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House raffle sees first-time buyer win a home for £2 – should you trust property raffles?

House raffle sees first-time buyer win a home for £2 – should you trust property raffles?

Successful property raffle ends with a first-time buyer getting a house - but how often do these competitions get people on the property ladder?

House raffle ads found to be ‘misleading’

House raffle ads found to be ‘misleading’

Find out why the Advertising Standards Agency has ruled against Raffle House after receiving three complaints about the company's advertising

Which? calls for greater regulation as another house raffle fails to give away a property

Which? calls for greater regulation as another house raffle fails to give away a property

As Raffle House makes £200,000 and keeps the property that should have been won, Which? says more should be done to protect entrants in housing competitions.

London house raffle finally closes one year on: will anyone win the property?

London house raffle finally closes one year on: will anyone win the property?

The Raffle House competition to win a flat in Brixton worth £650,000 ended on Sunday, but no one knows yet whether the lucky winner will get the property

Popular London house raffle gets delayed for a second time – is it worth entering?

Popular London house raffle gets delayed for a second time – is it worth entering?

We look at whether it's worth entering a raffle to win a house, and what tricky terms you should watch out for

London house raffle deadline extended: is entering worth it?

London house raffle deadline extended: is entering worth it?

A new raffle competition to win a house in London has failed to sell enough tickets to announce a winner – we explain whether house raffles are still worth trying.

Could you buy a £650,000 home for a fiver?

Could you buy a £650,000 home for a fiver?

Which assesses the trend of raffling properties, including details of those that have been shut down by the Gambling Commission for not adhering to rules.

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