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The Unsellable Houses Team Believes These Mistakes Could Jeopardize Your Yard
First impressions are vital when it comes to selling your home, and nothing will make your house more appealing than curb appeal.
That’s why the hosts of “Unsellable Houses,” Leslie Davis and Lyndsay Lamb, often cut to the chase when pointing out what hinders a house’s marketability.
Having a well-manicured lawn, a freshly-painted porch, and no visible clutter can make the home seem more inviting.
However, if there are oil stains on the driveway, weeds in the grass, and paint chipping from the house’s facade, it may serve as a warning to buyers that there's worse to come.
Additions like a backyard pigeon coop should also be removed before placing the house on the market, as it is considered a red flag to potential buyers.
Generally, people will know in less than a minute whether or not they're interested in a home, so it pays to give the right impression straight away.