5 Kinds of Property Investors Should Have

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5 Kinds of Property Investors Should Have

Are you a real estate investor? Do you invest in property or love to invest in real estate? Then are 5 kinds of property you should know. It’s a lovely thing for real estate investors should have different kinds of properties in their portfolios.

One major place real estate investors buy property is in Lagos, Nigeria. Lagos is a fertile place for capital appreciation when it comes to property appreciation. Property in Abuja, Nigeria is also a good place but Lagos remains the best so far.

Do you know that in Lagos, Nigeria when you buy a property you can make over 100% return on your investment within a year or two? Take a look at the flyer description of a property below where you have the opportunity to make 100% ROI within 24 months’ time

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The 5 Kinds of Property Investors Should Have are:

  1. Residential Property:

This is the most kind of property every investor have. Most people have bought residential property for themselves. And the motive why people buy a residential estate is for 3 reasons:

i. For Personal Residence: People buy to build and live personally

ii. For Rentals: People buy to rent out for yearly income

iii. For Shortlet/Airbnb/Studio apartment: People buy to make money on a daily basis through short let service apartments.

Part of the residential property you should consider buying is an off-plan house. Off-plan house gives you an opportunity to monitor your house and how you want your house to look like.

SEE THIS: RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY INSIDE JUNE 15 ESTATE, ELEKO WITH C OF O

ATTENTION: Are you looking for a residential property to buy in Lagos. Speak to us via the WhatsApp button below state to us your budget.

  1. Commercial Property:

Commercial property starts from 1000 sqm upward and this is because it is dedicated to business or commercial purposes. Commercial properties are meant to be spacious because of the car park and some other factors.

READ THIS: COMMERCIAL PROPERTY FACING THE LEKKI-EPE EXPRESSWAY

Only a few property investor has commercial property and this is because it is always on the high side. For example, a commercial plot of land in Eleko and Ibeju Lekki environ cost nothing less than 100 million nairas (All inclusive)

  1. Investment Property:

This is a property you can buy and keep. As a real estate investor, you should have certain properties in your portfolio that you can buy, keep for 5 years, and resell to make money for yourself.

The best place to buy such property is in Epe Lagos where you can buy a cheaper property and even property at the prelaunch price and sell for a higher profit.

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  1. Beachfront/Lakeview Property:

The number 4 kinds of property you should look into is a beachfront property or Lakeview property. Property by the beach gives a high return on investment. This is one of the most premium properties every investor should take advantage of.

  1. Generational Property:

This kind of property is a property you buy for your children and unborn generation. As a parent or a single parent or even a youth, you need to start thinking of buying property in your children’s name.

And the most amazing part is that there are estates that are specifically designed for kids and teens. Check out Coral City both in Lagos and Ibadan by Gracias.

In conclusion, as a real estate investor or someone who loves to buy property ensure you have some other property aside from the ones you have. This will help you to maximize risk and grow your investment plan.

Do you have any questions? Do you want to spread your property plan, please call/WhatsApp Peter at +234 901 509 4850 or click on the WhatsApp button on your screen.

Peter Oyedepo

Peter Oyedepo is an award-winning realtor in Lagos, Nigeria and the lead consultant of Sureland Realtors (RC 2004840). He helps people both in Nigerians and in the diaspora to invest in real estate for profit maximization.