For Dr. Augustine Onwumere, it’s a tale of one big move after the other.
The Chairman of Property World Africa Network (PWAN Group); has something new up his sleeves.
Known for his exploits in the Real Estate industry via his company, he has returned with a unique plan to reduce the prevailing housing deficit in the country to the barest minimum.
The kind hearted man is set to achieve this new goal through his PWAN Group, reputed as a single corporate entity with the largest land bank across the continent.
Dr. Onwumere, who presides over more than 25 affiliates under the group, unveiled his new move at the groundbreaking ceremony of Max Assets Phase 1, Epe, Lagos, the group’s newest exquisite estate powered by PWAN Max Business Concerns.
The project will however be in collaboration with various governments and host communities.
“We are going to partner with the government to get everything that we need here. We are already partnering with the community that sold the land to us, and we are not going to stop,” Dr. Onwumere said while unveiling the project.
Max Assets Phase 1 is strategically located along Epe-Ikorodu Expressway, a few minutes’ drive from Lekki Free Trade Zone. It sits on exceedingly dry land and arable rolling planes. Part of the attraction the location holds for prospective investors is the glimpse it offers into the rich cultural values of the Epe people.
It is a unique pilot project that offers prospective clients the chance to either buy plots and build to their tastes or own a two-bedroom, three-bedroom, terrace house and apartments in a serene country home with marvelous ambiance in a state of the art exclusive estate.
Besides, Max Assets is considered the toast of property investors considering its high chances of a quick return on investment, cheap access to all parts of Lagos and easy passage for people travelling out of the state.
Franklin Nwaigwe, the Business Development Manager of PWAN Max, also spoke about the project, saying “We all know that Epe is one of the fastest developing locations in Lagos State, so we thought deeply about it that a lot of infrastructures are coming to this place. We also noted that with its serene environment, and rich cultural values, many people will come to stay here; looking at a whole lot of things and notable social amenities.”
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