Only Direct agent or investor should call2,000 acres of land at sangotedo off monastery road behind new Shoprite Ajah valued @ 60 billion.
investor/investors to Bear the cost of title perfection, construction and all facilitators.
Open to estate and other multi purpose proposal. Survey and every other documents available upon request.
Facilitators fee is 5%.
It can be subdivided into parts allowing many investors to participate.
Only Direct agent or investor should callLOCATION: 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%
Only Direct agent or investor should callSize: 2.5 acres
Land on Farm bus at Ogombo,Behind Golden Park Estate, Ajah.
Title : C of O and Governor Consent
Facilitator fee: 10%.
Only Direct agent or investor should callPlot of land for jv behind bethel church ajah.
Value : n15m.
Title : c of o. Proposal. 2 wings detached house. Snaring formula. 50/50%.
Facilitator fee : 10%. Net
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