Instant Haven Ltd. asks "Do Online Win a House Competitions Really Work?"

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2008 was the year of online competitions which didn't work. 2009 is the year of Instant Haven Ltd. set it up after taking extensive legal advice, and this meticulous attitude has paid off by generating consumer confidence - and sales. So it seems that this particular on line competition is working. Perhaps that is also because it addresses some key issues for home owners and home buyers in today's economic climate - or perhaps it is because the prize for the first competition is a 3 bedroom house in Hampstead, London, worth £699,950, while the competition entry fee is only £3.00.

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We talk to ordinary people, find out what they think, and take what they want on board. This is an online competition with a human touch.

Instant Haven Ltd. is quietly doing its bit to revitalise the economy. As we all know, it is difficult for people to sell their homes right now, and often they cannot get the full market value for them. Mortgages are more difficult to get than they used to be, so many people are being denied the hope of owning their own property. This win a house competition tackles these problems in a new way, because for one home owner in each competition, the situation could be very different. "In every competition on, the home owner who has put their home up as the prize is in with a chance of getting the price they want for their home. Instant Haven Ltd. does not charge home owners for this service (unlike our competitors, who do). And of course a prize winner wins the property outright - no mortgage, no stamp duty, and legal fees paid up to a reasonable limit," said Anjali Paul, the creator and CEO of Instant Haven Ltd. "We talk to ordinary people, find out what they think, and take what they want on board. This is an online competition with a human touch."

That is not the only difference between the competition and the others. This competition was set up after incorporating extensive legal advice from lawyers who specialise in this field. Anjali Paul continued "Many other sites on the internet do not appear to have taken the legalities into consideration. Some pay lip service to them but clearly have not actually taken the trouble to hire lawyers, and that has serious repercussions for the consumer. At we care about people. Owning a house is a dream for many, and one that the company aims to fulfil for a few, at least."

The idea is to hold new competitions on regularly, each one with a different property as a prize. The prize for the first on line competition on is a 3 bedroom house in Hampstead, London, worth £699,950. It is an artisan's cottage which has been lovingly modernised, so it has all the mod cons. Find out more about this property by clicking here: The Prize Property.

The rules of the online competition are simple. People pay £3.00 to enter a competition to answer three questions. If they answer all three questions correctly, they will be entered into a prize draw. And when the draw is held one person will win the prize property. "It is a great idea - especially in this credit crunch. A home owner gets the price they want for their property, and someone wins a property for £3.00! And just about everyone can afford to pay £3.00!" So said Anjali Paul, who set up this business. To find out more about her, please click here.
To enter the competition to win a house for £3.00, visit .


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