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Live for Free in Liverpool – Competition with prize of £100,000 flat – Win a fully furnished, brand new £100k studio in The Residence at Colonial Chambers, Temple Street, Commercial District, Liverpool for free; surprisingly there are no catches to the competition.

Win a fully furnished, brand new £100,000 studio flat in Liverpool for free; surprisingly there are no catches to the competition

 

A property developer has launched a competition with a prize of a £100,000 ($133,000, €112,000 or درهم488,000) studio flat in the centre of Liverpool “free and forever.”

 

Situated in a 94 apartment, six-storey building named Colonial Chambers on the city’s Temple Street, the apartment offered is due to be completed in February 2018. The “affordable luxury” building itself is being marketed as coming with a two year rental investment guarantee of 8% net yield.

 

Of the competition Roy Ledgister, chairman of the firm developing the building, Ultimate Homes, told The Liverpool Echo:

 

“We’ve agreed to donate one of the studio apartments, free of charge, to the general public. Just fill in the free online entry form and keep your fingers crossed.”

 

“We’re delighted to be able to give something away in the city. We hope the apartment is an attractive proposition, seeing as how it’s in a really desirable part of Liverpool and also comes fully furnished.”

 

“It’d prove a good flat for a student or young professional in particular, or the lucky winner may want to rent it out and benefit from the rental income.”

 

“Hopefully it’ll make a real difference to the person who ultimately receives it, as we appreciated how hard it is for buyers to purchase property outright in the current climate.”

 

To be in with a chance to win, click here. Entrants are required to submit their name, age, mobile number and email address and must be over 18 years old. A winner will be chosen at random early next year.

 

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7 COMMENTS

  1. As a property professional, I salute the clever idea by the developer. What a way to generate publicity and having looked at the plans, it seems like a very well executed scheme offering a very good rental yield.

  2. Didn’t the slave boats arrive in Liverpool and didn’t the boats go from there to Down here Down Under??????????? About says it all mates!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! No rudy thanks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! You can keep it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Wrecking ball required before the building is even complete!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Knock the s**t out of it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Boom!!!!!!!!!! Bang!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Boom!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • When slavery was abolished the majority of the reparations where paid to residents of London. You’d hardly know of part that London’s played in the slave trade.

  3. So much negativity — Liverpool is now a really cool city. The Duke of Westminster’s Grosvenor has regenerated the centre. Brilliant work!

  4. Pokey rat hole of a place but maybe worth it for nothing and can always flog it off and put money in the bank. The Duck could always do with a handout and it’s better odds than most lotteries. I won’t hold my breathe at getting it but it would surely pay for a few beers down at my local pond aka watering hole.

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