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.
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.
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.
Inside this issue of units magazine, the curb appeal strategies of several owners are presented.