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Feasibility and viability studies aim to objectively and rationally uncover the strengths and weaknesses of a proposed real estate development, opportunities and threats present in the environment, the resources required to carry out the project, and ultimately the prospects for success.

In its simplest terms, the two criteria to judge viability are cost required and value to be attained. We go through this process by carrying out extensive market research and enriching our data bank on our market area(s) and rigorous sensitivity analysis on costs and possible income generation.

We envisage a very bright future for the property market in Nigeria. With this in mind we aim to be an active player in the supply of high quality residential and commercial properties in our market area. We do this by playing our roles as developers who understand what end users want; a quality that allows us to tailor developments to buyers’ specific needs

We try our best in representing our clients’ interest in acquisition and sale of real property, renting and leasing of real property and engage in negotiations that fit our client’s individual property needs and to ensure the best possible outcome is achieved.

We help to optimize commercial and residential properties with an objective to maximize income potential while satisfying the end user. The union of both goals symbolizes the perfect property management process for us.

Some of our functions in this regard include but not limited to;

Renewal of leases, Rent reviews, Advising on deeds and leases, Regular inspection of properties, Preparation of schedule of condition/dilapidation, Preparation of maintenance schedule, Health and safety, space allocation, SWOT analysis etc.

We are professionals at putting values to Land and buildings, furniture, fittings, equipment, plant and machinery, crops, economic trees and structures through best practices and methods for various purposes including mortgage, compensation, insurance, sales, purchase, rating, privatization, commercialization and compulsory acquisition

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