This edifice comprise of 3 unit 2 bedroom abode and was delivered to their owners on 29th June 2019 at Perfection Cooperative Estate phase 1, Osoroko, Ibeju Lekki.
Now, the overall plan is to deliver a total of 1000 housing units comprising of Apartments, Bungalows and Terrace Duplexes. As the physical unveiling has taken place, the plan going forward is to deliver housing units every 3 months until the whole 1000 units are fully delivered and taken. We do not just deliver housing units with its aesthetics but also provide affordability to own it. In addition, if you possess the mindset, you can embark on your journey to financial freedom by owning multiple units of Apartments, Bungalows and duplexes, its all a question of first seeing it with the eyes of your mind. With the system and platform we have created, you are no longer limited by finance but a question choosing the most suitable option to own your own house.
His Royal Majesty the Olosoroko of Osoroko in Ibeju Lekki did the cutting of the tape to unveil and Launch the housing scheme Perfection Cooperative Estate 1.
His Royal Majesty the Olosoroko of Osoroko handing over the keys to the first 3 units to Engineer Emmanuel Akpakwu the Chairman of Alliance In Motion Global a major partner to Perfection Real Estate and Titans Empire Builders International.
Owners of the first set of the housing units displays their keys. A big CONGRATULATION to you all.
Additional housing units are upcoming at Perfection Cooperative Estate phase 1, Ibeju Lekki and will be ready for delivery in the next three months
According to Festus Adebayo Ceo – Fesadeb Communications and organizers of Abuja International Housing Show,The housing sector is the bedrock of the economy of most developed nations, an important tool for stimulating growth. Housing construction indices are some of the most common measures used by analysts to gauge economic trends in OECD countries. In more advanced countries like the United States of America, Britain and Canada, the sector contributes between 30 percent and 70 percent of their Gross Domestic Product (GDP). Investment in housing accounts for 15 percent to 35 percent of aggregate investment worldwide and the sector employs approximately 10 percent of labour force worldwide.
However, the housing and construction sector in Nigeria accounts for only about 3 percent of the country’s re-based GDP. The country has an extremely low ratio of credit to GDP, and of the little credit provided by banks, only a fraction of it is for mortgages. Despite the size of the nation’s economy, mortgage debt to GDP is only about 0.5 percent.
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