A £5 raffle ticket could win you a £315k house in West Midlands

Thousands of people are being offered the chance to win a three-bedroom house in the West Midlands

The bungalow in Halesowen, which is worth around £315,000, is being raffled off by company RaffleMyHouse.

Company director Raj Roma confirmed that the draw, which will be pre-recorded and aired on Sky channel 198, will take place once RaffleMyHouse achieve 325,000 entries.

He told the Birmingham Maill: “The way things are going, there will be a house given away.

“We want a winner no matter what their background, but it would be particularly great if it went to someone that might not otherwise have the opportunity to own one.”

Last month, a buy-to-let landlord failed in his attempt to raffle off a three-bedroom house in the Leicestershire town of Wigston which is worth in the region of £145,000.

The landlord, Amit Sehgal, would only hold the draw if he sold 60,000 raffle tickets at £5 each, which would have raised £300,000 – more than the value of the property.


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