Thinking About Selling? How Landscaping Can Interest Potential Buyers

If you’re looking to sell your home or investment property, you probably don’t see the value in landscaping if you won’t be living there for much longer. Why spend money on something as important as your front or backyard if you won’t be there to enjoy it?

But think of it like this: you’re probably already preparing the inside of your home for potential buyers. Whether you’re giving the walls a fresh coat of paint, cleaning the carpets, polishing the floors or even hiring furniture to make an impact, you’re already investing money in your property to get a better return. The same goes for your garden.

Increasing the curb appeal of your home is perhaps even more important than giving the inside of your home a mini makeover. What’s the first thing that potential buyers see when they come to inspect a property? A front yard that they can see themselves nurturing and enjoying for years to come.

You might be feeling overwhelming with everything you need to do, so we’ve compiled some landscaping tips that anyone can follow to help interest potential buyers.

Lay New Lawn Because Curb Appeal is Everything

The best part about landscaping is that you don’t even need to complete a full backyard blitz for the final result to have an impact. If your lawn is looking sad or neglected, especially after the Australian summer, then a fresh and lush new lawn can make any home shine.

Consider instant turf, or even synthetic turf for an easy to maintain yet aesthetically pleasing option.

Add Colour but Limit Plant Species

Adding bright pops of colour, native blooms and flowering annuals can make your property feel welcoming and give it an immediate lift. You might be tempted to go overboard with plants, but you still want to make it seem easy to maintain. Research your area or talk to your landscapers to find the right plants that suit the climate, helps reduce pests and encourages biodiversity.

Mulching and Weeding Goes a Long Way

With any garden, you want it to seem low maintenance to potential buyers. When it comes to selling, it’s usually all about appearances. Weeding goes a long way in helping your garden look tidy and well-maintained, while mulching your garden beds will help make your gardens look much neater.

At Watersave Landscaping, we offer all these services and so much more, to help get your garden in order before open house. If you’d like to discuss your landscaping needs, get in touch with our experts today – we’re only a phone call away!

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