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Adozilion Homes and Realty, a real estate firm in Nigeria, has trained 350 young men and women in real estate entrepreneurship.

The one-week training occurred during a seminar-themed ‘Eklisia Realtors Conference,’ in Lagos.

“The conference was aimed at equipping young realtors with the knowledge and tools needed to thrive in the dynamic Nigerian real estate market,” Adozi Simon, chief executive officer of Adozilion Homes and Realty, said in a statement.

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“There is a very critical housing deficit in Nigeria. Millions lack adequate shelter, and bridging this gap requires innovative solutions and partnerships,” he said.

He explained that Adozillion Homes and Realty organised the event to empower and transform 350 young entrepreneurs and give them the necessary knowledge to excel in the real estate sector.

“We believe in empowering realtors and recognising excellence to contribute to the growth and success of the entire industry, and that is why we have trained and empowered over 350 of you young men and women at this conference,” Simon said.

“The future of the Nigerian housing industry lies in collaboration, innovation, and a commitment to inclusivity,” he said.

He highlighted the need for collaboration with the government to drive regulation, quality, transparency, and accountability.

Sam Egube, board chairman of Adozillion Homes and Realty, acknowledged the challenges of the rising cost of land, limited access to finance, and inadequate infrastructure in the country.

He urged realtors to be intentional in their approach and collaborate effectively.

“The poor is the man that thinks receiving is his only way out of poverty. Be intentional about how you collaborate with the government to drive regulation, quality, transparency, and accountability,” Egube said.