curb appeal


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curb appeal

The subjective evaluation of the aesthetic appeal of a house or other building, as viewed from the street.

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If you're in the Midwest or East, you certainly have to put more thought into curb appeal than you would in San Diego or a more moderate region," Pittro says.
If you're a savvy investor, you would go out looking for apartment buildings that might not have much curb appeal.
Curb appeal is taking on a bigger role in today's housing market.
Even if cash is tight, curb appeal cannot be neglected.
This premium type of facility caters to those users who seek to project a high-end image, value curb appeal and understand that their facility is part of their company's brand-building strategy.
The JELD-WEN Real Estate Agent Community Trends (REACT) survey found that curb appeal is essential to getting buyers in the door and fostering a sale.
Curb appeal comes from a neat, refined and even impressive front entrance with landscaping that matches the setting.
The award-winning Westminster communities varied in size from smaller, singlebuilding properties such as the 52-unit Sussex House in Cherry Hill, which received an AAGP award for excellence in curb appeal, to expansive garden apartment complexes like the 368-unit Inverness in Westville, which was honored for overall excellence.
Whether you decide to paint your house on your own or hire a professional, do a little homework so you'll understand the importance of paint type, preparation and how the right color can enhance your home's curb appeal.
Inside this issue of units magazine, the curb appeal strategies of several owners are presented.
We want it to have curb appeal,'' said Leslie Lambert, the CRA's project manager.