When you’re trying to sell your commercial building, boosting curb appeal is an important thing to do. Whether it looks new or not, a new coat of paint can rejuvenate your building and increase its appeal to a great extent – often to the point that investors will quickly want to get it for themselves, and will be willing to pay top dollar in exchange for it.
Curb appeal is the concept that a building or a house would have a greater exterior appeal that can influence buyers to pay more for it. Curb appeal in the case of a home has mostly to do with aesthetic principles of beauty and value. However, for a commercial building it’s very different. The color and shape of the building, the landscaping, the layout of the property and even the ornate iron Thornton fencing that greets visitors as soon as they get close, will all have a lot to offer in terms of marketing and branding potential, and not just for show.
As you repaint your building, its fresh new look has the ability to grab the attention of local investors who will see the possibility of getting rich by building on its appearance and overall curb appeal. So if you want to sell your business at a higher cost, it’s definitely a good idea to paint it before you try to sell it.