Myth #3 Once a potential buyer sees the inside of your home, curb appeal won't matter.
Truth: Buyers probably won't make it to the inside of the home if the outside of your home does not appeal to them.
Buyers and their agents often do drive-bys before deciding whether a home is worth their time to look inside. Your home's exterior must make a good first impression so that buyers are compelled to stop and come inside. All it takes is keeping the lawn mowed, shrubs and trees trimmed, gardens weeded and edged, and clutter put away.