First impressions count when selling a property. With prices for properties skyrocketing, there can be a temptation to leave the landscaping and not worry about it. However there are some great low-cost but high-value improvements you can do to property. By taking care of a few of these tasks and investing in a few proven areas, you can maximise the selling potential of your property.

The Husqvarna Global Garden report in 2011 showed that a well-maintained garden will increase the value of your property by up to 16%. The average payback on plants and materials was 3.1 times the money invested. Not only did it add value to the property, it shortened selling time by up to several weeks.

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