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Tips To Boost Curb Appeal Of Your Rental Property

It is important to make your property look attractive so that more and more prospective tenants are willing to rent it. One of the first things that a potential renter takes note of is the exterior of your property. Therefore, it is essential to invest time and money in beautifying your rental property and increasing its curb appeal. You need to upkeep your property in the best possible manner and use a little bit of creativity to make it stand out from the rest.

Below is a list of certain tips that can help you:

  • Clean it thoroughly: Potential tenants will never like a property that is unkempt and dirty. So, pay attention to the exterior and make sure it is neat and clean. You can take certain steps such as trimming the lawn, shoveling the snow and power washing the outside of your property. Also ensure that there is no litter around the property. Apply a fresh coat of paint on the front door and ensure cleanliness on the porch. Make sure you do not stack up any unused or old appliances on the porch.
  • Go green: Everyone gets attracted to greenery and you too can use this aspect to its fullest in your property. Go in for simple landscaping as it looks beautiful and does not fall heavy on your pocket too. You can create a miniature garden near the front porch and even plant a row of hedges to segregate your property from that of the neighbors. Paint the mailbox anew and use rocks or concrete blocks along the entrance. Plant seasonal and fresh flowers in small pots to further increase the beauty.
  • Add simple accents: Addition of simple accents can go a long way in making your rental property more inviting. For instance, you can have chairs in your porch in materials such as wood or wicker. Display some nice cushions on the chairs for an enhanced appeal. You can even add a dash of color by opting for a bright colored mat at the entrance of the property. This will make the tenants take note of your rental home the moment they enter it.
  • Have a center of attraction: Highlight the enticing features of your property in order to gain the attention of probable tenants. You can have a major feature that becomes the center of attraction in the exterior of your home. For instance, add a swing in your porch with bright-colored pillows or simply have a water feature such as a fountain or small pond in the garden. You can even have an outdoor seating area complete with a fire pit. Installing solar lighting all through the walkway can also lend a beautiful impression on the renter.
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