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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Mastering the art of virtual listing presentations

May 8, 2020

Doesn’t it just feel like literally overnight that the real estate business as we knew it changed? The COVID-19 pandemic has challenged the way we do business and forced real estate agents around the country to change and adapt new strategies. Not so surprising my however, real estate markets in some specific niches are still…

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It’s more than smart homes, now it’s smart mirrors

May 5, 2020

  Mirror mirror on the wall, who’s the smartest of them all? Yes it’s a battle of smarts now, not just who the fairest is. Smart mirrors are a relatively new trend that takes reflectivity in the bathroom to the next level. Designed with perfect illumination in mind, they add extra luxury to the bathroom.…

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So, no home Elon Musk?😳😳😳

May 5, 2020

While some people are trying to catch up to their home ownership dreams, and working hard at it, others are running right in the opposite direction. One of such folks being Elon Musk. Recently he came out to make quite a puzzling announcement to the effect that, he will own no home and is about…

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Money anxiety keeping you up at night? Here’s how you can ensure you get a good shut eye

May 5, 2020

  Who isn’t worried or anxious about money? Almost everyone at varying levels is. Bills, unemployment, economic woes,businesses crumbling, the recession, it’s a lot to grapple with. The general uncertainty and job and business loss are driving financial stress,” and the average family even has it seemingly worse, seeing that they have come into the…

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Strategies To Weather Economic Downturns in Lagos

May 5, 2020

  The streets of Lagos are now up and running for the most part, thanks to the ease of the lockdown that head held sway for over 3 weeks. Though it’s a far cry from a complete return to normal, certain businesses can now make a guarded, slow return to the market place, gradually building…

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Lets Break The Chain in Real Estate

Lets Break The Chain in Real Estate

LET’S BREAK THE MYTH CHAIN, SHALL WE? Did you know that women can disappear? Ermm…nah… That’s a myth…Maybe a real myth, or maybe just cooked up. Whatever the case, misinformation sucks, and when it comes to the process of buying land, it can make the process of buying land very arduous and rigorous. Some would…

Properties in Lagos: 5 Lucrative Locations to consider

Properties in Lagos: 5 Lucrative Locations to consider

Acquiring properties in Lagos is arguably one of the major yearnings of Lagos state residents. Even those who do not live in Lagos wants a piece of the cake. While desiring to own a land or property is one thing, taking steps to actualize that dream is another.   What to consider A good knowledge…

Business and Chess: Business strategies from chess

Business and Chess: Business strategies from chess

Sometimes in a game of chess and in business the world, we may not be sure of which direction to go.  Chess is surely a game to learn when navigating the harsh terrains of the business environment. A business may not offer the luxury of playing repeatedly, cues from chess however largely applies to business. Chess:…

WAYS TO INVEST IN YOURSELF THIS 2018.

WAYS TO INVEST IN YOURSELF THIS 2018.

Invest in yourself. It’s the 23rd day of 2018, how can this year be better than the previous years. Do these things and be sure you’d be grateful you did at the end of the year. Set smart goals with a deadline for each: Invest time and energy in your creativity, it reduces as one…

Land Use Act, Excision and Gazette: What you need to know

Land Use Act, Excision and Gazette: What you need to know

 The Land Use Act In March 1978, the land use act was promulgated. Prior to this time, traditional families and communities maintained absolute control over large portions of real estate. The land is either dedicated for personal use or leased out for other agricultural purposes. The Governor of a state became the custodian of all…

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