March 28, 2016

Budget-Friendly Curb Appeal Boosters

Vyral Copywriter
Danielle Corcione
Clients, friends and colleagues,

I've completed a "Budget-Friendly Curb Appeal Boosters" email message for you today.

This email includes effective strategies to boost curb appeal affordably without much investment to send as an easily personalized email for your database.

This is a 100% plain text email that does not require you to create any videos.

This is a great way to connect and stay in contact with prospective sellers or past clients in your market. With this being a 100% educational email,  this will give you creditability and expert positioning needed to become the expert in your niche.

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SUBJ: Budget-Friendly Curb Appeal Boosters

Friends, colleagues, and clients,

I recently stumbled upon a Zillow article the other morning. It included a list of budget-friendly steps to amp up your home’s curb appeal.

If you’re curious about what your home is worth right now, visit [home valuation]. Now imagine that number increasing after you’ve made simple changes and upgrades. Check out these tips to boost curb appeal affordably, without much investment.

Clean up. Any Realtor will tell you this is the first step. Set aside a weekend to deep clean the inside and outside of your property. Consider renting a power washer or hiring a local cleaning service.

Add shutters. Switching up the shutters not only makes windows appear larger, but it adds pop and pizzazz to a bland wall.

Paint accent areas. Don’t paint the inside of your home entirely. Instead, focus on small areas to accentuate as an artistic touch.

Pay attention to your front door. Think beyond placing your door and just painting it. Consider molding it to add a decorative frame.

Revisit your house numbers. Change where your address numbers are located. Find a way to incorporate them into your home’s presentation. This could be a unique way to WOW prospective buyers!

Upgrade lighting. Change the lightbulbs and pursue new affordable fixtures. A fresh finish could also do the trick, especially by spray-painting them.

Address patio furniture. Exterior furniture should resonate on the inside of a home. Many Realtors suggest limiting patio furniture, but ultimately, be deliberate with your choices in this area.

Other quick changes include:

• Upgrading your mailbox
• Planting trees and shrubs
• Building a tree bench
• Installing flower boxes
 • Hiding eyesores

These are effective strategies to maximize profit without investing too much money. I want to help you earn top dollar on your home, so you can profit and find a new home -- particularly, the one of your dreams!

If you’re thinking about buying your dream home, visit [home search].

I’d like to continue providing real estate resources to you. If you have any questions about this topic or more, give me a call or send me an email.

I look forward to hearing from you soon.

Your local Realtor,
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