In order to outpace the growing housing deficit in Lagos State, the management of Dukiya Investments has recently launched its two most anticipated real estate projects, Cabanas and Ontario in the fast-growing city of Epe in a recent funfair and allocation ceremony at the sites of the projects.
The launch which met excitement from the customers had in attendance real estate moguls across the country, building experts and notable land surveyors to assess the worthiness of the projects.
Addressing clients and the visitors at the event, the co-founder and head of strategy and growth of the firm, Mr Bayo Lawal said, “Buying into Cabanas and Ontario is one of the most profitable investments anyone can make in Lagos right now, there is a massive amount of development going on in Epe that will bring the prices of these projects more than quadruple in just a couple of years.
“You have seen for yourself, we have again exhibited the mantra of our company as saying less and doing more. We promised perimeter fencing but here it is today, we have constructed estate gates in the two projects and made their roads easily accessible for the habitants and owners of properties here.
“The expectation of the clients was met and exceeded by a long mile,” Lawal added.
While fielding questions on the Return on Investments and the legality of the documents of the properties acquired, the co-founder and head of business development of the company, Lukman Shobowale said, “Yes, all our properties are registered with the proper necessary documentation. In fact, when you buy properties with us at Dukiya, you are shielded from any form of litigation.
“We do not leave our customers and prospects to suffer unjustly while obtaining documents with the regulated real estate bodies. We lessen their burdens by acquiring the documents and making them available to them at ‘pocket-friendly prices’
The real estate expert reiterated that the ROI on the properties in Epe can be estimated to be more than 500-1000 per cent increased in the next five years as envisaged by the Lagos State government.
“If you don’t have a property in Epe presently then you should get one, if you have one already, then you should get more,” Shobowale advised.
Expressing delight after the presentation of the documents of their properties, one of the customers who doubles as a lawyer, and craved anonymity said, “Truly, Dukiya is talk and do. I carefully went through all the documents to be sure that I was running foul of the land acts of Lagos State but I’m impressed that it did not go otherwise. I’m so happy. And would buy more if I have more money.
Another customer, Mrs Olusoji Adeoti asserted that her expectations were met owing to the fact that she has met a lumpsum of development in about two months since she bought a 600 square meters in Cabanas estate, adding, “Although the land was bought for my two-year-old son.
“It’s a good thing to invest here. I’m elated and I can’t hide my joy that I am getting value for my money,” the young mother stressed.
Meanwhile, special packages which included property documents, gifts and refreshments were presented to the subscribers and visitors of the estates.