shcoolWe’ve all seen them. The cheesy, cliched descriptions that some real estate listings contain. Makes you want to reach through your monitor and hit ‘delete’ or ‘spell-check’. Having performed admirably in my youth at spelling bees and grammar, it drives me crazy to read some of the listing descriptions I see. It gives the reader very little confidence that anything is accurate if they can’t spell ‘dining room’ correctly. Add to that the cheesy cliches and you have a cringe-worthy description of your (likely) largest asset for all the world to see.Have you ever seen descriptions in ALL CAPS?!! It’s like the writer is shouting at you. What do you choose as important, when everything is HUGE? It’s fine to highlight a few items...

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