A combination of good upkeep, visual charm and attention to detail, curb appeal is often enough to draw a person to a home with just a single glance. Though undefinable, it’s actually something that 71 percent of homebuyers look for when buying a home, thus it’s only prudent to have eye-catching curb appeal, which can either make or break a deal.
Even realtors and real estate agents consider curb appeal as among the five most important factors when selling a home, since it could add as much as 10 percent to a home’s value. Without it, prospective buyers will either want to settle for a lower price or reject your home altogether. You only need a small budget to do these simple jobs that can contribute to raising your home’s curb appeal.