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4 Ways to Make Your Athens House Appealing to Buyers

Spring is a great time to sell your home because summer is around the corner! Athens movers have learned that the summer is the busiest time of the year for home sellers, home buyers and Athens moving companies.

But in order to sell your home, you need to make sure that it looks good. The Athens movers at All My Sons Moving & Storage have seen lots of home for sale and we have some recommendations to make your lawn look good enough to sell your home.

  1. Plants

Use the perfect spring time weather to break out your green thumb. Local markets will be selling potted plants and seeds again, so pick up some bright colored flowers and get to work.

Be sure to plant flowers symmetrically and neatly on your front lawn. That first impression is the best way to ensure you sell your home. You’ll have to leave those plants behind when your Athens movers arrive, but take that green thumb with you and plant more when you arrive at your new home!

  1. Paint

Take advantage of this great weather and paint the front of your home. If you cannot paint the house entirely, paint the front door and window awning instead. Pick an accent color and make sure it’s bright and vibrant. The brighter your home looks the greater your chances are of selling your home.

  1. Lighting

Installing outdoor lighting fixtures is a great way to boost the value and get more money when you sell your home. First impressions are so important and the look and feel of a well-lit front lawn will definitely increase your home’s value.

You can use the extra money you make to hire full service Athens movers and save yourself the hassle of moving after you sell your home!

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