Time is running out to win a luxury holiday courtesy of Harborough and Lutterworth estate agents Harrison Murray and the Nottingham Estate Agency.
With spring a traditional time to move house – getting ahead of the game and putting your property on the market now could win you a luxury holiday.
Dozens of Harrison Murray and Nottingham Estate Agency customers are already in the running for the prize of £2,000 worth of Thomas Cook holiday vouchers by having selected their local branch to sell and market their home.
And there is just a short time left for other customers to be in with a chance as the deadline for the offer of Friday, February 28 is very fast approaching.
Home-owners instructing Harrison Murray or the Nottingham Estate Agency from now until the deadline will be entered into a prize draw to win a holiday of their choice, with £2,000 vouchers to spend on anything from a luxury skiing trip, a beach getaway or a summer family break.
The firm’s head of estate agency Su Snaith said: “Many people looking to move home are often faced with a choice of either hanging on to their cash to pay for the move or spending it on a holiday. Often it’s the holiday that takes the back seat.
“This promotion is a win, win situation.
“Someone is going to win these fabulous holiday vouchers and to be in with a chance, they only have to instruct Harrison Murray or the Nottingham Estate Agency.
“If you are choosing between agents, it really is a no-brainer – pick the one that could lead to a £2,000 holiday.”
Entry is in branches only, with two branches in the Harborough district: at Harborough’s Harrison Murray agency based at 45 High Street and Lutterworth’s office at 6 Church Street.
Winners will be announced shortly after the closing date.
Harrison Murray was acquired by the Nottingham Building Society in January 2013.
Established in 1849, the Nottingham Building Society is now the ninth largest building society in the UK with over 220,000 members and assets of £2.7billion.
Story by Alex Blackwell
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