Quick Curb Appeal Changes You Can Do While Your Home Is Listed On The Market

Dated: April 24 2018

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If our favorite tips to upping your home’s curb appeal leave you wanting more, be sure to attempt these bonus ideas for the ultimate curb appeal style on the block:

  • Upgrade your mailbox. Install a new mailbox for under $100, or spray paint your existing mailbox.

  • Plant a tree. Make sure you know how large the tree will grow first, but planting a tree adds to your curb appeal for as low as $20.

  • Build a tree bench. Already have a tree you love in your front yard? Build a wraparound tree bench. Great for napping, picnicking, or just hiding exposed roots, a tree bench will just cost what you spend on boards and screws.

  • Install flower boxes. For around $20 each, flower boxes are a quick way to add some life and color to your house windows. If you don’t want to worry about installing flower boxes, try out a container garden in pots by your front porch.

  • Hide eyesores. Place a small lattice fence or side of paneling around your air conditioner to avoid an appliance eyesore, and hide your trash bins behind a small fence or by building a garbage can shed. You can also hide your hose in a pot or storage bench.

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Christina Strickland

Executive Sales Vice President I joined Plum Tree Realty as a Licensed Realtor in 2018. Plum Tree is a wonderful brokerage to work for, I couldn’t imagine working for any other brokerage. Before ....

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