How would you react if you got a lucky winning phone call to tell you that you’re the new owner of a half a million pound property? Watch the video below and you’ll discover how the latest winner of a house competition reacts when she’s told of her win. Niomi Boontam is the winner of the second Raffle House competition that concluded at the end of July. She received a call from TV property expert, Sara Damergi, who delivered the good news. Not only has Niomi won a house worth £500,000 but she also will receive a brand new Land Rover Discovery Sport.
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Benno Spencer, CEO of Raffle House, is happy to have created a home winner. He explained “this is a good news story at a time when we all need one. We are beyond thrilled to announce our jackpot prize winner and, having spoken with Niomi, I know that she is over the moon”. Niomi isn’t the only winner either as Spencer explained “we are pleased to have also been able to make sizeable donations to two incredible charities, supporting the critical work they do in the homeless community”.
Will You Be Next?
Raffle House aren’t sitting on their laurels and are straight back on the win a house property competition trail. Their third competition is already underway and gives entrants the chance to win a £750,000 home in the Lambeth area of London. Tickets for this competition cost just £2 and there’s also a no purchase necessary postal entry. Follow our exclusive Loquax link and you can get free tickets when you purchase five or more. The completion of Raffle House 2 continues as impressive run of recent successes within this sector. Shrubbery Farm, Tramway Path, Grafton Farmhouse and a Wakefield House have all been won in 2020 alone. We anticipate that Cwellyn Dream will be also joining this elite group. These successes have no doubt inspired others to try the mechanic. Tramway Path have launched their second competition whilst the Wakefield property success has sparked a number of new competitions on the Raffall platform.
Which One To Enter?
There are currently 20 different property competitions open at this current time (August 2020). But which ones to enter? We believe all are genuine in their desire to sell their properties via a prize competition. However if you’ve not entered a house raffle before you might be – and quite rightly – concerned about validity. Our advice is to opt for competitions that are being run by companies such as Raffle House or individuals who have set up websites with their own payment gateways. Whilst we like that people can make use of Raffall we do find it lacks important details with respect to the actual prize. Quite often you don’t know the exact location or details of the property. Consider the details you can get from an estate agent when you might want to buy a property. That’s the kind of level of detail we expect. Experience in the sector is also a massive plus especially when it comes to dealing with customer care direct or via social media.
Find out more about the latest Raffle House competition.