curb appeal


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curb appeal

The external attractiveness of a building or property, such as can be viewed from the street (i.e., the curb). We were suckered into buying the house because of its incredible curb appeal, but once we moved in, we realized just how run-down it was inside.
See also: appeal, curb
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Pittro says it's one of the few things that can be done to improve curb appeal when everything else is blanketed in snow and nothing can be planted.
A little creative curb appeal maintenance can prevent poor first impressions that lose leases and cause residents to lose interest.
Additionally, we use brick masonry on all of our developments, which creates greater building longevity and curb appeal.
Camden county winners included the 332-unit Fairways in Blackwood, the 255unit Chateau Ridge in Pine Hill and the 70unit Warwick Terrace in Somerdale--all recognized for excellence in curb appeal by the AAGP.
We have expanded our curb appeal to include career apparel, technology that allows us to pay more attention to our respective demographics and training that distinguishes our service for our residents.
Now, he tells all his clients that if they want to increase their home's curb appeal without the maintenance, AZEK is the best solution.