Asked by Jason, 30097 • Sat Jun 7, 2008
I've just put my house on the market, and I think it should be appealing to a lot of buyers (It's pretty much been completely updated inside), but the glaring problem is with the front lawn. It was ugly when I bought the house four years ago, and it's gotten worse. No doubt there are far more weeds than grass, and there are several large patches of dirt. The only redeeming factor is that there are several shrubs arranged nicely along the front, and I've put new mulch around those. I tried planting grass seed, but there are severe watering restrictions here in GA, so the seedlings don't have a chance. Maybe I'm over-concerned, as the rest of the house is good...but I'm paranoid with the current market being so poor. Should I perhaps just offer a lawn service concession upfront, or just keep that for later negotiations?
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