Read our winter landscaping tips for your San Antonio move.If you’re planning a San Antonio move this winter, you might be wondering how to improve the curb appeal of your home. It’s not the season for putting out new potted flowers, but you can still put out evergreen plants. If you have greenery in your landscaping already, make sure they’re neatly trimmed and that dead leaves are swept away. A small Christmas tree with some white twinkle lights looks cheerful on any home and will create a welcoming feel for potential buyers. Outdoor sculpture is another good choice for creating an exterior that is memorable an attractive. Colored glass or shiny metallic finishes draw the eye and make up for the fact that the flowers aren’t in bloom.

Brighten the Exterior of San Antonio Real Estate to Appeal to Buyers

There are several other ways to improve the look of the exterior of your home. Good lighting is an excellent choice, from both an aesthetic and practical point of view. Lights that lead the way from the driveway to the front door make your house look inviting and help people find their way when the days are short. If you have a long pathway leading from the street to your door, think about adding a lantern or other light that will help people find the house. Large house numbers also create interest and make the house easy to find. This cuts down on frustration for buyers--always a good thing when trying to entice people to buy. A new mailbox, especially one in a bright color, will also make the house easier to locate and add visual interest. Speaking of bright colors, consider adding a pop of color by painting your front door red or adding a bright wreath.

Whether you’re planning a San Antonio move from another city or are just looking for another house in the area, Robert Twaron can help. With decades of experience in San Antonio real estate, he will be able to guide you every step of the way from selling your current house to buying your next. For more information, please call 210.860.1775 or text Homesforsale to 36260.