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Some proceeds go toward Holy Cross School

Some proceeds go toward Holy Cross School


Yes, only $10 Belize Dollars!!! ($5 US)

Can make you the lucky and proud owner/winner of this 60ft. of main road front by 80ft. deep, commercial and/or residential lot, that is located about 2 miles south of San Pedro Town center. In the New Marina Area. All government and property tax, plus ALL Title Transfer fees, associated costs and expenses will be pay in full from the proceeds of this fundraiser. And 50% of the balance will be donate to the Holy Cross Anglican School. 

Please note that any and all extra expenses by a winner from outside Ambergris Caye will be the sole responsibility of the winner.

A recent property appraisal shows the actual value at BZ$95.955.00 (ninety five thousand plus). Accordingly, the total amount of tickets has been reduced to 9,500 tickets, instead of the previous amount of 10,000 tickets.

If you are reading this either for interests on owning a piece of Belize real estate property or are just given out of your heart to assist with the development of the Holy Cross Anglican School and decide to purchase tickets, …You are a Winner to us! Our Congratulations!, and We thank you for your support. For those of you that are just given out of your heart to support the school there are options available if you win and do not want the lot. You could either:
-Donate the lot to the school for a second raffle.
-Sale the lot. A $20,000 BZ dollars had already been offered for such a case. If anyone has a bigger offer please contact us.
-Can do a public auction. Negotiations are ongoing with a licensed Belize auctioneer to be available in case that the winner wish to auction it on the spot or at a later time.

The raffle drawing date will be not later than December, 2009, or as soon as all tickets be sold (9,500). While we are very optimistic that the tickets will not last more than 60 days, we are extending the date to make sure that this is a win-win-win situation for all parties involved.

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