Before you list your home for sale, you should see if tree removal is best for your land. While the landscape isn't the most important thing that people notice when a home is listed for sale, it can be a factor in making sure a sale goes through right away or that a home is sold for its maximum value.
If you have a lot of trees on your land that are large, then tree removal is going to be something to think about. This is especially the case if the trees on your land are dying or older or very large and overhanging homes. If you're not sure if tree removal is something you need to consider, call a tree removal specialist to see if they have any input you can use.
Your tree removal may help you sell your home faster and for the most amount of money. In the end, it's up to you if you want to have this service done or not, and your real estate agent may have some input as well. Here are signs it may be worth it to have trees removed on your property before you list it for sale.
Your trees are large and unkempt
Are you thinking of having tree removal done on the main trees that are easily seen from the curbside of your property? Your tree removal efforts may help improve your home's curb appeal and lead to a more positive sale in the end. This can help you get your home to be more impressive to buyers straight out of the gate and can help create buying confidence with the buyer themselves.
Your tree removal specialist can remove trees that are offensive or unkempt and can also do some trimming work on other trees that have both decorative and shade value. Trees that have little shade or other value can be removed.
Your trees are dead or dying
A potential buyer may pass your home by if they feel the dead or dying trees on your property are dangerous or an expensive nuisance. If you have the tree removal done before you list your home, then you don't have to worry about the judgment of potential buyers and can feel great about listing your home as it sits. If you don't want to do the tree removal personally, you can have your real estate agent list your home with the cost of tree removal deducted from the sale price or by offering to pay for some or all of the tree removal to help entice buyers.
Contact a tree removal company in your area to learn more.