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How Vintage Heights is changing the face of real estate in Lagos

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The real estate market in Nigeria has suffered a lull in terms of demand, hence this has created a lot of vacancies, and has also in a way made it a buyer’s market, compared to 5 years ago when there was a boom in the industry.

Commercial Banks have also made it difficult for developers to access loan with high lending rates of 23% to 25% therefore preferring the option of joint venture.

Developers have resolved to selling projects off plan by using subscriber’s funds to build.

Lekki is adjudged the fastest developing location in Lagos, Nigeria; infrastructure in terms of road, the removal of round about to ease traffic conditions and the lighting of the whole Lekki corridor has added great value to the environment and also the urban development which has opened up areas bordering Lekki (Ibeju-Lekki and Epe).

About Vintage Heights

Vintage Heights is a development of SAMTL Properties Ltd located at Lekki scheme 1 behind House on the Rock, Off Kusenla Road, IkateElegushi, Lekki, Lagos, Nigeria. It is an architectural masterpiece consisting of blocks of 2 and 3 Bedroom serviced apartments all ensuite

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Reasons why you should invest in Vintage Heights
Assured capital appreciation

Premium Rental Income

Good Title

Lekki is the fastest growing area in Lagos

High Accessibility

Well Developed Infrastructure

High Level of Urbanization

Excellent Neighbourhood

Features/Facilities

24hrs Security

24hrs Electricity

Well paved Road

Ample Parking space for Residents and Visitor

Central Water System and Treatment

Club House Price

Initial deposit of N2.99m for 2 Bedroom Flat (N30 million)

Initial deposit of N3.79m for 3 Bedroom Flat (N38 million)

Available for Mortgage

For more information, contact us on:

Phone: 08022236255, 08023125493, 08023458887, 08030565800

Website: https://vintageheights.com.ng

1 Comment
  1. Tuesday says

    One of the things that helped was that we got a plastic box, about the size of a shoe box, for each bathroom. Before we went out somewhere, we would try to remember to collect everything from each bathroom countertop (except a soap dispenser, and maybe one decorative thing), put the stuff in the respective box for that bathroom, and then put the box in a cabinet. Another little thing we had be careful about in the bathrooms was to have only really nice towels hanging on the racks. 

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