Firm begins Lagos Fairmont Hilltop allocation
Lagos-based real estate firm – Propertymart Real Estate Investment Limited, has begun allocation of land to subscribers in its Fairmont Hilltop Estate, Alagbado, as part of efforts to reduce the housing deficit in the country.
The latest allocation in one of its site and services scheme is targeted at providing comfortable housing away from the bustling city life to a fine country living, which the Fairmont Hilltop presents.
The scheme is located within close proximity to necessary amenities capable of serving the hilltop lifestyle. According to officials of the company, the Fairmont Hilltop gives subscribers the complete experience of a city with security, comfort, and accessibility, as well as a variety of recreational facilities, products and services.
Deputy Managing Director of the company, Abimbola Arasi who spoke at the handing over ceremony, assured subscribers of the company’s resolve to always deliver on its mandate, notwithstanding the economic realities of the country.
According to him, since the company’s inception in 2008, it has continuously pursued the singular objective of advancing people lives through providing affordable housing solutions under a reputable management and board of directors.
He stated further that the company is championing the need to encourage more persons to acquire their own properties at affordable prices under a flexible payment arrangement.
“This also informed the decision of the company to introduce the Fairmont Hilltop Alagbado scheme, which is being offered at amazingly affordable price when compared with the quality of infrastructure being provided,” he said.
Arasi said, the firm’s mission is hinged on the provision of needed infrastructure such as roads, walkways, and recreational facilities in a serene, beautiful and secured living environment. He noted that Propertymart is steadily reversing the country’s housing deficit through novel initiatives and a commitment that resonates with the other member companies under its parent company Palton Morgan Holdings which is based on trust, excellence, and professionalism.
Meanwhile,subscribers of the Fairmont Hilltop estate have commended the developers for the professional and prompt manner their plots of land were allocated to them.
The company’s management was showered with accolades for not reneging on its commitment to commence allocation of plots and infrastructural development on site.
Tunde Salami, urged the company to keep up with the innovative offerings and sustain its standards.
Another subscriber to the estate, Omoti Emmanuel, confessed to being in love with the company’s taste for good architectural design and attention to details.
This, he said, has been a major factor encouraging him to be a serial subscriber to the company’s products and by extension, had become its advocate.
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