Everyone knows the value of curb appeal for selling your home, especially in a subdivision. However, it can take on new meaning when you have a home with additional acreage. Future buyers may have difficulty seeing the potential of land that has not yet been cleared of overwhelming brush and undesirable trees. Therefore, it is important for sellers to present land to its maximum potential. That way the property shows everything it has to offer to as many potential buyers as possible.
UNABLE TO SELL HOME/PROPERTY
Recently, one of our customers had been trying to sell their home for three months. When they first called me, they had several showings, but no offers. The home was on 2 acres of land. One acre was completely covered with cedars and brush. You could see live oaks in there, but, for potential buyers and it was difficult to see the potential. The acre of land around the house was cleared but in dire need of trimming and clean up. The family hired Hill Country Land Prep for the job.
Below is a picture from the back porch of the house. As you can see, all the land on the other side of the barbwire fence is not cleared.