Having your own home is a privilege, no matter what way you cut it. Being able to afford to buy a home is a major point in a person’s life. When you do buy, you imagine it will be forever, but this is often not the case.
We find ourselves upscaling due to family expansion or downsizing because they turned 18 and finally moved out. For whatever reason, we don’t always stay in the same house forever. We move around, just like the tribal ancestors that we came from.
So, when it comes time to move on to the next place, how do you shift the old house? How do you attract new buyers so you can move out? You increase the home’s curb appeal. To do that, you can add in a little landscaping.
How Landscaping Sells a House?
Selling a home is all about curb appeal. Ask any realtor and they will tell you the same thing: that a large part of the decision is made from the sidewalk before the buyer ever walks in.
If your home is attractive on the inside and you are still struggling to sell, making it attractive on the outside is exactly the way forward for attracting those buyers. It might be a lick of exterior paint; it might be needing new stucco. More likely than anything else, the grounds and garden it sits in are letting you down.
According to experts in landscaping in Carson City, ignoring the outside of your home allows for a reduced percentage of interest in your land. Neglecting the exterior, it seems, can even bring your property value down.
A Landscaped Garden Changes Everything
Whether you have a small garden or a large piece of land, having your grounds landscaped improves the overall appearance of your home, but it does much more than that. It changes the atmosphere.
Imagine the difference between a home with a beautiful interior sitting beside a junkyard and a home with a beautiful interior that had blocked out the view of the junkyard with planters and trees. How much more likely would you be to buy if you could block that yard out of the picture? For some, it’s the difference between a deal and a do-not.
Now imagine how your own home and garden look. Imagine if you could block out your neighbor’s view of your property, raise your flower beds or vegetable patches, gravel that driveway, and even erect a fishpond and a chair swing… Do you see where we are going with this?
There is a huge difference between having a garden and using your garden. If used correctly, it can become the extra room your home has been looking for. You can add studios, pools, ponds, and play areas. When landscaped, the grounds your home sits upon are full of potential, instead of lost underneath a plain lawn.
That’s something to think about when it comes to selling your house, don’t you think?