Beautiful curb appeal for selling your home begins with the most basic home improvement principle: cleaning. Dirt and grime turn-off buyers and can make your home appear in worse condition than it truly is. If your exterior can’t be new, at least make it shine like new.

“It’s important that sellers clean. Buyers make judgments quickly. If they see blatant neglect, they’re critical,” says Don Hammons, a top agent who works with 80% more single-family homes than the average agent in Bellingham, WA. 

Clean up your curb appeal in four simple steps:

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