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Get Bold! Get Mad!! Get Crazy!!!

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Patrick Ogungbola
MD/ CEO, BLUEHEDGE REALTORS

The month of February

This is February 2018.

It’s been observed that when one gets to almost every state in Nigeria, you are welcomed; you will see a big signage welcoming you to the state; however, that of Lagos is different. The moment you arrive the tollgate, the three famous statues points their hands to you to emphatically remind you that: “This Is Lagos”, meaning ‘No one asked or invited you to come, it is only you that knows what brought you, so mind your business. One of our staff in the Lagos office will always say, “When you are in Lagos, you have to shine your eyes very well, and you must be sharp because Lagos takes no rubbish!!!”

Making 2018 Your Best Year Ever!

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Patrick Ogungbola
MD/ CEO, BLUEHEDGE REALTORS

Happy New Year

Hurray!!! You made it to the Year 2018. Congratulations!!!

It is with so much joy and excitement that we welcome you to this brand new year. To many, this is a much awaited year, with so much expectation. Your great goals and aspirations for this New Year shall be fulfilled. Amen!!!

An Adventure to the Gold Coast: The Experience

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Patrick Ogungbola
MD/ CEO, BLUEHEDGE REALTORS

Happy new month

A very big congratulations to you!!! You made it to the very last month in the year 2017; what a privilege. One thing we are not fully in control of as human being is ‘our life’. You may be in control of your money, you may be at the helm of affairs of a company, you may even be the ‘grand’ commander of a whole country, but unfortunately you don’t own your life, no one really knows what will happen tomorrow; not even the soothsayer and forecaster, because they also die. No amount of money can save anyone from death. Congratulations to you once again and be grateful . . . in few days’ time, we’ll be wishing each other ‘Merry Christmas and Happy New Year’.

You Can Lose Money in the Nigeria Real Estate Market

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ESV. Patrick Ogungbola
MD/ CEO, BLUEHEDGE REALTORS

Welcome November 2017

We welcome you to this beautiful month of November 2017, the second to the last month of the year. How time flies, 2017 is fast rounding up. This is a period of appraisal and inventory to know what is left to be done before the year runs out. This is also a period to round up unfinished projects and to put finishing touches to completed ones.

All Things Are Possible

Patrick Ogungbola
MD/ CEO, BLUEHEDGE REALTORS

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This is wishing you a happy new month and a happy Nigeria independence.

This time last year, the topic of our article was ‘The Real Independence’. The article is still very much relevant today, you can read it here (http://bit.ly/2dVPpWf). Truly, the real independence is ‘economic independence’.

How Can The Economy Of A Country Affect The Real Estate Market?

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Stan Edom

Several factors can either drive up or down the potentials of real estate investment. Some of them are:

The Comprehensive Guide To Real Estate Investment

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Stan Edom

The real estate industry has long been perceived as the safest haven to invest any form of business capital. This has majorly been fuelled by a spike in property valuations in countries around the world, especially Nigeria. While some countries have experienced downturns in real estate returns due to certain economic problems, some continue to enjoy greener incentives in the industry.

Guide To Buy Real Estate Property “OFF PLAN”

MAKE DOCUMENTATION A PRIORITY

Do not accept a scanty offer letter from the developer. Have a proper contract caught up with clauses on delays, default in payment, obligations of the parties and even the quality of finishing within the buildings.

10 Rock-Solid Reasons Why You Should Be Investing In Land

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Seth Williams

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, vacant land is one of the most overlooked and misunderstood real estate investments in the world.

Reasons You Should Invest In a New Home

You will make a great sense of belonging in the community

Once you own a home, you feel more attached to the society you live in. You will be more interested in what goes on around the city, the roads, schools and local market. Some people even get involved in local politics, and it is unlikely to see a tenant do that. You will be participating in other community activities as suggested by about.com and settlement.org