Updated: Jan 9, 2020
The first impression someone will get of your home is when they pull into the driveway. So make sure it looks good. Keep trashcans out of sight and the yard free of debris. Make sure the lawn is cut, weeds are pulled and the trees are trimmed. Walk out to the sidewalk and take a look. Do you notice that the windows look dirty? Are the gutters full of leaves? Do you see cobwebs in the front door entrance? These are things that a buyer is sure to notice upon arrival.