We've all heard the old saying, first impressions are the most lasting, so if you're looking to sell your home it's important to make yours the one that buyers remember.
A good place to start is the front yard, according to realtors who listed curb appeal as one of the five most important factors in selling a home.
Your home's curb appeal invites potential buyers to view the rest of the house so what it says about your home is important.
A small budget can go a long way if you take on some of the jobs yourself. Start by removing clutter. Stow away bikes, toys, trash cans and garden tools; toss scraps of paper and plastic, branches, leaves and anything else that doesn't belong in the yard; and eliminate all but a few carefully selected pots