PARK VIEW ESTATE
(1) Tastefully finishedand brand new 4 Bedroom terrace duplex with swimming pool and gym.
LEKKKI PHASE 1
(1)*Tastefully finished and well structured 4 Bedroomsemi detach duplex on Oladimeji Alao Street, Lekki 1. *Title: C of O Price: 120m.
FOR SALE AT VGC
(1) 5 Bedroom Detach Duplex with 2 Bedroom B/Q at VGC on Close 56
Price: 100 Million Naira
(1) 675 Sqm Price: 19M
(1) 800 Sqm Corner Price: 80M
(1) 3 Bedroom Flat Cluster B on 4th Floor.
OTEDO OFF FREEDOM WAY LEKKI PHASE 1
(1) Plot Measuring 3900sqm Price: 420M
(2) Plot Measuring 900Sqm Price: 90M
(3) Plot of Land Measuring 600sqm. Price: 70M
BOURDILON COURT CHEVRON DRIVE
(1) 3 Bedroom Flat.
AJAYI APATA ESTATE BESIDE CROWN ESYATW ON LEKKI WOW EXP
(1). Plot of Land Measuring 853 Sqm. Price: 15M Title: Governor’s consent.
IKOTA SHOPPING COMPLEX
1 Unit of Shop Space on Road 1. Price: 6M Net.
SEASIDE ESTATE, BADORE, AJAH
4 Units of Brand New and Tastefully 3 Bedroom Flat. Price: 75M FOR THE 4 FLATS
(1) 4 Bedroom Terrace Duplex at Park View Estate (Self service). Rent: 5M
(2) 4 Bedroom Detach House well finished with 2 room in VGC. Rent: 5M
(3) 3 Bedroom Flat at Seaside Estate Badore, Ajah. Rent: 900k Per Annum
(4) 3 Bedroom Terrace Duplex on Road 10 Lekki Gardens Estate Phase 2 Ajah. Rent: 1.5M
Details plz contact: Property 4 Al.
☎: 08099900023, 08033636504
Now Selling at Buene Vista Estate
2 Units of Architectural masterpiece design 4Bedroom Terrace Duplex with BQ, All Room En-suite, and other features:
– Television in the living room and kitchen
– Fitted Kitchen, Gas Cooker, Heat Extractor, Oven etc
– Modern Interior Design, Armoured Security Doors
– Jacuzzi, Washing Machine, Wash Hand Basin,
– Dinning Area, Fitted Wardrobes
– Marble Floors, Air-Conditioning Units
– Ample Parking Space
– Centra Water Treatment Plant, CCTV Camera
– Playing ground for children
– Paved & Access Road, 247 Secuirty post
Location: Buene Vista Estate off Chevron Toll gate by Orchid Road Lekki Lagos
Price: N45million & N49million
NOTE: 24hours inspection notice, No client, No inspection.
Well finished 4 bedroom Duplex with, 3 living rooms, standard wine bar, walk-in closets, beautiful lawn, Jacuzzi, laundry room, a bq, fitted kitchen, large car space and space for swimming pool at Pinnock Beach Estate going for 125m asking. Contact Primeclime Ltd. 7 Bishop Aboyade Cole street, Victoria Island Lagos 2348062074002
Now Letting A warehouse measuring 431sqm located along Colliery Avenue, G.R.A Enugu State. Rent: 3.5 Million per annum For Enquiries contact: Ezeh Ezeh
ZERO DRAFT NATIONAL LAND POLICY
This was published by ministry of land and urban development, this policy explains the functions of land use, the goals, objectives and strategies of the use of Land in Nigeria.
View the National Land Policy on the link below
By Yinka Kolawole, with agency report When acquiring a property, you have to take necessary steps to ensure that what you are buying is genuine. Then you have to obtain the proper title if none existed before or perfect the title as the case may be. Obtaining the Governor’s consent to all land transactions is a means of perfecting land titles. Consent The Land Use Act of 1978 puts all land in a State; town and rural area under the control of the Governor and Local Government Chairman, respectively, in trust for the people of the state. Consequent upon this, section 22 of the Act then states that, “it shall not be lawful for the holder of a statutory Right of Occupancy granted by the Governor to alienate his Right of Occupancy or any part thereof by assignment, sublease etc without the prior consent of the Governor”. Simply put, even though a property has Certificate of Occupancy which makes the beneficiary the legal interest holder on the land for 99 years or the residue, if he decides to resell, mortgage or do anything with the property, since the land is held in trust by the state government, the Governor needs to approve the transaction. In other words, the first person on a land is the only person or group of persons entitled to obtain a Certificate of Occupancy. Every subsequent buyer of that land must get a Governor’s consent. There can only be one Owner of the Certificate of Occupancy on that land and it will not be replicated for another person once the land has been sold or transferred to another person. Process The process that accompanies the issuance of Governor’s consent in Lagos State is usually carried out in the Ministry of Lands. The following documents are required for the purpose of obtaining Governor’s consent: Dated letter of application with addresses and phone numbers; Duly completed form 1c. The form must be dated and signed by the parties to the transaction and sworn to before a Magistrate or Notary Public; Certified true copy of grantors title document; Grantors’ tax clearance certificate /developmental levy receipt and; Grantees’ tax clearance certificate/developmental levy receipt. Others are: Four copies of duly executed sublease, deed of assignment (with survey plans attached in each copy), mortgages or power of attorney; Chartable survey plans; Evidence of payment of charting, endorsement, and form 1c; Evidence of payment of ground rent/land use charge; Letter of confirmation of payment of capital contribution from NTDA in respect of Lekki peninsula schemes 1 and 2, Abijo GRA, Isheri North and other affected government schemes and; Building plan or photograph of the property. Cost After submitting the first set of deed of assignment and survey plan, internal scrutiny of the documents submitted is carried out. Thereafter, the documents are sent to the Surveyor General’s office for charting. If there are no defects in the survey plan, a clean report is sent to the Lands Bureau and a demand notice is issued to the applicant for the following fees: Consent fee – 8 percent of assessed value of the property; Capital gains tax – 2 percent of assessed value of the property; Stamp Duty fee – 2 percent of assessed value of the property; Registration fee – 3 percent of assessed value of the property and; Current tax clearance certificates of the parties to the property transaction. If you have none, an assessment is raised immediately for you. Finally, your application (document) is sent to any of the commissioners that are specifically designated for that purpose to append their signature. When this has been done, it is sent back to the applicant to do stamp duty and final registration. Your deed of assignment then becomes Governor’s Consent; it is now a registered title. It’s the registered title that is called deed.