Micphillan and Atlantic Nigeria has said it plans to deliver 1,000 homes as part of efforts to reducing housing deficit in the country.
A statement on Friday titled ‘Micphillan and Atlantic Nigeria, to deliver 1,000 homes’ said this was part of its contribution to the development of real estate in Nigeria and engender wealth creation.
The statement said the Chief Executive Officer of Micphillan and Atlantic Nigeria, made this disclosure at ‘Nigeria real estate market outlook meeting’, held recently in Lagos.
It said it launched the ‘Micphillan and Atlantic Nigeria’ to help address the 18 million home deficit in the country.
That it would provide Nigerians with an opportunity to own premium, gated, and affordable homes in the heart of Ibeju-Lekki with flexible payment plans, it stated.
He stated that homes were an essential good and the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic had facilitated a reality where more white collar workers and entrepreneurs were spending more time at home.
This had brought about the need to invest in new homes or secure their savings in real estate investments over other financial instruments, he said.
He said that it is working to create home ownership and facilitate real estate investment while preserving the ultra-modern standard of living.
With the rising cost of rents in a cosmopolitan city like Lagos, structured payments had also been created, which would offer maximum customer satisfaction and an unbeatable long-term returns on investment, he said.
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