According to the Managing Director of the company, Mr. Adeyinka Adesope, who disclosed that the incentive is borne out of the desire by the company to give satisfaction to its numerous consumers without making life difficult for them.
He said that between now and Christmas, customers can enjoy an incredible discount on each home and land purchase at Citiview Estate thereby becoming proud owner of a home in Lagos
"Citiview Estate is strategically located just less than 10 minutes away from Central Business District, Alausa, it is a perfect escape from the bustle of Lagos.
This well-planned estate is zoned into different residential schemes with appreciable thoughts towards recreational and commercial areas" Mr. Adesope
further disclosed that when Citiview Estate was introduced in 2010; a plot of land in Scheme 1 was sold for N3.8 million.
"12 months after according to him, the same plot was pegged at N5.5 million representing a staggering 69.1% appreciation," he
The Managing Director attributed this appreciation rate to continuous rapid development in the estate, provision of quality infrastructure, as well as improved accessibility and proximity to the city centre.
said that Citiview Estate is for both residents and investors who are thinking of building their houses in an urbane area with modern infrastructure and sharp communal development as the estate offers serenity and high return of investment for both residents and investors.
To this end Mr. Adeyinka Adesope
opined that, customers can have the opportunity of buying into Scheme 3 with just 10% initial deposit and spread the balance over a period of 12 months!
"This is, therefore, coming at the right time considering the rising demand for housing as a result of the ever increasing population of our urban centres, especially Lagos city, "This is also one way of supporting the Federal Government's in terms of providing homes for Nigerians."Citiview is a luxury estate and we hope to meet the housing needs of people who love luxury buildings when this project is completed," he