Bargain Hunters’ Special: 4 Things You May Not Know About Green Park Estate
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Bargain Hunters’ Special: 4 Things You May Not Know About Green Park Estate

Green Park Homes was developed with the low and middle-income earner in mind

Bargain Hunters’ Special: 4 Things You May Not Know About Green Park Estate

The average educated Nigerian youth is in the know, or rather, likes to assume that they are in the know. This belief pervades their way of life and is evidenced in all they do. They are tech-savvy, good conversationalists, have a fair knowledge of local and international politics, and hate being swindled.

Before making any sizable purchase, this demographic conduct extensive research into the products in line with their current realities. They weigh price vis-à-vis pros and cons with the ultimate goal of extracting maximum value from spend. Discounts, sales and promotions are super attractive to them, and If possible, this group will purchase a Ferrari on a Toyota budget – that’s how much they love bargains!

Well, we will like to break it to you—if you fall within this group or possess some of the above-listed attributes—that Green Park Estate is the real estate embodiment of perfection; affordable, spacious, transparent and unrivalled quality. Music to your ears, right?!

Developed by Nigeria’s only real estate development company certified to ISO 9001:2015 standards, Alpha Mead Development Company (AMDC), in conjunction with Ibile Holdings, the investment arm of the Lagos State Government, Green Park Estate is a 50-hectare development scheme comprising of affordable houses for low and middle-income earners; world-class infrastructure and amenities and presents a safe vehicle for investment.

Green Park Estate is strategically located at Sangotedo, the heartbeat of the New Lagos, fast-developing and within proximity to the proposed Lekki International Airport. We have put together 4 exciting features to demonstrate why Green Park Estate is all that you need to fulfil your homeownership aspirations:

  1. Bigger space, better quality: With the three-bedroom semi-detached houses measuring over 224m2, considerably bigger than the local industry’s standards, Green Park Homes, guarantees bigger space and rooms for you and your family. Furthermore, on the strength of our ISO 9001:2015 certification—the first by any player in the indigenous real estate development company—we assure quality at every step of the way. Starting from the conceptualisation phase to planning and development, our unrivalled quality comes to fore at every step of the way.
  2. Increase Rental Income: Subscribers who invested in Green Park Estate two years ago have witnessed a 30-40% appreciation on their properties in the said period and expert projections maintain that the exponential value appreciation will be sustained in the coming years. This trend is also reflective in the rental income of within the timeframe with the average 3-bedroom flat now within the range of N800,000 and N1,100,000 as opposed to the median of N500,000 which it was 5 years ago, and with the locality on a jet-propelled development curve, those numbers will blow up in the next few years.
  3. Unencumbered Land Title: We provide homeowners with state-issued Deeds of Assignment to sidestep land dispute issues with both the government and other parties. With the transfer of ownership that comes with Deeds of Assignment, Green Park homeowners are officially recognised by the Lagos State Government as owners and because it is a detailed document covering every aspect of the transaction, grey areas are eliminated.
  4. Impeccable track-record: AMDC, the developers of Green Park Estate, has a storied track-record in delivering quality homes with world-class amenities at an affordable rate to the public. From its uber-successful Lekki Pearl Estate which consists of 112 residential units of semi-detached buildings, terrace structures and blocks of flats, to the fast-developing Transcendence Estate, the company is fully committed to providing affordable yet stylish homes in Nigeria. The brand has also concluded negotiations to kickstart a scheme codenamed “Project1K” strategically formulated to engender affordable homes to a thousand families in the nation.
Green Park Homes is the number 1 affordable low and middle-income homeownership scheme in Nigeria

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    Posted at 16:05h, 30 October

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