Curb Appeal

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DEFINITION of 'Curb Appeal'

The general attractiveness of a house or other piece of property from the sidewalk. This term is often used by Realtors trying to sell or evaluate a piece of property.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'Curb Appeal'

There are many things that can increase the curb appeal of a piece of property. A new paint job, landscaping and siding can go a long way towards accomplishing this. Though not as easily measured as something like square footage, curb appeal plays an important role in property valuation.

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