Realty Point Limited, a top real estate development in Lagos, has celebrated its twelfth years in business.
The Managing Director of the company, Gbadebo Adejana, while marking the anniversary said “we have made serving people by providing real estate solutions to them our passion this past twelve years and we have had no reason whatsoever to regret it.”
“We will like to use this opportunity to say a very big thank you to all the clients that we have been opportune to serve throughout the period. Let’s also inform the rest of the world that RPL is a company to watch out for as we trust God to take us to places far beyond what human comprehension can fathom in the years to come,” he added.
The company was established in 2005 and popularly known for its trademarked mantra – ‘Sack Your Landlord!’
With the unique offering of flexible payment to customers, the company has been able to assist Nigerians in achieving their housing goals, through its developed estates which spread across Lagos, Ogun, Nasarawa and the Federal Capital Territory.
Some of these estates include Prime Estate in New Karshi (Nasarawa), Mowe/Ofada and Igbesa (OgunState), Roseberry Estate in Alapoti-Agbara (Ogun State) and Ibeju-Lekki (Lagos State), The Harbour Estate, Lekki (Lagos) and its latest offering, Cedar Homes (in Lagos and Abuja) etc.
According to Mr. Lois Olloh, one of the company’s customers, “Realty Point Limited can be very proud of the growth they have achieved in these years. They have built a formidable company through hard work and commitment to see that everyone has an opportunity to own a home.”
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