While many prospective buyers may not specifically notice the roof, the state of it can cast the entire home in a good or bad light. A new roof will portray that your house as a whole has been cared for, is safe, and has curb appeal. A house that looks good on the outside suggests that both the interior and the exterior have been well-maintained, letting the prospective buyer know that your home is one that they should consider viewing.
“Curb appeal” is a term you often hear on HGTV, and it’s no joke to experts in the industry. When polled, 94% of realtors said they tell their homeowners to prioritize their home’s curb appeal before they even list it, and 99% said they believe curb appeal is among the most important elements to attracting home buyers.