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New research reveals holiday home destinations Brits lust after the most

by wrich

New research by online house raffles platform, Cloverhut, has revealed the holiday home destinations Brits lust after the most.

The research, which surveyed hundreds of respondents across the UK, found that the majority [84%] dream of owning a property abroad, with almost half [49%] revealing a home in Spain would be at the top of their wish lists.

More than a third of Brits would ideally like to own a house with a sea view, closely followed by a villa with its own pool, and almost half [49%] of respondents said they consider an overseas property a good investment opportunity.

Other key findings included:

  • Almost half [49%] of Brits believe Brexit will prevent UK nationals from investing in property overseas
  • 44% of respondents said lack of money is the main thing preventing them from purchasing a holiday home overseas
  • Almost half [45%] of respondents said they would feel it was ‘too good to be true’ if they won a holiday home overseas


The research coincides with the official launch of Cloverhut, a digital platform offering UK entrants the opportunity to win their dream holiday home.


With a mission to revolutionise the property market and make homeownership accessible to all through online house raffles, Cloverhut gives participants the chance to own a Spanish holiday home for as little as £2.  


The company has a 100% delivery rate on all its prizes, meaning the winner will always receive the property, rather than the monetary value, and each raffle has a limited range of tickets available to purchase, increasing entrants’ chances of winning. 

Sascha Badelt, managing director of Cloverhut, said: “Given the challenges of the last two years, it’s no surprise that people in the UK have their sights set on a home in the sun but, as our research shows, many feel a property abroad is out of their reach.

“Now, with the launch of Cloverhut, Brits have the potential to turn their dreams into reality from just £2 through our online house raffles.

“Our mission is to consolidate a new alternative in the real estate market. To do so, we simplify the process by putting in place the necessary legal and technical procedures to perform a raffle that will give participants the opportunity to own a home for very little money.”

All Cloverhut raffle draws are streamed live and are held before a notary to ensure they are conducted in a fair manner, granting full consumer protection and transparency. 

For more information visit www.cloverhut.com

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