197 Ways to Improve the Curb Appeal of Any House

February 5, 2012 by  
Filed under Ready for Real Estate ?

Improve the value of your home or investment property with free or low-cost exterior home improvements and realize a net profit of 5-15X your investment!

You never get a second chance to make a first impression. Whether you’re sprucing your home up for sale or just want a new look, 197 Ways to Improve the Curb Appeal of Any House will be your guide to a profitable makeover. Make the most of your home’s appearance – and your hard-earned home-improvement dollars – by following the simple and easy-to-do tips in this guide.

My name is Kevin Wood and I own a business that specializes in helping people sell their own homes. I have seen thousands homes over a wide range of prices, condition, and in a variety of markets.

In the course of my work, I have seen so-so homes that sold even before they were on the market, and beautiful "diamonds in the rough" that didn’t sell for a year or more.

As you may know, curb appeal can impress or send buyers looking elsewhere. It is the number one element that makes buyers decide to look inside — or not.

Real estate investors have long known about "fixing and flipping" houses to make a quick profit. How do they do this? Simple. They find a house that needs a little cosmetic work and buy it for less than market value. Then they sell it for a profit — sometimes for 10, 20, or 30% more than they paid for it only a month or two before. You can do the same thing with your own home.

I wrote this book to help you realize the maximum possible sale price for your home. You’ll be surprised at how the little things make the most difference.

I recommend this invaluable guide to anyone who is interested in improving the exterior of their home in preparation for a sale, appraisal for a first or second mortgage, or simply to increase your net worth. It’s really just that easy.

As a homeowner or investor with a property for sale you need to have enthusiastic buyers making offers in order to see maximum gains. Enthusiastic buyers and Realtors will result in a higher selling price in a much shorter period of time.

Walk slowly past your house from both directions. What stands out the most? The faded paint on the garage door? A mailbox that hangs…

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