Do you have a front door to be proud of?

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By Karen Scopetski, V.P. Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage

Karen Scopetski, Vice President, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, 508-380-0112 scopet@aol.com www.karenscopetski.com.
Karen Scopetski, Vice President, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, 508-380-0112
[email protected]
www.karenscopetski.com.

Nothing makes more of a statement about a home than the front door.

The front door is the first thing people see when they go to your home. Since the front door is a key focal point when people go to your house it is important to make a good impression. Remember first impressions may end up being lasting impressions.

According to the latest research, it takes just ten seconds to decide whether or not you will buy a house. Four of those ten seconds will be standing at the front door. According to designer Ceciia Neal, “Your front door reflects what you think about a house. A door can sell a property.” You never get a second chance to make a good impression, so why not get it right the first time?

There are many ways to make a front door and entry way more appealing without breaking the bank. If you have an open porch, spruce it up, add seasonal decorations, or a basket of flowers. Use window boxes or hanging baskets. Put down a new door mat, nothing too crazy. Make sure the front door is not in need of any repairs, and give it a good cleaning. Create a welcoming entrance leading to your front door with flower beds and big pots of flowers.

Consider painting your front door to an eye catching color that makes a statement. Change your door knob, or maybe try decorative hardware. You will be surprised how these few changes can transform your front door into an inviting entrance.

 

Karen Scopetskski

Premier Agent

Coldwell Banker

Residential

318 Main Street

Northborough MA 01532

508-380-0112 Cell

508-365-3732 Fax

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