3 Bd, 1 Ba
.51 Acre Lot
PRICE: $825/mo (Deposit $825)
This great 3bd/1ba move in ready rental is available for only $825/mo. Located just ¼ mile from Fountain Inn’s downtown and backs up to the swamp rabbit trail. It has a deep wooded lot that is partially fenced in and a convenient circular drive in front. Low maintenance yard. Stove, refrigerator, dishwasher and microwave in place, hook ups for washer & dryer. Contact me today at firstname.lastname@example.org or 864-901-8141 to make this your home.
If you are planning to sell your home in the near future you have to make sure that you keep that curb appeal up. Of course the yard looks so much better in the spring and early summer but then start to look a little sad by the fall. So here are a few tips to keep that new buyer's first impression on their potential new home at the top. Here are some tips on how to get the most out of the end of the year.
1) Look for Discounts
Get a jump on next year’s garden in your new home by buying gardening equipment, seeds and plants at discounted prices. Many garden centers slash prices in the fall months to move unsold stock. Store seed packets in the freezer to keep them fresh, and keep discount seedlings going indoors until you can replant them next spring at your new home.
2) Repot Overgrown Plants
If a summer’s worth of growth has caused your plants to outgrow their homes, take some time this fall to replant them in larger containers. Dense or compacted soil, poor drainage, or roots creeping out of the bottom of a pot are sure signs that plants are root bound and struggling for more space. This will allow for easy transportation once your home is sold.
3) Plant Shrubs and Saplings
You can always plan ahead. If you are preparing your home for a Spring sell then adding trees and shrubs to your yard, in the fall is the best time to do it. By planting these plants in the fall, you’ll give their roots a chance to get established and avoid the withering effects of the summer sun. You’ll want to plant trees and shrubs in the ground a few weeks before the first frost, and if you live in an area with colder temperatures and heavy snows, wrap their branches and leaves in burlap to protect them from their first winter.
4) Trim Perennials
Once your garden has gone to seed and perennial plants have run through their life cycle, it’s time to trim them back. Not only will it clean up an overgrown garden, but it will give the plants more energy next year, and limit potential garden problems like powdery mildew or insect infestations.
5) Fertilize the Lawn
While it might look like your lawn has shut down for the season, a little lawn care in the fall months will guarantee a lush, green garden next spring. Growth slows above the surface in autumn, but beneath the soil, your lawn is still hard at work establishing strong roots. Help it out this fall with a good mix of phosphorus-rich fertilizer, which helps strengthen roots.
For only $8,000 you could buy your own piece of Downtown Greer. A short walk to dining and shops in a growing town. In one of the fastest growing areas in the Upstate, with the BMW expansion and the construction of the new Bass Pro Shop, this area is the place to be. Water and Sewer already in place. Property sold via tax deed.
Tire shop to the left, home to the right and across the street from a church.
Contact me today if you'd like to make an offer
Nicky Jackson, Your Upstate Realtor 864-901-8141
Everyone knows that first impressions are everything... Don't you want to give potential buyers the BEST impression possible to help your home sell? I know that investing a lot of money in a home you're trying to sell isn't always an option so here are a few DIY home improvement projects that all cost under $100. These projects will add instant curb appeal to your house and hopefully make someone want to call it their new home!
1) Paint Your Front Door, Trim, or Shutters on Your House
2) Upgrade Your Mailbox
3) Install New House Numbers
4) Plant a Tree, Add or Replant Flower Beds
5) Replace Exterior Light Fixtures
6) Install Flower Boxes
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