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Couple to give away their £1.5m house in Sussex countryside in raffle
People have the chance to win a £1.5 million house in a raffle supporting charities.
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independent.ie
‘When I was told I’d won I thought it was spam’: How to sell your home in a raffle
A chance of a mortgage-free life for €6 sounds like an opportunity too good to pass up. It’s what a number of homeowners are banking on as they consider bypassing the traditional property market and putting their houses up for raffle instead.
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independent.ie
‘When I was told I’d won I thought it was spam’: How to sell your home in a raffle
A chance of a mortgage-free life for €6 sounds like an opportunity too good to pass up. It’s what a number of homeowners are banking on as they consider bypassing the traditional property market and putting their houses up for raffle instead.
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Irish Mirror
One-bed Dublin apartment being raffled off and tickets are just €6
The owner decided a raffle would be a great way to sell her apartment while giving someone else the chance to live mortgage free
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SundayWorld.com
Woman to raffle off Dublin city centre apartment for just €6 a ticket
One woman is raffling off her Dublin city apartment – and the lucky winner could bag it for less than a tenner.
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HullLive
Beverley woman raffles off stunning Dublin apartment and tickets are just £5
'I wanted to give others the chance to get on the housing ladder and live mortgage-free for £5'
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mayonews.ie
You could own this Dublin apartment for just €6 - and there's no catch!
A Dublin homeowner is raffling the apartment she has lived in for 17 years for just six euro. Karen Sugden, who is planning a move to France in the new year,decided to list her one-bed apartment on the UK raffle platform, Raffall, to give someone a chance to buy a mortgage-free home.&nbs...
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limerickleader.ie
You could own this Dublin apartment for just €6 - and there's no catch!
A Dublin homeowner is raffling the apartment she has lived in for 17 years for just six euro. Karen Sugden, who is planning a move to France in the new year,decided to list her one-bed apartment on the UK raffle platform, Raffall, to give someone a chance to buy a mortgage-free home.&nbs...
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Irish Mirror
A 'stylish' house in Limerick is being raffled off with tickets costing €5.25
The house features include a living room, kitchen, gym, office, utility room, three bedrooms, a pergola, tiki hut and custom artwork
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