Curb Appeal can make all the difference:
If you want to help your chances to sell your home at the right price, go outside, walk across the street and take a look at your home. Do you like what you see? Curb appeal is the first thing potential buyers notice. It does not matter how nice your kitchen is, if you can’t get anyone to the front door.

The Outside of the Home:
The outside of the home is the first thing people see when looking to buy a home. Landscaping must be clean cut and keep shrubs away from the home. Trim trees, bushes and have clutter picked up. Fasten all lose trim and gutters and repair as needed.

Painting Your Home:
Painting can draw people in closer to want to look at your home. Caulk areas that are in need of maintenance before starting your painting projects on the outside of your home.  A clean look stands out from the crowd.

Make General Maintenance to Your Home:
Making the necessary repairs to your home will also keep many questions about the home at bay. Keep general maintenance up on your home for keeping a home looking good. The best looking homes sell first no matter what part of town you live in. General maintenance is the key to a home before you place it on the market.
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Pre-Certified Homes:
Get your home pre-certified before you list the home for sale. This will help you get your home sold faster with less delays in the sale process. Speed up the sale of your home and keep the low bidders at bay. Keep all the realtors involved with the sale of your home honest.

Don’t Over Evaluate the Value of Your Home:
Over valuing your home will not help the sale of your home. It may sit there for a long time before it sells. If you need to sell right away ask a fair price for the home.
All these tip will improve the sale of your home.
The best maintained homes are the first to go in any housing market.


Black Hills Professional Home Inspections LLC
Black Hills Thermal Imaging

Rapid City, South Dakota