Congratulations to Mr Kumar and Mrs Sood, the winners of Chancellors Estate Agents latest prize draw! Picked at random from over 1,500 eligible entries, Mr Kumar and Mrs Sood from High Wycombe in Buckinghamshire are the winners of £500 per month for a year to spend at M&S.

Having recently bought a property through Chancellors, Mr Kumar and Mrs Sood entered the prize draw by instructing Chancellors to let another of their properties on a sole agency basis, and a let is now in the process of being agreed on the property.

The winner, Mrs Sood, with Nic Simmonds (Area Manager) and (front right) Ian Thomas, Lettings Manager of the Chancellors High Wycombe office.
The winner, Mrs Sood, with Nic Simmonds (Area Manager) and (front right) Ian Thomas, Lettings Manager of the Chancellors High Wycombe office.

When picking up her prize Mrs Sood commented, “As we’ve recently moved into a new home, I told our children not to expect many exciting Christmas presents. Then my husband received the call from Chancellors! At first he didn’t believe we’d won. I was so shocked to win as I haven’t won anything before. We’re so excited to win such a fantastic prize and can’t wait to spend the vouchers on lots of items for our new home.”

Robert Scott-Lee, Managing Director of The Chancellors Group of Estate Agents, says, “It’s a pleasure to see Mr Kumar and Mrs Sood winning this wonderful prize. The great response to our prize draw confirms the high number of people instructing us to let or sell their property at this time of year. And to win £6,000 worth of M&S vouchers whilst letting their property with us is an added bonus for Mr Kumar and Mrs Sood.”

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