Make Your Homes Stand Out with These 4 Tricks

By Selling

It can be challenging to make your home stand out in a neighborhood where all houses look the same. It’s important, though, especially if you’re planning to put your home on the market. Last week, our network of 19,000 real estate professional weighed in on this challenge. Here’s what they said.

 

In a neighborhood with similar looking homes, I’ve got a few “show stopping” ideas to make your home pop! First, consider adding a pop of color to your home with a vibrantly painted front door and shutters. (Make sure to get the color approved with the Homeowners Association, if applicable.) Next, instead of a front door wreath, consider an oversized last name initial or other custom piece to adorn your front door. Hop on Pinterest for some unique ideas! And lastly, spice up your curb appeal with landscape lighting, eye-popping, colorful flowers, and a welcoming sitting area with bright colored seating and/or cushions.

Hadley Ott

Discover Realty Group, Powered by Hothem & Associates

www.discoverrealtygroup.com

 

Be sure that the home’s front and back yards have real curb appeal, even to the point of helping spiff up the yard and putting a nice wreath and welcome mat at the front door.

Bill and Carolyn Rapp

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage – DTC Office

www.coloradohomes.com/billrapp

 

Paint trim house and especially the front door. In a sea of beige, a pop of color will go a long way. Other ways to make a house more unique is to have great outdoor furniture, throw pillows, flower pots & a unique sculpture.

Nina Kuhl

Cherry Creek Properties LLC

www.kuhlnina.com  

 

Make it Simple… clean lines (nothing new) just no junk on the porch.

Kathy Gallegos

Rocky Mountain Realty

www.rmrbrokers.com 

 

If you’re in the market for a new home, we encourage you to contact one of these experienced professionals. If you like what you read, like us on Facebook so you can always stay ahead of curve with expert, timely insights to help you buy or sell your home.