Attract homebuyers, even in the rainy season
While Seattle may be known for its damp weather, even lifelong residents are getting sick of soggy boots this spring. According to the National Weather Service, the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport received 1.6 inches of June rain only a week into the month - surpassing the average monthly total of 1.57 inches. Locals trying to sell their homes using the MLS listings in Seattle can find it difficult to attract potential buyers with the rain constantly pouring down.
As a result, it is up to a homeowner to spiff up a property and make it shine amidst the unusual gloom. Consider adding a fresh coat of paint to architectural accents such as shutters or the front door of a home, and use a memorable color that contrasts with the hue of the house’s siding. For example, a white house may look stunning with a cheery red door.
In addition to colorful features, use plants and shrubbery strategically for curb appeal, and make sure the entire property is well maintained. An adorable exterior can help attract potential buyers, regardless of the weather conditions.