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Woodbury Terrace Sold Out

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We are proud to announce that our recent project, Woodbury Terrace, located in Farmville Estate, Lekki- Epe Expressway, Lekki, Lagos has now sold out.

Woodbury Terrace comprises of four houses and all come with 4 bedrooms, 4 ensuite bathrooms, 2 Living rooms and a fully integrated kitchen. This prestige development is strategically located off Lekki-Epe Expressway in the vicinity of Lagos Business School, and within 30 minutes of Lekki Free Trade Zone, and the currently under-construction air and sea ports of the proposed Lagos mega city.

The project was completed to the highest of taste and delivered to our happy clients as scheduled. See gallery images below.

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Lagos Seals Properties Without Building Permit

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As part of measures towards restoring sanity and safety in the built environment in Lagos State, the State’s Building Control Agency (LASBCA) has embarked on massive clampdown on property owners without building permits.

The four-day exercise, which started last week in collaboration with the Ministry of Physical Planning and Urban Development began in Eti-Osa Local council of the state after the expiration of a month deadline of notice issued to developers and land-owners to obtain necessary building permits from relevant government agencies.

LASBCA General Manager, Dotun Lasoju who led the team with a back up of the Nigerian Police force, said the exercise is necessary to enforce the law on estates in the state.

He said that the issue of safety of buildings and the citizens can no longer be compromised, lamenting that some of the estates have prevented officers of the state building control agencies from carrying out the lawful duties.

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Nigeria FG Targets Single-digit Mortgage Rates

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THE Federal Government is targeting the provision of mortgages at single digit interest rates and long tenor as it plans to unveil a new housing finance initiative.

Minister of Finance, Kemi Adeosun, revealed this at the recently concluded 32nd Annual Conference and General Meeting of the African Union for Housing Finance (AUHF) in Abuja. She said the initia­tive to finance housing projects is aimed at the construction of over 300,000 affordable houses through mortgage fi­nancing and creation of 700,000 new jobs across the housing development value chain.

The minister explained that govern­ment was also contem­plating putting in place foreclosure law and that would expedite legal processes for dispute resolution that is needed to support the de­velopment and growth of mortgage institutions in the country.

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