There’s a such thing as having your curb appeal that appears too good. It could even scare off some buyers.
“I see many home buyers looking for yards that don’t require a lot of maintenance,” Monica Kemp, a real estate professional with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage and a staging professional in Leesburg, Va., told realtor.com®. “It can be generational—a lot of younger, first-time buyers don’t want to be home all day gardening or dealing with the lawn.”
A large landscape filled with perfectly manicured, abundant flower beds may appear as too much work with upkeep for some potential home shoppers.