[Facebook] Add Value to Your Home With These 9 DIY Improvements
Landscaping improvements can increase a home’s value by 10-12%. Boost your curb appeal with these simple and inexpensive outdoor upgrades!
🏡 GET A LUSH LAWN
Fill in bare spots with grass seed or sod for an expected return of 417% and 143% respectively.
🌹 CHOOSE PERENNIAL FLOWERS
They’ll immediately brighten your yard—and with proper care, they’ll return year after year.
🌲 PLANT A TREE
Not only will it offer privacy and shade as it grows, a mature tree can add up to $10,000 to the value of your home.
💧 PRESSURE WASH YOUR EXTERIOR
Cleaning the outside of a house can add as much as $15,000 to its sales price.
Check out our latest blog post for details and more great DIY project ideas to add value to your home.
Then contact us to schedule a free virtual consultation. We can help you maximize the return on your effort and investment!
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