The Government-backed Luxury Abuja developer has finally branched out into Lagos city. Urban shelter a well-known premium home developer who offers their buyers a finance option or a rent to buy option where you can take a 5-year payment plan and move in 2nd year or having paid 40%.
URBAN SHELTER ESTATE, ABRAHAM ADESANYA, LEKKI AJAH LAGOS
The estate is on a 3.7 hectare land in the fully functional Abraham Adesanya Estate along the Lekki-Epe expressway.
The estate has a total of 185 units of Six exceptionally designed house types namely;
1,2 & 3-bedroom apartments
2 & 3 bedroom terraces
4-bedroom semi-detached duplexes
Residential Estate in Ajah Lagos
Size from 55m² to 100m²
Size from 120m² to 165m²
The Urban Shelter Estate Ajah is a planned family home, designed to
give comfort and felicity. The estate is on a 3.7 hectare land in the
fully funconal Abraham Adesanya Estate along the Lekki-Epe
The estate has a total of 185 units of Six exceponally designed
house types namely; 1-bedroom apartments, 2-bedroom
apartments, 3-bedroom apartments, 2-bedroom terraces, 3-
bedroom terraces, and 4-bedroom semi-detached duplexes.
These houses are targeted at providing a good standard of living for
you and your family.
Pay 30% year 1 and 20% year 2 to move in permanently and rent out( move-in the 2ND year, complete in 5 years With a 5 year repayment plan, affordability and quality are in perfect union
For Nigerians in Diaspora this is a high returns investment where your rent actually pays for the building after initial upfront fee. With an increase in demand, now is the best time to have a property portfolio, much cheaper than Lagos and a higher yield on rental returns
According to Nigeria’s real estate housing index, House rents in Abuja has risen by as high as 94% in 12 months. Nigeria’s political capital have risen by an average 94 percent in the last 12 months in some areas, a survey on rental growth in the residential property market has shown. More people move into Abuja for government employment, business, contracts and appointment etc.
Reasons to Invest in ABUJA Property
In 2017 Abuja sees 600,000 Housing gap as the demand for luxury real estate rises by foreigners, senior government officials and expatriates
Yields are generally higher in Abuja than in Lagos due to less supply and high demand; at 6% to 8%.