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Our network and in-depth knowledge of the Nigerian property market provide us an advantage in aiding you with property sales and acquisition in areas guaranteed to attract tenants and create a return on investment (ROI) as a property center. For more enquiries, contact us.
Our Sales And Acquisition Process can offer top-notch contractors, lawyers, movers. As well as other service providers as needed during the home selling process.
Our sales and acquisition team can advise on presenting your property for best value, based on market trends & buyer insights.
Certainly! We can carry out a property valuation to determine the accurate price before sale.
Homes can depreciate.
Overall decline in the market, lack of maintenance, location and condition of the home are factors that affect the home’s value.
We will coordinate viewings with buyers & provide feedback within 24 hours. We can accompany viewings via secure key system when you’re unavailable.
We value your privacy & will not share your info with 3rd parties or buyers/sellers without consent.
In Nigeria, dry season is the best time of the year to sell a property.
Sales and acquisition: We can negotiate the price of a house after an offer has been accepted, but only if a thorough check reveals that there are extensive and expensive repairs that need to be done.
Yes, we also offer property renovation services to enhance the value of your properties.
A power of attorney (POA) is a legal document that gives one person (the principal) the authority to allow another person (the agent) to act on their behalf for certain purposes. This can include managing property, signing documents, or receiving rents.
In Nigeria, Land is measured in Hectares (ha), Acres (ac), Square-meters (sq.m) and Feet (ft).
The standard plot size in Lagos state is 60 x 120ft, which is equivalent to 18m x 36m or 648sqm. This is larger than the standard plot size in Nigeria, which is 100 x 50ft.
The following documents are required for a land/property sales and acquisition in Nigeria:
The types of real estate investment include:
We charge 5% of the total price paid for the property.
A Certificate of Occupancy, also known as the C of O, is a document issued by state governments in Nigeria to landowners and property buyers as legitimate proof of ownership. This document also spells out what the land can be used for; residential, commercial, or mixed development.
“Excision in Process” land title: A piece of land that is in the process of being approved by the Governor. It usually has an Excision file number which tells you that the process is registered and underway. This process could take as long as 18 months in some areas.