Guess the right number, win a free condo in Cambridge

News Mar 29, 2016 by Richard Vivian Cambridge Times

CAMBRIDGE – A one-bedroom condo in The Grand tower along Water Street North could be yours, without costing a cent.

Dubbed “Crack the Code”, a contest will be held this Saturday (April 2) that could see someone claim the keys to a unit with a value of at least $234,900.

 “Everyone’s dream is to live mortgage-free,” said James Benson, real estate broker. “And for someone to live on the water, that’s something that’s always been reserved for the very, very rich – yet people can do it right here in Cambridge.”

At one-in-10-million, the chances of winning the condo unit are better than taking home the grand prize for the Lotto Max (one in-28.6-million) and Lotto 6/49 (one-in-14-million), and you don’t even need to buy a ticket.

Instead, wanting-prize winners need to show up at The Grand sales office (150 Water St. N.) between noon and 5 p.m., and enter a seven-digit pin code of their choosing.

“If that pin matches the secret pin number, they win a condo free and clear, no mortgage,” explained Benson.

Several iPads will be set up for people to enter their pin guesses, along with their name and contact information.

“If that unit that we have to give away gets sold, we’re going to give away an even more expensive unit,” said Benson. “(The prize) will never get smaller, it will only get bigger.”

The Grand is a 12-storey condominium being constructed north of Park Hill Road, along the Grand River in Galt. It is the second of two towers there from Haastown Group of Companies, with another building of about the same size planned just south of that spot by the owners of the Cambridge Mill.

“Most of the units are ready (for people to move in),” Benson said of The Grand’s status.

For a full list of Crack the Code contest rules, visit thegrandcondos.ca.

Guess the right number, win a free condo in Cambridge

News Mar 29, 2016 by Richard Vivian Cambridge Times

CAMBRIDGE – A one-bedroom condo in The Grand tower along Water Street North could be yours, without costing a cent.

Dubbed “Crack the Code”, a contest will be held this Saturday (April 2) that could see someone claim the keys to a unit with a value of at least $234,900.

 “Everyone’s dream is to live mortgage-free,” said James Benson, real estate broker. “And for someone to live on the water, that’s something that’s always been reserved for the very, very rich – yet people can do it right here in Cambridge.”

At one-in-10-million, the chances of winning the condo unit are better than taking home the grand prize for the Lotto Max (one in-28.6-million) and Lotto 6/49 (one-in-14-million), and you don’t even need to buy a ticket.

Instead, wanting-prize winners need to show up at The Grand sales office (150 Water St. N.) between noon and 5 p.m., and enter a seven-digit pin code of their choosing.

“If that pin matches the secret pin number, they win a condo free and clear, no mortgage,” explained Benson.

Several iPads will be set up for people to enter their pin guesses, along with their name and contact information.

“If that unit that we have to give away gets sold, we’re going to give away an even more expensive unit,” said Benson. “(The prize) will never get smaller, it will only get bigger.”

The Grand is a 12-storey condominium being constructed north of Park Hill Road, along the Grand River in Galt. It is the second of two towers there from Haastown Group of Companies, with another building of about the same size planned just south of that spot by the owners of the Cambridge Mill.

“Most of the units are ready (for people to move in),” Benson said of The Grand’s status.

For a full list of Crack the Code contest rules, visit thegrandcondos.ca.

Guess the right number, win a free condo in Cambridge

News Mar 29, 2016 by Richard Vivian Cambridge Times

CAMBRIDGE – A one-bedroom condo in The Grand tower along Water Street North could be yours, without costing a cent.

Dubbed “Crack the Code”, a contest will be held this Saturday (April 2) that could see someone claim the keys to a unit with a value of at least $234,900.

 “Everyone’s dream is to live mortgage-free,” said James Benson, real estate broker. “And for someone to live on the water, that’s something that’s always been reserved for the very, very rich – yet people can do it right here in Cambridge.”

At one-in-10-million, the chances of winning the condo unit are better than taking home the grand prize for the Lotto Max (one in-28.6-million) and Lotto 6/49 (one-in-14-million), and you don’t even need to buy a ticket.

Instead, wanting-prize winners need to show up at The Grand sales office (150 Water St. N.) between noon and 5 p.m., and enter a seven-digit pin code of their choosing.

“If that pin matches the secret pin number, they win a condo free and clear, no mortgage,” explained Benson.

Several iPads will be set up for people to enter their pin guesses, along with their name and contact information.

“If that unit that we have to give away gets sold, we’re going to give away an even more expensive unit,” said Benson. “(The prize) will never get smaller, it will only get bigger.”

The Grand is a 12-storey condominium being constructed north of Park Hill Road, along the Grand River in Galt. It is the second of two towers there from Haastown Group of Companies, with another building of about the same size planned just south of that spot by the owners of the Cambridge Mill.

“Most of the units are ready (for people to move in),” Benson said of The Grand’s status.

For a full list of Crack the Code contest rules, visit thegrandcondos.ca.