areas around the doorways and walkways the lawn is showcased and adds a sense of security. If light is added to outdoor patio areas it brings the house living area outside. This leads visitors to dream about barbeques and backyard parties.
Even grass, clutter free walkways, and neatly trimmed shrubs invite prospects. The fewer the obstacles and negative appeal of your lawn, the better chance a home has at selling. It is impossible to sell a home if the buyers will not come inside. Neatness and curb appeal of a home are two top qualities when house searching. It is well worth the time, money, and small effort it takes to give a lawn curb appeal.
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