What kind of returns will that bring, and will these be enough to offset the purchase price? And how about the facilities the local authority will provide?
What kind of sanitation and waste facilities does the property have?
Even if they can afford it, they’re unclear if it would be a good investment.
To convince the members of your audience that they want to buy one of your properties, you’re going to have to conduct quite a detailed pitch.
If alarm bells are starting to ring at the mention of rhetoric, quiet them. Phrases like “pure rhetoric” or “empty rhetoric” are often used to suggest that an utterance lacks substance or integrity, or is somehow dishonest or insincere.
And those are the last things you want your reader to take away from reading your essay!
It could cause them to think your essay is more about style than substance.
But the subtler cues – in the way you phrase, structure, and present your arguments – can unquestionably make the difference between winning over a sceptical audience and leaving them unmoved.
If you’ve been paying attention you may have seen that we’ve already mentioned “rhetoric” a couple of times so far in this post – and this is no accident.
You can’t really talk about essay conclusions without talking about rhetoric.