Real estate property development in Nigeria has been around for decades and continues to attract huge foreign investments. It is one of the safest and most profitable investments available to serious investors looking for long term or medium term returns and there are additional incentives available such as; capital gains from real estate acquisitions and direct profits coming from sales and rents of real estate properties.
Over the last 10 years, there has been increased funding towards infrastructural development in many towns and cities which has seen real estate values doubling, tripling and quadrupling depending on the area
We aim to bridge the gap between available real estate property owners who are willing to dispose of their asset at the best market deal and prospective buyers
Our business model also include the acquisition these assets, refurbish it and then resell or lease these properties at a very good profit margin
Opportunities in the real estate and property sector in Nigeria
There are many opportunities for investors to take advantage of in Nigeria’s vast real estate market. These cut across economic class, occupation, age, marital status and educational levels.
Nigeria has a vast market for real estate property development – both Commercial and residential real estate opportunities exist in major towns and cities in Nigeria where the large urban population is in urgent need of qualitative housing, particularly in Lagos, Abuja, Port Harcourt, Kano etc.
What We Do?
Profitability of the real estate and property sector in Nigeria
- Nigerians living abroad are constantly looking for opportunities back home in Nigeria to acquire landed properties
- Nigeria has a huge urban population of workers employed in the formal which creates the right environment for property development
- Government is unable to adequately meet the housing needs of Nigerians but has made strong commitments in the past towards this
- Property values in Nigeria historically go up by over 200% every 10 years
- Nigerians residing in towns and cities pay more for housing than most other Africans
- Huge population explosion has always been associated with Nigeria’s urban centers
- Investors are constantly pursuing new opportunities for investments