I am new to flipping homes. I am buying the house pictured below. It needs about 25k or so done to the inside. I am trying not to go too high on the exterior due to this home being in an undesirable area. However, I know the curb appeal can really raise the value. I am not trying to be lazy here but I am new/ignorant and kind of stuck on what to do after tons of research and drawing. Please give me advice! Some things we discussed are: putting a gable on porch (expensive I know), staining or painting brick (staining will look better but leaving mortar white will cost a lot in labor while painting requires maintenance to the future home owner), just painting the porch and taking lattice off or replacing with something better, adding thickness to the side and front of porch roof to give it dimension and make it flow better with the other roof, covering porch rafters with siding, moving porch stairs to front of porch (even though the sidewalk would have to be moved), different landscaping options with shrubs or flower bed and hanging baskets on the porch, new windows and doors is a definite since most of the windows are not double pane, replacing 3 small columns with 2 large ones, just taking off porch roof to leave it as a deck, and you cannot see the carport but there is a make shift carport on right side we are tearing down bc it looks rough so we wondered should we put some kind of cheap carport up like a metal one on top of the slab or just leave it bare. I dislike metal carports but I know not having carport or garage is huge deal because here in Georgia most homes come standard with them. This pic is old and yard has no shrubs or trees. Just overgrown grass. We are doing shutters to match roof. We are putting a new roof and I decided metal will sell better. Plus we can get either type for same price. Contractor also mentioned bringing metal down around porch roof to help look although I cannot visualize that well. Metal color will depend on what color brick ends up. I know with staining it we can give it a modern brick look like some newer homes but dad keeps saying way too expensive. So if we paint it, maybe taupe, light green, grey, or white paint. I know no one would want to do this on their own home bc of maintenance but if it would help sell it I think it might be worth it. I wish I could do everyone of these things. But we would be in the hole. Any ideas or are any of my ideas going to help sell? I put this in the brick section because the best idea I could think of was changing the outdated brick and maybe some experienced person might know the easiest way and if it will add a lot of value. I love brick, just not the 1970s color of it. Thanks so much for any advice and thanks for taking a second to read. Maybe some day I will be able to contribute and pay it forward on here.