Selling my home with bad landscaping

The home I bought in Jacksonville was beautiful.

Obviously the previous owner was quite the gardener.

The yard had all sorts of different trees growing around in a mini orchard. There were arches with wisteria and all sorts of vines, but gardens lined the home and there was even a rock wall. All of it looked like it belonged in a magazine. I am not a gardener. I don’t possess a green thumb. So the moment I moved in, the grass took over. Everything got weeds and overgrown. The grass got entirely tall and there was debris all over. The home looked like a mess. I tried hiring a grass crew but they only mow. The home can be gorgeous, you just need to keep modern with the yard. It was too much for me. I ended up looking for a home that has a simple, just mow yard. The issue I had was selling my place. I wasn’t willing to service up the backyard and make it pretty to get the sale. I knew someone just needed to see the potential. I found a cash home customer that did. I got back what I paid for the place. The woman wasn’t scared of trimming, weeding, and hedging. The overgrown yard was a minor downside. I bet she sees some entirely exhausting condition of homes. I was pleasantly surprised that I was getting such a fantastic price point. I Wasn’t going to look the gift horse in the mouth though. I was just enthusiastic to get out of that house.

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