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Investment, residential opportunity beckons as Buildcon unveils new estate


Opportunity is beckoning on investors and home seekers as Buildcon Global Services Limited, a new generation real estate development company, commences construction at its new project, the Pracht Court, located in Ajah, Lagos.

Opportunity also exists for investors at the Lekki Free Trade Zone (LFTZ) where the company is selling plots of land to subscribers wishing to take position in that fast-growing business hub in  Lagos

Pracht Court, located at a serene environment, offers top-notch luxury, comfort, maximum security and affordability.

The estate consists of four-bedroom terrace (smart) houses, which incorporate advanced automation systems to provide residents with sophisticated monitoring and control over the building’s functions. It is being constructed by highly-skilled architects and engineers with vast knowledge in critical innovations required in a dream home.

Bukunola Gadzama, Buildcon’s chief executive officer, explained that the success recorded at the company’s Pracht Gardens Estate, located in Ikota, Lagos, motivated the development of Pracht Court.

According to her, a four-bedroom terrace home sells N50 million but requires only 30 percent initial deposit while the balance is spread over two years.

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The unique features of the estate include home automation system, central water system and treatment plant, 24 hours world-class security, a swimming pool, a club house, a table tennis court, beautiful landscape and underground electricity.

As part of the exclusive benefits, subscribers are allowed to determine the progress and internal finishing of their homes and use of internal spacing. They are also entitled to six months liability period with Buildcon responsible for all repairs.

A plot of land measuring 648 square metres in the LFTZ sells for N2.5million for outright purchase, but N3million for installment payment where a subscriber is required to make 30 percent initial deposit with completion within the period.