Do you know that some Nigerians, even the rich, still don’t know where and how to invest profitably in Nigeria? Some feel any investment you venture into in Nigeria might turn into ruin, but permit me to change that notion. Yes, there might be some few ‘commas’ around investing in Nigeria but be sure to know that there are still some profitable investments you could still do, all you need is just to know the how’s, where, pros and cons. Ever wonder why we still have foreigners trooping into the country – and investing – not regarding our security and economy crises? Well, maybe it is because they can see what we (Nigerians) can’t see.
In the first place, what does investment really mean? Simply put – investing means putting your money to work for you. Period!
One of the most compelling reasons for you to invest is the prospect of not having to work your entire life! Bottom line, there are only two ways to make money: by working and/or by having your assets/money work for you.
Having said that, let’s talk about real estate investment and its accessibility to average Nigerians.
BRIEF INTRODUCTION INTO REAL ESTATE
Real estate is “property consisting of land and the buildings on it, along with its natural resources such as crops, minerals, or water; immovable property of this nature; an interest vested in this, (also) an item of real property; (more generally) buildings or housing in general. Also: the business of real estate; the profession of buying, selling, or renting land, buildings or housing.
Buying real estate is about more than just finding a place to call home. Investing in real estate has become increasingly popular over the last fifty years and has become a common investment vehicle. The real estate market has plenty of opportunities for making big gains.
…so if you have been thinking of tiptoeing into real estate business, you don’t have to tiptoe, walk confidently into it, your fortune is about to take an awesome hit.
Real Estate Is Not For the Rich Alone
Many people thought about it but have found themselves out of the pursuit to invest in real estate business because of a wrong belief that real estate is for those that have bank accounts swollen up with huge amount of money. NO!
That’s absolutely incorrect!
Real estate is not for the rich alone. Real estate is a business that has something to offer every class of investors; either you are a beginner, expert, professional or legend.
Money is not what you need to approach real estate business; valid information is what you need.
There Are Four Categories of People Approaching Real Estate Business;
|Four Categories Of People Approaching Real Estate Business||Outcome|
|People with huge capital but no valid information
|People with valid information but with no capital
|People with capital and valid information
|People with neither capital nor information
Business opportunities don’t last with uninformed people with the money, but people that are rightly informed. Valid information is what you need to make this real estate business work for you. The business is not for the rich alone; in fact, if any big investor approaches the business with the lack of needed knowledge, he will find his way out of the pursuit hands-down and jaw-dropped.
Personally, I’ve seen people approaching this real estate business with diverse investments that have paid back enormously. As a matter of fact, with obvious testimonies, I’ve lost counts of people that have invested with so little, and they make vast amount in return. They make sure they get reliable information about authentic properties and they don’t slack up about it: they grab every opportunity.
The amazing thing about the acquisition of real estate properties, especially in Ibeju-lekki axis which is now referred to as “THE NEW LAGOS”, is that one can be a landowner with just N40,000 per month. Land acquisition is not as tough as some potential landowners think. All you need is INFORMATION. I can’t really vouch for an installment payment lower than N40,000, but you could get one. With monthly payment of N40,000, N80,000, N500,000 and above depending on your choice of property to acquire, you can nurse the dream of inviting your landlord to your housewarming someday. At least, you start from somewhere, and NOW is the best time to start planning success for yourself.
Real estate investment is very accessible to the rich and also, average Nigerians. Just make sure you don’t run into scammers or Omo-onile’s troubles. Believe me; you don’t want to witness such trouble. And which is why I advice people to acquire their properties from reliable companies like PWAN HOMES (Property World Africa Network Home Ownership Made Easy Scheme). What any smart average Nigerian can do for himself or herself is to walk into PWAN HOMES, and have a desire to acquire landed properties – I assure you that you will see a convenient payment plan, and before you completely realize it, you are erecting your structure.
Real estate business is so accessible than you think. Take a step now!