It’s your last chance to win this awesome London flat for £5

You have until midnight on Wednesday 30th June to enter the latest house raffle competition by with the winner set to scoop either an outstanding London flat valued at £500,000 or a minimum cash prize of more than £128,000!

Winmydreamhome is a trusted raffle house provider with a focus on transparency and an aim to raise as much money as possible for their partnered children’s hospital charity. Entries start from just £5 and all that’s required to enter is for you to answer one simple question.

The Property

Should secure a minimum of 140,000 paid entries, one lucky winner will become the owner of this beautiful brand new London apartment in Kentish Town.

This brand new apartment was built especially for the draw, to allow someone to win their dream apartment. With low running costs this beautiful modern apartment comes with all the mod cons including a fully fitted luxury kitchen and bathroom and its open-plan design and large terrace make it perfect for those summer evenings. It also offers a spacious and light master bedroom, as well as a spare room that can be used as either a home office or another bedroom, the choice is yours. Located just a few minutes walk from both Kentish Town high street and Camden Town, it’s the perfect location for all your needs.

This is a prize you can afford to live in, unlike some other property prizes that would take all your salary just to pay the bills, forcing you to sell the property. Affordable housing is what everyone in London needs, and this will make one lucky winner very happy indeed. You won’t have to worry about the current stamp duty holiday as it’s completely covered either way, with also picking up the legal fees on the winner’s behalf.

Happy where you already are? You could sell the property for £500,000 or even rent it, with an approximate income of £1,500 per month.

Marc Gershon of commented:

“The deadline for our second competition is fast approaching and one lucky winner is either going to walk away with an outstanding London home or a very considerable amount of money. Even if we should fail to sell enough tickets to award the house, the minimum cash prize currently sits at £128,000 and this is only going to grow larger, so someone will be very happy they chucked a fiver in the pot. What’s more, we’re on course to raise a substantial amount for our partner charity which is fantastic news.” FAQs can be found at:

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