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Are the shrubs over gown and ugly?
Are there dead shrubs that should be removed?
Do the trees need trimming and thinning to add value to the property?
Are there tree limbs hitting the house or growing over the house that are a hazard and should be removed?
Is there thin areas in the lawn or bare dirt in the lawn that needs repaired?
Is the gutters full of tree leaves and debris indicating to the protentional home buyers an on going maintenance issue?
Are there hardscape stones, blocks, etc. broken or missing from the hardscape that needs repaired?
When was the last time new mulch was installed?
If you have a irrigation system does the irrigation system function properly?
Does your landscape lack color?
Heres how we can make that happen:
According to landscape economist John Harris, good landscaping can add up to 28% to the overall value of a house, and cut its time on the market by 10% to 15%.
But getting those results takes more than simply weeding and cutting the grass.
Research by Alex X. Niemiera, a horticulturist at Virginia Tech, makes it clear that there's more to landscaping
than sticking some flowers and a couple shrubs in the ground. The number one thing that buyers are looking for in landscaping is a sophisticated design.
Niemera's research also found that a well-landscaped home had a significant price advantage over a home with no landscaping. That advantage, on average, ranged from 5.5 percent to 12.7 percent, which translates into an extra $16,500 to $38,100 in value on a $300,000 home.
How would you like an extra $38,100 for your house?
Contact Grosh's Lawn Service now by e-mail
to schedule your home for sale consultation.