Never underestimate the importance of a pretty face.
When it comes to buying or selling a home, first impressions count. While major renovations or
additions can affect your home’s value, you don’t need to add a new pool to improve your home’s desirability. In fact, improving your home’s curb appeal through relatively low-cost, but simple, changes, can significantly improve its standing in the market. A curbside “face lift” is always money well-spent, whether prepping to sell your house, increasing its equity-value, or just for your own benefit.
See original post from WindermereSeattle.com for tips on how to improve your curb appeal: Maximizing Your Curb Appeal