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Abuja world trade centre gets flexible acquisition plan

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Illustration of the World Trade Centre Abuja residentail tower

Illustration of the World Trade Centre Abuja residentail tower

In a renewed effort to provide more opportunities for individuals and businesses to own piece of the World Trade Centre Abuja, the developer, Churchgate Group, has introduced a flexible acquisition plan to ease the burden associated with payment amidst the prevailing economic climate.

A statement by the company disclosed that interested buyers can now own a property within the WTC Abuja with as little as a 10 per cent deposit while the rest spread over a period of time as agreed by both parties.

Commenting on the new development, the Marketing Manager of World Trade Centre Abuja, Mr. Samrat Banerjee stated that the decision had to be made considering the pressure faced by individuals and businesses at the current economic situation. Banerjee stated further that the decline in crude oil revenue has taken its toll on all business segments including the real estate sector, particularly the devaluation of Naira and the restrictions around foreign currency exchange in Nigeria, thereby supporting a high level of inflation and putting businesses under tremendous pressure.

“We are sensitive to the plights of all our clients, and have introduced a flexible lease and acquisition payment plan to enable as many individuals and businesses that are interested in joining the World Trade Center network to partake” he said.

Also speaking on the development, Assistant General Manager, Corporate Communications, Churchgate Group, Mr. Femi Awopetu noted that the flexible acquisition plan was devised putting the clients in mind. “We want more individuals and businesses to enjoy the benefits of becoming a member of the World Trade Centre Association club”.

“Occupants within the WTC Abuja can connect with members of other World Trade Centers around the globe and enjoy their facilities and services at concessionary rates”, Awopetu added.

The centre is a mixed-use development consisting of luxury residences, AAA offices, five-star hospitality and shopping, is amongst the other high profile real estate developments expected to be completed by 2016.

Phase One of World Trade Centre Abuja consists of a residential tower that will offer luxury apartments with modern amenities and a AAA commercial tower that will accommodate businesses of all sizes.



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