Everyone enjoys speculating about what they would spend their hypothetical lotto winnings on. Of course, deep down, we all know that our chances of winning the lottery are slim to none. In fact, there are 49! / (6!*(49-6)!) combinations of numbers (trust me)that could possibly be drawn, giving you a one in 14 million chance of collecting the winnings.
A much more realistic way of accumulating a significant sum of money is by using an online estate agent. The savings offered are up to a 90% reduction when compared to what one would expect to pay at a high street estate agent.
If you were to sell a £350,000 house, some estate agents in London would charge £7,000. We charge £450.
To put these savings into context, here’s a list of 10 things that you could treat your family, or your better half to if you choose to sell online:
Valentine’s Day Dinner for two at the Ritz Hotel, London – priced at £195 per person and includes a glass of Rosé Champagne, a four-course meal, tea and coffee, dancing and entertainment.
7 nights at The Bellagio, Las Vegas (flights inc) – £1,415 for 2 guests
Glastonbury Festival – Tickets cost £210 + £5 booking fee per person
13-inch Apple MacBook Pro with Retina Display – £1,099.00
Black Luxury Suit- by Vivienne Westwood – £710.00
iPhone 5s – starting from £549
World Cup Final Ticket (Category 1 seating. Brazil 2014) – £600
Samsung UE42F5000AKXXU 42-inch Widescreen Full HD 1080p Slim LED TV – £379.95
Chesterfield 4 Seater Settee Leather Sofa– £958
TIP – and as an added bonus, from the amount you can save through eMoov, the vendor can have much greater flexibility and leverage with the listing price of their property as they will not be losing money by doing so.
*Average Estate Agent Fee – 1.6%of your property’s value (source: OFT) (+vat). Estate Agent fees can vary. You will typically pay anything from £2,000 upwards.