LOCATION: Ocean Palm Estate Lekki.(Close to the biggest Shoprite in Lagos).
SIZE: 1500sqm of land Corner piece on both side.
Value : #60m.
Proposals: 2/3 bedroom flats.
Facilitators Fee: 10%
BRiDGE SPONSORSHIP DEAL.
Location: unity estate in badore to link itomu
Title doc: gazette
Length of bridge:8 poles (40 metres)distance
Owo iwoko:20m negotiable
Reward of investor: 300 acres
Facilitator reward:10% of land from investor
#value of land there is 2.5m to 2m per plot while at (unity estate ,badore)is 15m - 20m per plot#The bridge starts from the end of a tarred road in unity estate in badore
#from the end of the tarred road u can see the community
#A toll gate is attached to the bridge where the revenue is divided BTW the community, state govt and the investor
JV OFFER @ AJAH AXIS
10acres with C of O @Badore
Title - C of O
Proposal - housing estate
Value - to conduct joint independent valuation
Premium - to be discussedSerious enquiries to:-
It is a shell building. It has been finished on the outside with windows and painting.All internal partitions and plastering have been completed.I require a Joint Venture partner to complete the internal fittings and painting
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