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Our Site Descriptions and Contact Persons

Below are easy descriptions of our sites in order to help you and also the contact persons you should reach out to whenever you want to visit any of our sites.

  • ILAND PROPERTIES, IBEJU-LEKKI

LOCATED INSIDE BEECHWOOD ESTATE, IBEJU-LEKKI (SHAPATTI); MAJOR LANDMARKS ARE ETI OSA LGA, SANGOTEDO SHOPRITE, MAYFAIR GARDENS, OMU RESORTS, LAKOWE GOLF ⛳ COURSE AND LAKES.

  • VIP GARDENS, BOYSTOWN, IPAJA:

FROM ALIMOSHO DRIVE STRAIGHT DOWN IPAJA AND ALIGHT AT P&T BUS STOP THEN CROSS OVER TO THE OTHER SIDE OF THE ROAD AND GO IN THROUGH THE THE BLACK GATE. VIP GARDENS IS THERE

  • VIP GARDENS, SATELLITE TOWN, FESTAC

FROM IYANA-IBA TAKE A BUS GOING TO MILE 2 AND ALIGHT AT ABULE-ADO OR ILE-EPO AND BOARD A BIKE TO END OF PETER INEMESI NEW SITE

  • VIP GARDENS, LAKOWE

FROM AJAH TAKE A BUS TO (LAKOWE – GOLF). ALIGHT AT THE TOTAL FILLING STATION, DRIVE TOWARDS THE GOLF  ESTATE GATE THROUGH KISHA ROAD. PASS WILL BE REQUIRED AT THE ESTATE GATE.

LANDMARK – AJAH FLYOVER BRIDGE, LAGOS BUSINESS SCHOOL, SANGOTEDO SHOPRITE,

  • VIP GARDENS, BEECHWOOD, IBEJU-LEKKI

FROM AJAH TAKE A BUS GOING TO ELEKO DROP AT  MALETE (BEECHWOOD ESTATE). KEEP RIGHT AND TURN INTO ODOGBOLU STREET, GO STRAIGHT DOWN AND TURN LEFT AT THE END OF THE ROAD, TAKE THE FIRST RIGHT TURN AFTER AND FIND OUR SIGNAGE THERE. 

LANDMARK – AJAH FLYOVER BRIDGE, LAGOS BUSINESS SCHOOL, SANGOTEDO SHOPRITE,

  • VIP GARDENS, IBEJU-LEKKI, OSOROKO

FROM AJAH MARKET (NEW FLY-OVER), TAKE A BUS OR CAB TO ELEKO JUNCTION ALONG EPE ROAD – #200. AS YOU ALIGHT AT ELEKO JUNCTION, TURN TO YOUR RIGHT BY TOTAL FILLING STATION AND TAKE A CAB TO OSOROKO – #250. ALIGHT AT AJEGUNLE BUS-STOP, OSOROKO. CROSS OVER TO THE UNTARRED ROAD BY YOUR LEFT AND WALK ABOUT 4 POLES ON THAT ROAD, THEN LOOK RIGHT AND SEE OUR SIGNAGE ON THE SITE.

  • VIP GARDENS, ABULE ADO, FESTAC

FROM IYANA IPAJA TAKE IYANA IBA, FROM THERE CROSS OVER AND TAKE MILE 2, STOP AT ABULE ADO. AT ABULE ADO CROSS OVER TAKE A BIKE GOING TO OMONILE PURE WATER. AT THE END OF THE ROAD, YOU WILL SEE VIP SIGNBOARD. FOLLOW THAT CHIEF AUGUSTINE STREET DOWN UNTIL YOU SEE ANOTHER VIP SIGNBOARD

  • VIP GARDENS, 6TH AVENUE, FESTAC

FROM 1ST GATE OR CANAL GATE OF FESTAC, TAKE A BIKE TO THE END OF 6TH AVENUE, IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE EARLY LIFE HOSTEL, YOU WILL SEE A MILITARY CHECKPOINT, GO STRAIGHT TO THE RIGHT, YOU WILL SEE VIP SIGNBOARD.

  • VIP GARDENS, MAGBON

FROM IYANA IBA, TAKE A BUS GOING TO BADAGRY ALIGHT AT MAGBON FROM THERE TAKE A BIKE OR KEKE GOING TO OBELE. VIP GARDENS SIGNBOARD IS ALONG THE ROAD.

  • VIP GARDENS, ABUJA (BEHIND TRADEMORE ESTATE)

VON (VOICE OF NIGERIA) JUNCTION. TAKE A BIKE STRAIGHT DOWN…AFTER TRADEMORE ESTATE & FOLLOW THE COMPANY SIGNAGE.

  • VIP GARDENS, AWKA

NEW AWKA, DIRECTLY OPPOSITE POLICE COOPERATIVE ESTATE, BEHIND NEW GOVERNMENT HOUSE, AKWA.

  • VIP GARDENS, OWERRI                                   

FROM YOUR DIRECTION, ENTER KEKE TO WEDRAL ROUND ABOUT, STOP AT THE ROUNDABOUT, THEN ENTER A BUS GOING TO AGBALA AIRPORT ROAD, STOP AT NNEOMA ROCHA’S SKILL ACQUISITION, LOOK OPPOSITE THE OTHER SIDE, YOU WILL SEE OUR SIGNBOARD, THEN WALK INSIDE THE OLD TARRED ROAD, YOU WILL SEE OUR BIG SIGNBOARD, WITH THE FENCING WORK DONE.

  • VIP GARDENS, ASABA, ISSELE ASAGBA

WHEN YOU GET TO ASABA MAIN PARK, TAKE A TAXI GOING TO ISSELE ASAGBA, STOP AT ISSELE ASAGBA LAST BUS STOP. THEN TAKE A BIKE IN STRAIGHT. THE ISSELE ASAGBA TOWN IS A TARRED ROAD. AT THE EXTREME WHERE THE TARRED ROAD ENDS, AFTER 3 ELECTRIC POLES YOU’LL SEE OUR LAND. BY THE RIGHT SIDE, GOING IN ALONG THE ROAD, AFTER OUR SITE, YOU WILL SEE ISSELE ASAGBA SECONDARY SCHOOL. BY THE SIDES OF OUR SITE, WE HAVE NEIGHBOURING HOUSES BEING BUILT.

  • VIP GARDENS, ENUGU

SITUATED AT AKO NIKE TOWN, ALONG NSUKKA EXPRESSWAY BY YOUR RIGHT-HAND SIDE OF THE ROAD WHEN GOING. YOU WILL SEE CATHOLIC PILGRIMAGE GATE. THE NEXT TOWN IS AKO NIKE TOWN WHERE OUR ESTATE IS LOCATED.

  • VIP GARDENS, IGBIRICHI, OWERRI

LOCATED ALONG OWERRI-PORT HARCOURT ROAD AFTER OBINZE BARRACKS BESIDE REGION STROKE BRAIN HOSPITAL, IGBIRICHI.

  • VIP GARDENS, ABUJA, TRADEMOORE 1

AFTER N.T.A QUARTERS, IN BETWEEN PALM HEIGHT 3 & M.F.M ESTATE.

  • VIP GARDENS, ABUJA, TRADEMOORE 2

LOCATED ON THE SAME STREET AS R.C.C.G ESTATE. WHEN YOU GET TO THE END OF THE STREET, YOU TURN LEFT.

  • VIP GARDENS GWAGWALADA, ABUJA 1

DIRECTLY BEHIND UNIVERSITY TEACHING HOSPITAL FACILITY.

  • VIP GARDENS GWAGWALADA, ABUJA 2

JUST BESIDE HERITAGE HOMES ESTATE

  • NEW BADAGRY HOMES

FROM IYANA-IBA BOARD A BUS GOING TO BADAGRY AND ALIGHT AT ITOGA JUNCTION AFTER ARADAGUN AND LIMCA BUS-STOP, BEFORE THE ARMY BARRACKS, CROSS TO THE OTHER SIDE AND WALK STRAIGHT THE ROAD BESIDE THE BARRACKS AND ENERGY FILLING STATION. OUR SITE IS RIGHT BEHIND THE BARRACK.

  • ABC GARDENS, EWEKORO ITORI

TAKE A BUS GOING TO ABEOKUTA, ALIGHT AT ITORI BUS STOP. FROM THERE, TAKE A BIKE GOING TO (ABULE OWU) ITORI TOWN OPP. TELECOMS MAST, YOU’LL SEE ABC GARDENS SIGN BOARD BY THE ROAD

  • ABC GARDENS, SANGO IFO, SOJUOLU, PHASE 2

TAKE A BUS GOING TO IFO, STOP @ GENERAL HOSPITAL THEN TAKE A BIKE TO ABC GARDENS AT SOJUOLU EXTENSION.

  • ABC GARDENS, EWEKORO PHASE 3

FROM ITORI COMPLEX, MAKE A U-TURN AND TURN LEFT TO ONIGBEDU IBESHE ROAD AND HEAD STRAIGHT TO AGA  OLOWO  TOWN,  12 MINUTES DRIVE.  OUR ESTATE IS OPPOSITE THE PALACE.

  • ABC GARDENS, IYANA ILOGBO

FROM IYANA-IPAJA, BOARD A BUS GOING TO IFO AND ALIGHT AT IYANA-ILOGBO, CROSS TO THE ODA SIDE THEN PICK A BIKE TO ARAROMI-ELEBUTE RD. ONCE YOU ENTER THE ARAROMI-ELEBUTE ROAD, GO STRAIGHT, YOU’LL SEE A FENCED LAND WITH A GATE. OUR LOCATION IS OPPOSITE.

  • ABC GARDENS, OYO, OGBOMOSO

FROM TAKKI ROUNDABOUT, TAKE A BIKE TO ITAHO VILLAGE, AFTER ONIPAANU, ALONG OKIN ROAD, YOU WILL SEE ABC GARDENS OGBOMOSO IMMEDIATELY AFTER ITAHO VILLAGE.

  • VIP GARDENS, ILORIN – EYENKORIN

ABC GARDENS AROWOSAYE AND OLOOKO ARE LOCATED ALONG THE MAJOR TARRED ROAD WITH 24HOUR ELECTRICITY ALREADY IN PLACE. THE TWO LOCATION IS JUST FIVE MINUTES’ DRIVE TO THE MAJOR HIGHWAY ILORIN/LAGOS EXPRESS ROAD AT EYENKORIN, ALSO IT’S ABOUT 12 MINUTES’ DRIVE TO ILORIN/ ABUJA EXPRESS ROAD AT GANMO AFON AREA. THE ESTATES ARE VERY CLOSE TO THE FAMOUS CROWN HILL UNIVERSITY ALONG LAGOS/IBADAN EXPRESS ROAD. CLIENTS CAN BUILD STUDENTS’ HOSTELS IN THE ESTATES SINCE IT’S JUST 10MINUTES DRIVE TO THE CAMPUS.

  • ABC GARDENS AGBABIAKA, TANKE, ILORIN

AT FRONT OF AGBABIAKA SECONDARY SCHOOL, BRANCH BY ONIREKE JUNCTION. YOU GET TO ONIBATA, LOOK FOR WHERE THEY PUT NCDC (CIVIL DEFENCE CORPS) SIGNBOARD. OUR LAND BEGINS FROM THERE.

  • VIP GARDENS, ILORIN, ASA-DAM

LOCATION IS JUST BESIDE THE FAMOUS METROPOLITAN SQUARE WHERE ALL THE POLITICAL ACTIVITIES TAKE PLACE IN KWARA STATE JUST LIKE EAGLE SQUARE IN ABUJA. THE SITE IS ADJACENT DANGOTE FLOWER MILLS AND BESIDE KWARA STATE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY IN ASADAM AREA, ILORIN.

  • ABC GARDENS, OFADA-OWODE, PHASE 2

FROM MOWE, TAKE OKADA TO OFADA. FROM OFADA JUNCTION, TAKE ANOTHER OKADA TO AFOJUPA. THAT IS WHERE ABC GARDENS IS LOCATED.

  • LEAD AVENUE, MOWE

FROM BERGER, DRIVE TO REDEMPTION CAMP, AND MAKE A U-TURN AFTER THE REDEMPTION CAMP MAIN GATE BACK TO MOWE B/STOP THEN TURN RIGHT. DRIVE ANOTHER 7.7KM TO BLUESTONE GARDEN CITY(TREASURE) ESTATE. THEN YOU ARRIVE AT THE ESTATE.

  • EMERALD COURT, ISHERI

FROM ISHERI ROUNDABOUT, DRIVE TOWARDS IGANDO. TURN RIGHT AT IDOWU EGBE B/STOP. TURN RIGHT, THEN LEFT, THEN RIGHT AND HEAD STRAIGHT DOWN TO THE SITE THROUGH THE BLACK GATE WITHIN 20 SECONDS

  • PRIME SHELTERS

PRIME SHELTERS IS LOCATED AT ILAMIJA JUST BY ALARO CITY ALONG IBEJU LEKKI – EPE EXPRESSWAY.

  • PRIME PLUS ESTATE, IBEJU-LEKKI

AFTER ELEKO DRIVE STRAIGHT TOWARDS PAN AFRICA UNIVERSITY JUST AFTER THE IBEJU BRIDGE…

  • ZENITH COURT, IMOTA, IKORODU


THE TOWN BEFORE AGBOWA IKORODU. AGBOWA IKORODU AND IMOTA ALMOST SHARE BOUNDARY. IT IS 25 MINUTES DRIVE FROM IKORODU CENTRAL, LESS THAN 20 MINUTES DRIVE FROM LASPOTEC, LUCKY FIBRE, HYPO ETC.

CONTACT PERSON FOR ALL LOCATIONS

ESTATE NAME SITE MANAGER LOCATION
Lead Avenue, Mowe OLUMIDE OKEDARA – 07036651003 OFFICE LINE – 08140000428 OFF LAGOS-IBADAN EXPRESSWAY
Kings Court, Atan VICTOR – 07032181295 OFFICE LINE – 0814000428 ATAN, OGUN STATE
VIP Gardens, Gwagalada, Abuja AWE-PETER – 08076021173, 08097123552 OFFICE LINE – 0814000428 GWAGWALADA, ABUJA
VIP Gardens, Behind Trademore Estate, Abuja  AWE-PETER – 08076021173, 08097123552 OFFICE LINE – 0814000428 SABO-LUGBE, ABUJA
VIP Gardens, Asadam, Ilorin NOAH – MR NOAH 08063481135 OFFICE LINE – 08145871666 ILORIN, KWARA
VIP Gardens, Eyenkorin, Ilorin NOAH – MR NOAH 08063481135 OFFICE LINE – 08145871666 ILORIN, KWARA
VIP Gardens, Amoyo, Ilorin  NOAH – MR NOAH 08063481135 OFFICE LINE – 08145871666 ILORIN, KWARA
VIP Gardens, Ogbomosho, Oyo NOAH – MR NOAH 08063481135 OFFICE LINE – 08145871666 OGBOMOSO, OYO
VIP Gardens, Igbirichi, Owerri ANAYO – 08034489283 MR BALA – 08063825581 OFFICE LINE – 08130002893 OWERRI, IMO
VIP GARDENS BOYSTOWN IPAJA OLUMIDE – 07036651003 MR OYESANWO – 08184125267 IPAJA LAGOS
VIP Asaba ANAYO – 08034489283 MR BALA – 08063825581 OFFICE LINE – 08130002893 ASABA, DELTA
VIP AGBALA, OWERRI ANAYO – 08034489283 MR BALA – 08063825581 OFFICE LINE – 08130002893 OWERRI, IMO
VIP GARDENS AWKA ANAYO – 08034489283 MR BALA – 08063825581 OFFICE LINE – 08130002893 ANAMBRA
VIP ENUGU ANAYO – 08034489283 MR BALA – 08063825581 OFFICE LINE – 08130002893 ENUGU
iLand Avenue, Ibeju-Lekki   YEMI – 07031028401, 08124315256 OFFICE LINE – 07067043281 IBEJU-LEKKI, LAGOS
VIP Gardens, Lakowe Golf Course, Ibeju-Lekki YEMI – 07031028401, 08124315256 OFFICE LINE – 07067043281 IBEJU-LEKKI, LAGOS
iLand Properties, Beechwood, Ibeju-Lekki  YEMI – 07031028401, 08124315256 OFFICE LINE – 07067043281 IBEJU-LEKKI, LAGOS
VIP Gardens, End of 6th Avenue, Festac DANIEL – 07037629947 OFFICE LINE FESTAC, LAGOS
VIP Gardens, Satellite Town, Festac DANIEL – 07037629947 OFFICE LINE FESTAC, LAGOS
VIP Gardens, Abule Ado, Festac  DANIEL – 07037629947 OFFICE LINE FESTAC, LAGOS
Emerald Estate, Isheri, Igando  DANIEL – 07037629947 OFFICE LINE – ISHERI-IGANDO, LAGOS
VIP Gardens, Agbara, Magbon  RUFUS – 08181068760 OFFICE LINE MAGBON, LAGOS
VIP Gardens, Aradagun, Badagry RUFUS – 08181068760 OFFICE LINE BADAGRY, LAGOS
Zenith Gardens/Court, ImotaIkorodu OLUMIDE – 07036651003 OFFICE LINE – 08140000428 IKORODU, LAGOS
ABC GARDENS, AGBOWA, IKORODU OLUMIDE – 07036651003 OFFICE LINE – 08140000428 IKORODU, LAGOS
ABC GARDENS IFO& ILOGBO KUNLE ISKIL – 07011249043, 08106196068, 08094063581 OFFICE LINE – – 08140000428 IFO, OGUN
ABC GARDENS EWEKORO ITORI OLUMIDE – 07036651003 OFFICE LINE – 08140000428 ITORI, OGUN
ABC GARDENS OFADA OWODE OLUMIDE – 07036651003 OFFICE LINE – 08140000428 OGUN
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150 sqm of land is enough…

A 150 sqm modern house

There is a popular misconception about small plots of land, particularly 150 sqm. They find it hard to accept that beautiful, high rise houses can be built on a 150 sqm plot of land and have conditioned their minds to believe that they can only build their house on a 600 sqm of land for it to really look as beautiful as they have envisioned. To begin, two things need to be established:

  • 150 sqm of land is small but mighty.
  • 150 sqm of land is enough.

In simple terms, a 150 sqm plot of land is one-quarter of a 600 sqm plot of land, and it is measured 30 by 60. Practically, a 150 sqm plot of land is derived when a 600 sqm of land is divided equally into four places and also when a 300 sqm of land is divided into two.

As far as Nigeria is concerned, not a lot of real estate companies offer 150 sqm of land as a package to customers to buy because the general perception is that it is too small to build a house so it is not in high demand by customers.

Also, there are not many architects who are flexible enough to create a sketch out a structure that will comfortably sit on a 150 sqm plot of land because they believe that there might not be enough space to play with so this goes a long way in affecting the sort of advice they give to any client who might be considering buying and building a house on a 150 sqm plot of land.

A major concern of many people as regards the 150 sqm of land is that it is too small to accommodate a commercial or residential building. This is not true because with a clear vision of what the building is meant to look like, the purpose it will serve and a very creative architect, anything is achievable on a 150 sqm plot of land.

According to Abel Adejoh, an experienced architect in Nigeria, two apartment flats can be built on a 150 sqm plot of land and still retain a parking space that can accommodate three cars. He further explained that it is very possible for two persons to come together, buy a half plot of land, split it into two, and build duplexes with driveways.

In summary, there is still a lot of work to be done in the real estate industry as regards sensitizing Nigerians about the 150 sqm plot of land and to get them to shake off the thought that they will not be unable to build a great structure on it. We hope to see more people embracing the idea of having their dream home on a 150 sqm plot of land.

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The Foundation is Everything

You have probably heard people say that the foundation of a house is more important than the house itself. You also might have heard of cases where the foundation cost more to set up than the entire house in terms of money. All of these are true and are not exaggerated. The foundation of a house is everything and more because it goes a long way in determining if the house will remain standing for a long time or if it will sink.

According to The Constructor, the foundation is the lowest part of the building that is in direct contact with the soil, transferring loads from the structure to the soil safely. The foundation is divided into two generally:

The Shallow Foundation

Also known as spread footing in the construction industry, the shallow foundation is the type of foundation created with depth as little as 3 feet into the soil and is mostly used for light buildings such as kiosks and beach sheds. Because it is not deeply rooted in the soil, the shallow foundation usually does not consume a lot of resources in terms of building materials and money. There are three types of shallow foundations as well called individual footings, strip footings, and raft foundation.

Image of a shallow foundation

Whenever the weather is cold, it is important that extra attention is paid to shallow foundations in order to avoid freezing. A proactive measure that construction engineers often take is building the foundation above what is called the Frost Line.

The Frost Line is a level in the ground that is above where freezing begins. In cases where the foundation cannot be built above the Frost Line, insulation is always put in place in order to ensure that some level of heat passes from the building, into the foundation and the soil in order to prevent freezing.

The Deep Foundation

Also called pile foundation, a deep foundation is the type of foundation created with depth as deep as 60 feet to 250 feet into the soil and is mostly used for high rise buildings such as towers and duplexes, in order to ensure that these sort of buildings do not collapse suddenly at a later date. It involves the use of a lot more cement and irons. Therefore, it is considered to be significantly more expensive than the shallow foundation. The deep foundation also has two types which are the end bearing pile and friction pole.

Image of a deep foundation

In Nigeria, Lagos to be specific, a lot of people believe that the type of foundation put underneath a building is only dependent on the type of soil the land being built upon has. Clients often go back and forth with construction engineers because, despite professional counsel, they want to go ahead and build a duplex on a shallow foundation because the land is located on the mainland, which is considered to be strictly dry land.

There is a common misconception that deep foundations and german floors are strictly for properties on the island because that area is considered to be mostly swampy and sand-filled. This is not totally true because the design of the house to be built is considered alongside the nature of the land it’s going to be built upon when determining the type of foundation to be built.

It is very important to note that a foundation can be perfectly built using concrete, steel, stones, bricks, and others. The type of building materials used in constructing a foundation and the building as a whole also depends on the design of the building as well as the nature of the soil of the land it’s been built upon.

To learn more about topics like this from our seasoned construction engineers, follow us on Instagram and join in our Real Estate Realities series that takes place by 6:00 PM from Monday to Friday. https://www.instagram.com/pertinencegroup/

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RealVest launches homeownership initiative, announces Mercy Aigbe as the brand ambassador.

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On the 25th of June 2020, RealVest, one of Nigeria’s most prominent and reliable real estate investment platform launched a new homeownership initiative called HomeVest. RealVest was launched in November 2019 by Pertinence Limited as a real estate investment platform that allowed it’s investors invest a minimum of N50, 000 for 50% ROI in 18 months. The second phase of the investment was set at 45% ROI for 18 months.

RealVest has been able to garner more than 5,000 investors and 12,000+ users across 9 nations of the world. In order to tackle the home deficit challenge in Nigeria and ensure that homeownership is available to all regardless of income level, RealVest birthed HomeVest. HomeVest is a homeownership concentrated initiative that makes it possible for people to pay a minimum of N50, 000 monthly for a period of 60 months and eventually own a home. A variety of estate locations owned by Pertinence Limited are available for persons to choose from as these are the locations in which HomeVest houses will be built. Persons also have the option of subscribing to a one, two, or three-bedroom house to be built for them.

When asked about why HomeVest was created, Mr. Wisdom, one of the co-founders of Pertinence Limited said:

“We all know one person or a family that is long overdue for their own home. They have been tenants for so long and you hear them talk about how they will love to have their own home. We know that the process involved in homeownership is not an easy one for the layman and that is why we are here to make it simple for every person who will buy into this opportunity.”

Also present at the launch of HomeVest by RealVest was Mercy Aigbe, the brand’s ambassador and she expressed her excitement concerning the homeownership initiative by saying:

RealVest also announced that the co-earn investment opportunity will be launched again at N50, 000 for 35% ROI in 18 months and that a mobile app will be launched soon as well.

To be a part of HomeVest or to co-earn, please visit https://www.realvest.ng/ to register and get started.

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Real Estate is your money’s best friend.

Years before now, “real estate is a great investment” was a usual anthem that was chanted among people even though it was viewed as an asset that was strictly for the wealthy in society. In recent times, especially in 2020, there has been a change in that narrative because the industry has been tailored in a manner that makes it possible for people who fall into the middle class or salary earners space to be able to successfully purchase properties.

The worldwide COVID-19 crisis is around the world has dealt a hard blow on the economy of many countries seeing as a lot of businesses including banks, were forced to pause operations which resulted in the mass layoff of staff, the decline in the value of stock rates and many more.

A lot of individuals have been on the hunt for an asset that would help multiply the money that they currently have without hitting a decline due to the pandemic at hand and that is why real estate is on the rise as the best asset to invest money in this year.

Often referred to as an inflation resistant investment, real estate is expected to appreciate in value and increase income if it is being leased for residential or commercial purposes, therefore causing it to retain its value even during an inflation crisis.

According to Business Day, if an apartment in Lagos cost N36,000 per month due to inflation two years ago, that same apartment would cost around N72,000 per month currently. An increase in demand for real estate products, its ability to survive the effect of inflation, and its ability to appreciate with time has positioned it to be a good investment option in 2020.

For this reason, Pertinence Limited has put together a beautiful variety of mouthwatering promos on our properties to ensure that regardless of this pandemic, your finances are secured through real estate. Interested? Please visit https://app.pertinencelimited.com/login or call us on 08140000428, 08182496310.

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Lockdown: Pertinence Limited Cushions Effects With 3-Months Free Rents For Tenants

It’s no secret that the entire world is currently going through a hard time due to the outbreak of Coronavirus/COVID-19. The fatality of the virus has caused countries to shut down their borders, ban inter-country traveling, restrict movements and gatherings of people, companies and businesses have shut down operations while their members of staff work remotely.

Pertinence Limited is all about her people and their overall wellbeing and for this reason, is why the management decided to make the next three month rent-free for her tenants across the nations. In a letter addressing the tenants, the General Manager of Pertinence Limited, Jeffrey Itepu said while addressing the tenants:

“We cannot turn a blind eye to how uncomfortable this period is for everyone. A lot of persons will be experiencing a serious decline in cash flow for a while due to this virus and it’s the effect on businesses. We hope that making the next three months rent-free would take some burden off of our tenants and help them focus on bouncing back.”

Most importantly, we are all urged not to forget to take these necessary safety precautions:

  •  Wash your hands regularly with soap for at least 20 seconds.
  •  Use hand sanitizers (if possible, have one for yourself).
  •  Avoid touching the mouth, nose, and eyes.
  •  Drink water often to remain hydrated as much as possible.
  • Observe social distancing.
  • Avoid large gatherings.
  • If you feel ill, withdraw yourself from others and call the emergency phone numbers to get help.
  • ·Avoid travels, especially to locations with cases.

Stay safe and stay vigilant.

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Coronavirus or not, WE HAVE YOU COVERED

Abidemi is an electrical engineer at one of the biggest telecommunications companies in Africa. Everyone speaks highly of her and how excellently she does her job and composes herself. In an industry that is mostly dominated by men, she has been able to build a strong and remarkable reputation for herself. Although her career was taking shape rapidly, there was something Abidemi craved with all her heart. A house. Her own house.

Yes, she lives in one of the most exotic neighborhoods in Lagos surrounded by celebrities as neighbors but it’s a rented apartment. She’ll rather be her own landlady. The truth is that Abidemi’s childhood was not a rosy one and on four occasions, her parents were unable to pay rent as at when due and the landlord was nasty to them. One of those four occasions saw them roaming the streets of Lagos because they were rendered homeless.

She had heard about Pertinence Limited in the news, the real estate company in Lagos making bold moves and decided on the spot that they would be the ones she cops her first property in Lekki from. Unfortunately, Coronavirus came and put all her plans on a halt. A lot of companies, including the company she works for and Pertinence Limited, shut down operations and ordered her employees to work remotely.

To say Abidemi is disappointed would be an understatement. She had been so excited to go through the whole buying process. It really is a big deal for her. Now, she does not even know when the pandemic is going to be over and when everything is going to go back to normal again. This dream was taking too long to materialize.

Abidemi clearly doesn’t know much about Pertinence Limited because if she did, she would know for sure that we would never leave our people hanging regardless of whatever is happening in the world currently. Our team had been monitoring the situation and was aware of the fact that activities like travels, events and more have been affected in the last few weeks because countries have been shutting down their borders across the globe.

For this reason and thanks to technology, Pertinence Limited is pleased to let everyone know that we are available to assist you every single step of the way, be it virtually or physically. We have gone a step further by launching our management system named REALMAX which allows you to do almost all the processes you normally would have been required to visit our office for, all on your mobile phone or personal computer.

All you have to do is visit https://pertinencelimited.com/, click on “Partners” (if you are a realtor with us already) or “Clients” (if you are a customer). To get access to your dashboard, use your phone number or email address as your username. The default password is Pertinence12345#. 

With RealMax, you can buy land, make payments, refer friends, get land allocation and make money all from the comfort of your home. For support on getting started please reach out to our customer support lines on 08140000428, 08182496310 or send an email to info@pertinencegroup.com

Most importantly, do not forget to take these necessary safety precautions:

  •  Wash your hands regularly with soap for at least 20 seconds.
  •  Use hand sanitizers (if possible, have one for yourself).
  •  Avoid touching the mouth, nose, and eyes.
  •  Drink water often to remain hydrated as much as possible.
  • Observe Social distancing.
  • Avoid large gatherings (especially from 50 and above)
  • If you feel ill, withdraw yourself from others and call the emergency phone numbers to get help.
  • ·Avoid travels, especially to locations with cases.

Stay safe and stay vigilant.

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Pertinence Limited Goes to London, United Kingdom

Pertinence Limited, one of the leading real estate companies in the Nigerian real estate industry will be having the second edition of their London Real Estate Conference/Investors Forum. The FREE conference is going to be taking place on the 15th of March 2020 at Crown Plaza Hotels & Resorts 19, New Bridge Street, London, EC4V 6DB, United Kingdom.

The conference is concentrated on presenting secured real estate investment opportunities to everyone in London who is interested. Attendees are also going to have the opportunity of buying properties at discounted prices and would also be given property payment plans that last as long as five years.

Interested and curious? Great! Call +447983439082, +447721917320 and 08140000428 for more details.

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Pertinence Limited Hosts The Mayor of Brampton, Canada

Last week, the Mayor of Brampton, His Worship, Mr Patrick Brown alongside the City Councillor – Brampton, Charmaine Williams visited Nigeria and were hosted by Pertinence Limited. Pertinence Limited organized an interactive power session for 300 Nigerian entrepreneurs with the Mayor and the City Councillor as the headlining speakers. Along with their Canadian delegates, the Mayor and the City Councillor spent four days in Nigeria and they did the following:

Meet and Greet with the Governor and Deputy Governor of Lagos state

The Mayor and the City Councillor had a meet and greet session with the governor and deputy governor of Lagos state where they talked briefly on future collaborations between Canada and Nigeria.

A Visit to the Ooni of Ife

The Mayor and the City Councillor paid a visit to the popular Ooni of Ife and were warmly received by the palace dancers with a rich cultural dance presentation after which they proceeded to see the Ooni of Ife and his chiefs.

Meet and Greet with Famous Acts in the Nigerian Entertainment Industry

After the visit to the Ooni of Ife, the Mayor and the City Councillor went on a tour of Terra Kulture Center led by Bolanle Austen-Peters. They later had an interactive meet and greet session with popular acts in the Nigerian entertainment industry such as Ufoma McDermott, Zack Orji, Sam Olatunji, Femi Adebayo, Instagram sensation, Calabar Chic and more.

The Interactive Session

The day for the interactive power session took place and saw the Mayor and the City Councillor sitting on different panels to address the Nigerian entrepreneurs present alongside their delegates and the co-founders of Pertinence Limited, Wisdom Ezekiel and Olorunsheyi Sunday.

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House Fires: A Constant Headache

House fire is a sensitive topic that absolutely everyone ought to pay rapt attention to because of the danger it poses and damages it can cause to the lives and properties of those affected. A house fire in simple words is a fire that occurs in a building and leads to the damaging or total burn down of the entire building and its content.

Sadly, house fires have become a rampant and reoccurring event within Lagos state, Nigeria. According to the BusinessDay report, Lagos state recorded 1,898 house fires in 2015. According to the Lagos State Fire Service, 119 were recorded in January of 2019 alone. Although, it is important to note that house fires are not limited to Lagos alone.

What Causes House Fires?

This is usually the first thing that crosses the mind of anyone who hears about a house fire. Everyone’s curiosity is peaked and they want to immediately know what exactly triggered the fire. There are a variety of things that could cause a house fire but the most common causes are:

Electrical Faults

Faulty electrical features can lead to fire sparks if left unattended to. Sockets, switches, bulb holders, wires and many more are electrical features that could bring about a house fire. Electrical appliances such as air conditioners, refrigerators, heaters, microwaves and more can also be sources of house fires should they develop a fault that is not noticed and fixed in time. House fires caused by electrical faults are usually the hardest to figure out because they are hidden. It is important to ensure that all electrical features and equipment within your household are checked from time to time and anything found faulty should be fixed or replaced immediately.

Chemical Explosion

One would think that chemical explosions only happen at commercial factories but they also happen in homes. Chemicals commonly found in homes are cooking gas, kerosene, cleaning agents, paints, and petrol or diesel if there is a generator available. Fires from chemical explosions occur when these chemicals are exposed to oxygen. They produce heat that eventually ignites a flame after a while. Flammable substances should be kept in a properly sealed container and kept out of the sun.

Candles and Cigarettes

If you are in the habit of using scented candles or smoking cigarettes, then you need to always work in the consciousness of a house fire happening. Candles and cigarettes take a while before they totally burn out so they tend to be forgotten after a while. If they are not properly put out, the fire could still linger around and could spread to other surfaces thereby leading to a house fire. It is important that when using candles and cigarettes, you use stainless steel can to put the remains.

A House Fire has occurred. What Next?

People at the scene of a house fire

The first thing you do once a house fire occurs goes a long way to determine if things will get worse or not. It is natural to panic and be overwhelmed with fear. It’s easier said than done but it is very important to try and maintain a certain level of calmness when such a tragic incident has happened in order to avoid making life-threatening mistakes. You should do the following if a house fire occurs:

  • Exit the building as fast as possible through any means or path available.
  • Find a safe place to stay pending the time firefighters come to put out the fire.
  • Do not attempt to enter into the burning building to recover your material valuables. Your life is more important in all situations.
  • Do not attempt to put out the fire with anything other than water. Using cleaning agents mixed with water does not help to put out the fire.
  • After the fire has been put out, ensure you get a go-ahead from the firefighters before entering into the house to recover any of your possessions that were not destroyed by the fire.
  • Reach out to your insurance company and let them know what has happened.

If you witness a house fire, please go to https://fireservice.lagosstate.gov.ng/ and call any of the numbers on the website for help.