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After Weekend, Here’s The Next Fresh Thing To Do (Photos)

Good Day Dear Investor,

Hope you had a fun filled weekend?
Hope you already have fresh goals for this week? Like a complete football striker, take the pass immediately and aim for the goal – don’t sleep on it!

Let’s talk Real Estate… there are 3 Things Wealthy People Know About Real Estate Investment

1. Real Estate is visionary You need to have foresight about what the property will worth in years to come before investing in a location.

2. Rich People buy properties when others are not willing to buy. This is the period when many would say; “it is a Bush”.

“I can’t buy land in this far place”.

“this place can’t develop”… etcetera.

3. Rich People know property is Trans-generational. Your real estate will be handed down to other generations of your offspring which automatically secures their future. Land can also serve as collateral to secure loans.

Real Estate doesn’t just secure today. It secures tomorrow. Real Estate is the only asset you can invest in today that will be worth more than gold tomorrow

My PIECE OF ADVICE to you today is: secure the future with N4million out of that savings of yours. You budget to get a Toyota Camry this week.

Try to see if you can get a good deal of the same car for N1.8million and invest the remaining N2.2million in buying a Plot of our LAGOON COURTS Estate located at Ibeju-Agbe, Ibeju Lekki, Lagos in the same Local Government as Lekki Free Trade Zone, Lekki Sea Port, New International Airport, La Campagne Tropicana and many more – Ibeju Lekki Local Government.

NOTE: Special Promo is 20%-25% off price during this Ileya period.

You will notice you just had a new car and still own a plot of land in the new Dubai of West Africa which in less than 2years has brought you to a 300% R.O.I and that’s about N6million


For enquiries and inspection, Call/WhatsApp Vision Homes And Properties on 07033210169

We can go for inspection any day you want (Monday – Sunday)

Lagoon Courts, Ibeju Agbe, Ibeju Lekki, Lagos
Lagoon Courts

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