10 UNITS OF 3 BEDROOM APARTMENT ALL EN SUITE FOR LEASE.
WATER TREATMENT PLANT
SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT
UNDERGROUND DIESEL TANK
LIFT (2 NO)
FIRE FIGHTING SYSTEM ON EACH FLOORS LOBBY
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Top 10 Safest Cities to Visit in Nigeria
From massive kidnapping to violent crimes in some parts of Nigeria, plus other crime activities cropping up in other cities, it is enough for anyone to make a decision not to visit the weird country to any further extent. However, while many people are thinking Nigeria to be the worst country to visit, the country is actually becoming safer with thousands of tourists and visitors visiting every year.
There are some cities in Nigeria which are really safe to visit due to high security measures provided by the state governments. We chose these cities based on these factors; no religious crisis, no violent crime or kidnapping, low level of aggravated assaults and robberies. The residents are practically comfortable, great infrastructures and well-developed buildings and roads, low crime rates and economic stability.
Here are the 10 safest cities to visit in Nigeria;(more…)
Did you know that in July 2014, a Record High of 49.3% of Lending Was to Investors?
That’s Worth $$$BILLIONS of Real Estate!
Now that you do know – what are you going to do to make sure you get a piece of that action? How will YOU stand out from the crowd and become noticed by, and attractive to, Real Estate Investors?
We all know that an Agent’s bread and butter is getting Listings – and selling those properties. So what’s the common denominator that you need to focus on to get paid? It’s not property – it’s people! You need to find the right people; the people who are ready to sell or ready to buy. You need to build great relationships with them so that they trust YOU to sell their property. And you need to stand out from other Agents to gain that listing.
Just one more sale a year could fund an overseas holiday for a Real Estate Agent!
When making the decision either to rent or buy a place to live, there are two broad categories of factors that must be considered. The first and most obvious category represents the financial aspects of your decision. The second category is a set of personal and emotional factors, which are more intangible but play an important role in the decision to rent or buy. Here, we look at the financial factors, including the initial and ongoing costs as well as the long-term pros and cons of owning your home.(more…)