Home ownership opportunities beckon for Ogun residents as Richfield unveils project
Opportunities to address the housing deficit in Abeokuta in particular and Nigeria in general, continue to gain ground as savvy investors with long term view are rolling out products into the market, and at the same time increasing buying options for home seekers.
The latest is Richfield Nigeria, a fast-growing Real Estate development company, which just launched a new housing project called Richfield Residences, a premium residential development consisting 20 units of fully detached 3 bedroom bungalows and 10 units of 2 bedroom terraces all located on Abeokuta/Lagos Expressway, opposite Midland Galvanising Company Ile-Ise.
Samson Odegbami, managing director/CEO, Richfield Nigeria, said the primary aim and objective of Richfield Nigeria is to contribute its quota to solving the problem of housing deficit in Nigeria, adding that the affordability and high quality are guiding principles for the organisation.
Odegbami, while speaking at the groundbreaking ceremony of Richfield Residences project in Abeokuta, observed that housing was one of the major problems faced by Nigerians and that as an organisation, Richfield Nigeria can support the government to combat the problem of house deficit, adding that not only is the company providing houses, it ensures that its buildings are very affordable such that prospective buyers do not need all the money in the world before they can live in a comfortable apartment.
“We’ve also considered the economic state of the country and we developed a flexible payment plan all in a bid to make our facilities available to all,” Odegbami said.
The project has a completion timeline of six months and the event was well attended by dignitaries and other major stakeholders in the real estate sector.