The real property market in Nigeria is set to receive a further boost with the hosting of the annual real estate unite summit.
The global businesses and industry stakeholders Annual Real Estate Unite Summit, which will take place at Eko Convention Center Lagos, will be hosted by 3Invest Limited next month.
The real sector is currently experiencing a significant rise to become one of the country’s most lucrative sectors, contributing up to 9% of Nigeria’s GDP in the third quarter of 2016.
According to a statement, while the central focus of the event is that of the African market and how it can harness opportunities from the investment world, Real Estate Unite is set to bridge the opportunity ‘G.A.P.S’ between different sectors of the economy such as Asset management, Hospitality Groups, Tax and Accounting, Financial Institutions and the African Property market.
‘‘The Real estate market in Africa is yet to be explored to its fullest potential. We seek to widen the arena for other viable players to be part of this global progression. This is one of our primary goals this year’’ said Ruth Obih Spokesperson, Real Estate Unite.
Other speakers include Anne Rinu – Head of Property for Standard Chartered (Nigeria & West Africa), Paul Onwuanibe – African business magnate and Chief Executive Officer for Landmark Group; an African real estate company with over 500 clients and offices in five continents and Dr. Chii Akporji – Executive Director, Corporate Strategy & Planning, Nigeria Mortgage Refinance Company.
Source: Nigeria Today