Real estate ads are excellent examples of terrible, terrible writing. They are full of bad grammar and inconsistencies, with the random usage of abbreviations, numerals, punctuation and capital letters. Never mind the exaggerated descriptions and cliches. Look at the error-ridden examples below.
Here, the realtor tries to convince us this home is wonderful by ending every “sentence” with an exclamation point—a classic sign of amateur writing. Perhaps sales would improve if these agents had used a good copywriter or copy editor.