For some reason, grass tends to grow faster in the summer. The details of the lawn are also more clearly visible during the shiny months of summer. Make sure you maintain your lawn nicely, and mow it regularly, at least twice a week and water it, if needed. Sometimes you may mow diagonally to add to the lawn's curb appeal, aesthetic value, and dimension.
To add to the curb appeal, you can also plant flowers, trim the bushes, and scatter mulch evenly. Remember not to put the mulch too close to your siding. More is not better in the case of mulch. Sweep the pathway leading up to your front door if you have one & driveway; paint your house number attractively on the curb, and make your entrance warm and welcoming.
Summer Colors for Interiors
If your rooms are slightly darker, add a few table lamps. However, make sure that the rooms are not over-lit. A potential buyer should not think that you are trying to compensate for the lack of natural light. Make sure the light switches are cleaned off and free of grime, finger prints or dust.
Attractive Entrance Way
Air Temperature and Smell
Nothing can dampen a buyer's enthusiasm more than a stuffy and hot room on a hot summer day. Make sure that there is sufficient air circulation in your home. It may require you to place a few table fans at home if you don't have air conditioning. The AC should be set on the right temperature, it should be comfortable. If your home is cold inside that is not conducive to a tranquil atmosphere and if you walk around your home and begin to sweat, you're A/C is certainly not set properly. Ensure the home smells fresh and clean; certainly when a potential buyer is visiting. Remember to pay close attention to pet smells that can become more noticeable in the heat.