Firm allocates plot to over 300 subscribers
Firm allocates plot to over 300 subscribers

Efforts to bridge the country’s housing gap, a real estate investment and construction company, Realtormax International, has allocated landed property to over 300 subscribers.

The project, called Urban Max Asset, is located at Obafemi Owode in Ogun State, a few minutes away from Shagamu Interchange.

Speaking during the allocation of the land, the property developer and Chief Executive Officer of Realtormax International, Dr Micheal Adeniran, stated that when the firm launched the project about three months ago, it promised a lot of people about the development that was coming into it.

He stated the company had done a massive development on the project, which had increased the value of subscribers’ property.

“So, if we develop the property the value will increase. And if we also give you the right documentation, the value will increase,” he noted.

The developer stated that the property was government-approved and had all the necessary documentation.

“These lands are government-approved because we have all the necessary documents already intact. So, we don’t have documentation issues. Every document you might think of is already available on these projects,” he said.

The property developer hinted that what made the firm different from other real estate firms was the values it carries.

He declared, “We want to deliver this project at the highest industry standard. We are not compromising regardless of the challenges we might be facing as far as the construction and project development industry or real estate is concerned.

“We focus on excellence and giving the best to our people. That is one. Number two is execution. Whatever we have promised people that we are going to do on our project, this we do. We are not the ones that promise and after you subscribe, we disappear.”Experts have estimated the

country’s housing deficit to be around 28 million.

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