Company unveils new home ownership plan


Paradise Investment Network Cooperative says it has introduced an all-inclusive opportunity for Nigerians to own a share of the booming property market in Nigeria.

According to a statement from the company, opportunities are open to all Nigerians regardless of status and income level to become real estate investors and own the properties of their choice in the country.

PINCOOP Founder, Christy Kanu, said the initiative is designed to provide equal opportunities for all Nigerians to invest their savings in the country’s increasingly lucrative real estate sector.

She said the launch of PINCOOP was born out of her inability to invest in developed properties in prime areas, which were out of reach for low-income people.

“A few years ago I was keen to invest in the real estate market in Lagos but it became increasingly difficult as properties are extremely expensive in prime areas. on the outskirts of town.

It’s like a situation where the rich get richer and the poor get crumbs, because I had my money and I went to the real estate market and found out I couldn’t invest in a property developed in prime locations.

She said that despite the skyrocketing cost of properties in prime locations across Nigeria due to inflation and the rising cost of building materials, real estate companies need to find ways to design homeownership programs for low-income people.

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