When putting a house up for sale, everyone wants to get the highest possible price for it. As it turns out, there is one thing that will make potential buyers willing to pay more for the property you are selling. How to increase the value of your home?
Before selling your property, it’s a good idea to work on it a little and make a few changes that will attract buyers. As it turns out, the price of houses is greatly influenced by the garden. Experts in real estate sales have noted that a house becomes more attractive if there is a flowery meadow or lawn in front of it with field flowers to attract bees.
3 Patents on How to Arrange a Garden and Increase the Value of Your Home (Even by 5-20%)
Appeal to Buyers’ Desires
If someone comes to view a property, they immediately imagine themselves as if they were living in the house. In addition, they see themselves as the caretaker of the home garden. And nothing works on the senses like natural scents. That’s why it’s so important to create an insect-friendly wild garden (without evenly trimmed bushes and elaborate alleys). Plant lavender, geraniums, dahlias and necessarily herbs (marjoram, sage, chives). As a result, your home will be tempting with a beautiful fragrance.
Allow Plants to Grow Freely
Any garden, even the smallest one, will attract potential buyers who will look at the house with a favorable eye. What matters is not the area, but that it is lush and as natural as possible. The elaborate French gardens, with alleys planned from squares, are associated with austerity and lack of freedom. On the other hand, in a meadow-like garden, everyone will be happy to relax and not worry about accidentally damaging something.
To get the effect of a flowery meadow, plant so-called seed bombs. These are balls consisting of soil and grass and flower seeds. You can make them yourself or buy them.
Place Water Sources
If your garden is a bit larger, be sure to put in some kind of water source. It can be a pond, a fountain or a bird drinker. This will help you attract birds and insects.
Keep this in mind when selling a property!