When you're headed to a showing, one of the first elements of a prospective home that you encounter is the driveway. Often, this paved pathway is the first impression of the property for buyers. Before you even enter the home, you're met with a country-style gravel driveway, a fancy cobblestone driveway, a newly-tarred black driveway, or a cracked and sunken driveway. Which of these would give you the better impression of a home? Sometimes, all of us are so worried about the curb appeal, the interior, and the stain of the wood floors, that the driveway can take a backseat. As a seller, you should keep this in mind prior to listing your home to ensure that potential buyers are given a proper first impression.
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