“Millionhomes Initiative to meet national housing targets”
As Nigeria continues to face housing deficit projected at 16 million to 22 million, Millionhomes, a real estate firm has expressed commitment to help investors tap into the massive investment opportunities in the construction sector.
This, is coming as the firm had disclosed during a virtual Mega Housing Summit 2020 of its readiness to build one million homes by 2041.
Speaking at the summit with a theme, “Affordable, Acceptable & Accessible Housing”, the Chief Executive, Lifepage Group, Mr. Oladipupo Clement said the housing scheme project would help Nigeria meet its housing deficit challenge especially as the recent pandemic continues to expose every sector of the economy.
He said: “We are building One Million Homes by 2041. The Real Estate value chain has several short-term, mid-term, and long-term local and global investment opportunities, which only high net worth individuals (HNIs) can take advantage of; however we are democratizing access to these opportunities.
“House selection and investments without proper knowledge can be a bit risky in recent times. The risks can increase if individuals fall into the wrong hands.
This type of risk has been the most commonly considered risk by investors. Despite this trend, there is still a lot to be gained by investing in landed properties. Investment should be made by individuals; only if one is comfortable owning a property. Investments should not be coercive,” he stated.
Mega Housing Summit is a series of thoughtful sessions designed by Millionhomes to proffer solutions to housing challenges in recent times, saw participants winning prices through raffle draws, grants and to all-expense-paid trip.
As technology continues to drive investments and expertise particularly in the industry, experts during the virtual sessions agreed it has created credible opportunities for developers across the country.
“If you desire to own your own house, or become an investor in landed properties, sign up using the link below www.millionhomesafrica.com.”
Reiterating the importance of diversifying into real estate and leveraging technology, Mr. Opeyemi Oni highlighted that “as technology continues to change, people’s demand also changes. So, we are in the era of a technological and cultural shift, and the real estate sector is witnessing a massive U-turn.
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