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The Nottingham Building Society (The Nottingham) is tapping into the current selfie craze to help promote its ever growing estate agency arm.

The nation’s ninth largest society, which recently added Ashbourne and Matlock in Derbyshire to its portfolio of estate agencies across eight counties,  is giving someone the chance to win an iPad Mini* by taking a snap close to a Nottingham Estate Agency or Harrison Murray ‘for sale’ sign.

All those participating need to do once they’ve taken the photo (which can be taken next to a ‘for sale’, ‘sold’ or ‘sold subject to contract’ sign) is upload it to their Facebook wall with the hashtag #harrisonmurrayestateagentscomp

Selfie-imageThe Nottingham’s Head of Estate Agency Su Snaith explains: “This is an engaging and fun way of profiling our brand and engaging with people across the country. We are looking forward to Facebook being awash with lots of creative entries.”

As a key part of their offering to customers, The Nottingham offers estate agency services via 36 Nottingham Estate Agency and Harrison Murray branches in Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Northamptonshire, Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Hertfordshire and Derbyshire. Of these, 25 locations are integrated building society and estate agency locations.

*Selfies must be received by 5pm on 7 July. Terms and Conditions apply. These can be found at http://goo.gl/tKeUUZ