Hot Selling Tucson Real Estate
Selling your Tucson home in summer can have an added burden, THE HEAT!
Next to making sure you keep the air conditioning on, at a minimum of 80 degrees, while your home is on the market, you want to make a good first impression.
To the right you see five homes; each has a different approach to summer curb appeal.
The first is a bungalow home near the UofA campus. A large front porch provides plenty of room to add things like a swing, decorative pillows, some metal art, flowers in pots and (out of site but there) a colorful welcome mat.
Next is a different look with more metal art for color along with low care Lantana and Vincas.
The third home has year round curb appeal. Natural desert landscaping that has something in bloom almost every season of the year. This landscaping was well thought out for maximum curb appeal year round and minimum maintenance and water.
Next uses pots to provide color and curb appeal. A nice big mesquite tree adds shade but isn’t really an option at the last minute to add curb appeal. Mesquite can be quite dirty, but in the right location they can help reduce the need for AC providing natural shade from the sun.
Our last photo also employs low maintenance plants along with pots by the front door and color on the door itself (I know you can’t see it, but it is there, I know I took the photos).
Curb appeal is an important part of making that great first impression. Keeping the walk clean, providing a colorful welcome mat and fresh potted flowers can go a long way to making a good first impression.