This first impression is all-important because it sets the tone for the way the buyer
will view the rest of the house. Within fifteen seconds the buyer will develop an attitude toward your house, either positive or negative that they will be looking to reinforce throughout the rest of the home tour.
The curb appeal is the buyers “first view” of the outside of the house, while the entry
is the buyers first impression of the inside of the house, so BOTH first impressions are critical.