According to the New York Post, a woman in Alberta, Canada, announced an essay contest earlier this month, requiring you to write an article and pay a registration fee of $25 (about $170) to win her home worth $1.7 million (about $11.54 million).
According to CTVNews, one thing to note is that if someone is willing to pay a reasonable price for the house before the end of January, the essay contest will be cancelled and the money paid by the contestants will be refunded.
Alla Wagner, the homeowner, has lived in a village villa in Millarville since 2011. She likes it. There are ponds near the villa and mountains.
Wagner has some health problems and needs to renovate her house, but she doesnt want to damage the beauty of this 465 square metre Georgian-style building.
Wagner told The Star, I see this house as a work of art.
Shes been trying to sell her house for months, but she says she hasnt received a reasonable offer yet.
She said that if the house was sold, she would donate 5% of her net profit to a womens shelter.
She hopes to receive about 68,000 entries, each limited to 350 words, explaining why she feels she is the best new owner of the house.
Source: Responsible Editor of Cover News: Li Wan_B11284