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New digital platform enters property market to simplify transactions

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For home buyers, mortgage loan applicants, real estate developers as well as professionals, good news is here as QuickShelter, also known as Qshelter, has disrupted the property market with a new digital platform that makes transactions a lot easier for them.

The platform is aimed to provide professional support for seamless real estate transactions not only for property buyers in Nigeria, but also for global users who are interested in buying properties in Nigeria.
The company explained in at its launch in Lagos that the platform was designed to bring together real estate and mortgage services, connecting developers, homeowners, mortgage lending institutions, and Pension Funds Administrations (PFAs).

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It added that the platform would also bring together land surveyors and legal experts to clients across diverse industries offline and online, stressing that the platform was designed to simplify the real estate process for users, making it more accessible, efficient, and secure.

“We understand that buying or selling a property can be a stressful experience, and our platform aims to simplify the process by providing a user-friendly interface and access to experienced professionals,” Alamu Adegbenga, chief operation officer of Qshelter, said.
He added that QShelter’s platform was available to users globally, with a focus on the Nigerian market. The platform, according to him, provides access to a wide range of properties across Nigeria.

“We believe that our platform will revolutionize the real estate industry in Nigeria and globally; we are committed to providing our users with a seamless and secure experience and look forward to seeing the positive impact our platform will have on the real estate industry,” he said.