I discovered Val de Vie Estate in the Paarl – Franschhoek Valley with its jaw-dropping mountain views and I immediately knew that this is where I wanted to live.
(PRWEB) August 24, 2015
123Property is pleased to announce that the owner of a beautiful villa in Cape Town, South Africa has decided to sell her villa in a very special way, as she is raffling the Villa and donating the outstanding surplus from the raffle to ‘Little Fighters Cancer Trust‘ in Cape Town.
Little Fighters Cancer Trust is a charity which provides care for children with cancer in South Africa, and everyday, they work tirelessly to gather funds to improve the little cancer fighters' lives, and in some cases, to assist them in the quality of their lives to a dignified end.
The property is going to be awarded via a raffle entry. Each entry is 119 euros (approximately $133 USD) with no more than 9,999 entries being allowed.
The concept is simple: an owner of a property can organize the raffling of their luxury villa within the legal framework provided for in Austria under the auspices of a notary. Many individual owners do not have the knowledge or means to reach a broad enough market to ensure that they move the 9,999 capped amount of tickets that will be made available. That is why it is vital that they appoint a premium promotions company to attend to the full promotion and driving of large volumes of quality traffic to their villa’s website.
This raffle is being overseen and approved by a notary, Christa Kohl-Rupp, of Austria.
Once all of the 9,999 tickets have be reserved and paid for, she will announce the draw date, which will take place in a public place in Austria and she will follow the draw procedure to announce the lucky winner of the villa, which will be fully furnished for them, and other promotional prizes.
In addition to the villa, the winner will receive two return flights to Cape Town and an all-inclusive stay for 7 days together with a tour guide to view the Cape and the Winelands, as well at the property. They also have a bonus option of a 3-day safari (based upon the winner allowing for their likeness to be used in future promotions).
The owner of the villa, a dog breeder identified only as Kerstin, says of the reason she's selling the property: "Due to my commitment with breeding and the showing of my dogs, I unfortunately have to make a logistical move, and therefore, my beautiful home is now available."