Indoor Date Inspiration for Valentine’s Day

February 12, 2021

Valentine’s Day. It’s such a fun time, right? Searching for gift ideas, trying to find the perfect place to take babe on a date, trying to figure out what to wear, the best time to go out and come back so you can somehow escape the traffic that’s bound to be abundant that day. Whew.…

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Cheap, Fun Places to Hangout In Lagos

January 22, 2021

  January is almost over! I don’t know if it’s just me, but this January is not January-ing like other Januaries Januaried. And I don’t know which should worry me more – if you understood that, or if you didn’t.   Anywayyyy! It’s a Friday, and there’s only one Friday left till January is over.…

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FIVE (5) THINGS TO LOVE ABOUT LAGOS IN 2020

October 15, 2020

Continuing from where we stopped, Lagos is a stage and you just might be an extra in another person’s drama. You might not have gotten a script but it is certain you have been either an extra, supporting act or the main act in a show. The title of your movie could be “Getting your…

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FIVE (5) THINGS TO LOVE ABOUT LAGOS

October 13, 2020

What’s not to love about Lagos? Yellow buses and constant movement, busy markets and quiet beaches, there are so many things to love about Lagos but let’s talk about five. There’s food at every corner. Street food or fine dining, there’s always food on the streets of Lagos. There’s a mashai kiosk waiting to serve…

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Where Is The Best Place To Live In Lagos

October 13, 2020

Lagos, for many years, has been widely known as the capital of Nigeria before it was moved to Abuja. However, despite the change, lagos has retained its importance as the business and entertainment capital of Nigeria. Therefore, for pleasure and business, Lagos is always alive with activities and teeming with people. Making decisions on the…

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FULLY SERVICED ESTATES: THE MODERN DAY LIVING

September 7, 2020

  When you read an address, sometimes it reads as ‘street’ other times, it reads as ‘estate’. Houses on streets often times, would not have an association or share communal facilities. However, an estate would, most times, have an association, a recreational park, a gym facility, security, religious buildings, a grocery store among other features.…

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HOME HACKS : GENERATOR PLACEMENTS

August 31, 2020

HOME HACKS : GENERATOR PLACEMENTS In Nigeria, if you are not living in a fully serviced estate, you have at least one alternative source of electricity. In most cases, a generator, either petrol powered or diesel powered. Home Hacks: Generator placements Once there is a power outage, to avoid missing out on that important football…

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As offices empty out, home investment looks on with green eyes

May 25, 2020

The future for office commercial space looks increasingly uncertain, as more and more people work from home and some employers consider making it a permanent arrangement — even after the pandemic. Transactions for office leases or sales are already significantly lower this year compared to a similar period in 2019, according to data from real…

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A new way of living?

May 11, 2020

Going forward, property experts are considering whether there will be changes in consumer behavior as a result of the pandemic. The widespread implementation of working from home has made home even more important to lots of people, and there are questions as to whether there will be any longer-term changes. Coronavirus lockdowns in many parts…

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Can’t pay your rent? Here’s what to do

May 11, 2020

Months long battle with the coronavirus made it difficult for Aishat Bello* and her husband to pay their 450,000 naira rent. “I was so sick I could barely walk to the bathroom,” Aishat said. Her husband having been let go from his insurance job, was having a hard time meeting medical and feeding expenses for…

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Landwey Appoints a New Managing Director

It started out like any regular morning, but it quickly escalated as the CEO announced the appointment of Ms Shola Bello as the new Acting Managing Director amidst delighted screams and squeals from the humans of Landwey.   Shola Bello was previously the has 15 years’ management experience in Business Development and Operations, with comprehensive…

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Why we are the RIGHT WEY – Client Testimonial

 There’s nothing quite like getting first-hand testimony, you know? It’s why we ask questions like “where did you get your hair done?” or “Where did you get that shirt?” It’s the assurance that comes with a testimonial – knowing that real people have patronized that business, and you can see first-hand what the experience…

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Indoor Date Inspiration for Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day. It’s such a fun time, right? Searching for gift ideas, trying to find the perfect place to take babe on a date, trying to figure out what to wear, the best time to go out and come back so you can somehow escape the traffic that’s bound to be abundant that day. Whew.…

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3 Ways to Own Real Estate In Nigeria

It’s common knowledge that real estate is the long-lasting kind of investment, and the safest there is, as well. And for this reason, most people want to own real estate in Nigeria. With good reason too, all things considered.   However, real estate is admittedly capital intensive; and this is what poses the biggest barrier…

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Cheap, Fun Places to Hangout In Lagos

  January is almost over! I don’t know if it’s just me, but this January is not January-ing like other Januaries Januaried. And I don’t know which should worry me more – if you understood that, or if you didn’t.   Anywayyyy! It’s a Friday, and there’s only one Friday left till January is over.…

Frontier Estate Reopening : Offering a second chance at your dream real estate.

Frontier Estate Reopening : Offering a second chance at your dream real estate.

Frontier Estate Reopening : Offering a second chance at your dream real estate. If you have ever missed out on a discount offer from your favourite vendor or missed a valuable opportunity, then you know how deeply heartbreaks hurt. Some may argue that opportunities come only once. They may even go as far as implying…

FIVE (5) THINGS TO LOVE ABOUT LAGOS IN 2020

FIVE (5) THINGS TO LOVE ABOUT LAGOS IN 2020

Continuing from where we stopped, Lagos is a stage and you just might be an extra in another person’s drama. You might not have gotten a script but it is certain you have been either an extra, supporting act or the main act in a show. The title of your movie could be “Getting your…

Budget For Your Future

Budget For Your Future

  Before a major party, one would make many different categories of needs such as food, music, security, souvenirs and so on. Next, a decision would be made on the total amount that one is willing to spend and the amount for each category. Without carefully budgeting, one may spend more money than anticipated after…

FIVE (5) THINGS TO LOVE ABOUT LAGOS

FIVE (5) THINGS TO LOVE ABOUT LAGOS

What’s not to love about Lagos? Yellow buses and constant movement, busy markets and quiet beaches, there are so many things to love about Lagos but let’s talk about five. There’s food at every corner. Street food or fine dining, there’s always food on the streets of Lagos. There’s a mashai kiosk waiting to serve…

Where Is The Best Place To Live In Lagos

Where Is The Best Place To Live In Lagos

Lagos, for many years, has been widely known as the capital of Nigeria before it was moved to Abuja. However, despite the change, lagos has retained its importance as the business and entertainment capital of Nigeria. Therefore, for pleasure and business, Lagos is always alive with activities and teeming with people. Making decisions on the…

The Confusing case of Rent versus Lease

The Confusing case of Rent versus Lease

It was common to hear a classmate say “borrow me your pencil” or “I borrowed X my eraser” especially while in primary school. It was a huge task for English teachers to correct the wrong use of borrow and lend. This error still prevails till date. Similarly, a very recurring dilemma is in the use…

What is in your bag of life?

What is in your bag of life?

    I had a teacher who would ask the same question at the end of his class “What is in your bag of life?” It was a rhetorical question that we were expected to ponder on and determine the morals we had imbibed throughout our lives. However, this article is not a query on…

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