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“It’s all in the packaging- Creating Curb Appeal”. Presented to:. ECHO June 30, 2001. GOAL OF SESSION:. • To create an awareness and understanding of why it is important to maintain the aesthetic appeal and value of your homes. • To give practical examples of how you can

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“It’s all in the packaging-

Creating Curb Appeal”

Presented to:

ECHO

June 30, 2001

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GOAL OF SESSION:

• To create an awareness and understanding

of why it is important to maintain the

aesthetic appeal and value of your homes.

• To give practical examples of how you can

create that appeal.

• To inspire you to action.

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What exactly

is

curb appeal?

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Protect and enhance the asset

  • Average $20,000 per unit in value between
  • the curb and the front door
  • Sends the message “The owners who live
  • here care about their home. This is a nice
  • place to live!”
  • Attracts people to your community who
  • are also concerned with the appearance
  • of the property
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Makes the Community a “desired”

  • place to live
  • Safety Considerations
  • Breaks downward cycle of deferred
  • maintenance
  • Creates emotional involvement by owners
  • (engagement Vs. dial tone)
  • Creates a sense of neighborhood
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