PHOTO: Babajide Ajorin (left); Administration/Client Service Executive, Fine and Country West Africa, Funmi Ekpenyong; Business development and Sale Officer, David Mbah; Business development and Sale consultant, Nonye Mike-Nnaji and Dennis Aribido during a media event in Lagos.
The Refined Investor Series hosted by Fine and Country and viewed as the leading Premium Real Estate forum for astute and aspiring investors to receive accurate and current market insight, will this year lead conversations addressing the myths and misconceptions about investing in Nigeria.
While exposing, and connecting investors with safe, pre-qualified real estate opportunities from the leading and most reputable Nigerian developers, the two-day international edition will attract leading Nigerian Diaspora professionals, sports stars, entrepreneurs,family office administrators,wealth advisors,and real estate enthusiasts.
According to Fine and Country, West Africa Business development and Sale consultant, Nonye Mike-Nnaji, the Refined Investor Series will showcase current and upcoming projects in the residential and commercial segment, at both the luxury and mid market segments. Guests will have an opportunity to network and access early bird real estate opportunities through ‘RIS Deal Rooms’ set up for investors.
To kick off the series, an Exclusive dinner, music and recognition will be hosted on October 6, to celebrate Nigeria’s 57th independence, visionary leaders, projects and the current advancements shaping the Nigerian Real Estate sector while encourage networking with private wealth clients.
The two-day international edition themed ‘”Take Nigeria to the World” will attract leading Nigerian Diaspora professionals, sports stars, entrepreneurs,family office administrators,wealth advisors,and real estate enthusiasts. “The Refined Investor Series will showcase current and upcoming projects in the residential and commercial segment, at both the luxury and mid market segments,” Mike-Nnaji said.
“It’s a perfect opportunity to showcase the best of Nigerian real estate and related services, especially those who have a compelling vision and story line with solid organization and services as core values. As diaspora investors have high standards, it is expected that only those projects that pass the most exacting due diligence will qualify to participate,” she said.
To encourage more real estate activities by Nigerians in diaspora, she suggested an improved and transparent/automated title system, a more efficient legal system, and the availability of week-structured mortgages and construction loans.
She said: “Investment in infrastructure and tax reads for specialized real estate, will also boost the confidence of high-level investors.It’s noteworthy that Lagos State as the nation’s main gateway to real estate investments, is leader ng the way in improving its real estate titling system. We hope that other states will follow.”
By Marc Philips