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It’s important to make sure that your property truly stands out to any potential buyers from the moment they arrive and walk through the front door. Here are a few areas to focus on to ensure your home makes the best first impression possible.

Start With the Driveway
It’s easy to overlook the visual importance of the driveway, but it certainly goes a long way when it comes to curb appeal. For this reason, you may want to consider resurfacing it with a material that catches the eye, like natural stone slabs or pea stone gravel. This is an easy way to set your property apart as soon as prospective buyers pull up to your home.

Focus on the Front Door
Of course, the front door should feel as inviting as possible. Perhaps it needs a fresh coat of paint or could benefit from new light fixtures that create a distinguished appearance. If you have the space for a bench or two, a small seating area can instantly add a welcoming ambience to your home’s entryway. 

Mind the Foyer
Potential buyers begin to truly experience the home as soon as they cross the threshold and chances are they will immediately know whether or not they have serious interest. Needless to say, it’s essential that your foyer is looking its absolute best. If it’s time to make a few upgrades here, don’t hesitate to do so, because a new chandelier, entry table and rug can completely transform the first impression that a home makes. 

Entice the Senses
They say that our sense of smell is linked closer to memory than any of our other senses. Greeting prospective buyers with a pleasant aroma, like freshly cut flowers or homemade cookies, as soon as they walk through the front door can certainly help to ensure that they remember your home in a positive light.