Trying to sell a house with a torn-up yard?
While having a yard or a beautiful garden can add a lot of joy and satisfaction to your life, it can also be frustrating if you don’t have the ability to maintain it like you wish you could.
And if that yard leaves a bad impression, it can make potential buyers walk away without a second glance. The first thing a buyer sees before they walk in your house is the yard.
Fortunately, that’s not how the story should to end. If you’re trying to sell a home with a less-than-pretty yard, here are some things you might consider doing.
Fix The Torn-Up Yard
If you have time and money that you don’t mind spending on fixing up your torn up yard, then this is your first option. You can pull up weeds, mow, and re-seed your lawn where necessary. But be aware that it can take up to a month for your yard to get looking like you want it to. Another option in is to hire a landscaper to fix your torn-up yard. This is an easy and relatively inexpensive but you won’t get the joy of working on your yard yourself.
Purchase Turf Grass (Artificial Grass)
This option is certainly quicker than trying to repair your torn-up yard before selling, but it also can be quite expensive. It costs between $5 and $20 per square foot. So you’ll definitely need a hefty budget to make this happen.
Sell To a Professional Homebuyer
If you don’t want to worry about repairing your yard nor do you want to pay for expensive turf grass, you might just consider selling your Charlotte home to a professional home buyer like us. At Bright Haven Properties, we buy houses as-is for cash and we can close in as little as two weeks. Give us a call if you want to hear our offer 704-461-0576 or fill out the quick form below and will get in touch with you with an all-cash offer for your property.