As part of efforts to reduce housing deficit in Lagos, Lasaco Properties has injected new housing units into the state, to assist many Lagosians dreaming to become landlords in the country’s commercial centre.
Lasaco Properties, a subsidiary of Lasaco Assurance, stated that the new property, TIARA Court in Ogudu GRA Phase II, and others being erected were ways in which the firm aimed to bridge the housing and infrastructural deficit in Nigeria.
The Managing Director/CEO, Lasaco Properties Limited, Olumide Jayeola, who disclosed this yesterday through a statement made available to newsmen, stated that they aimed to assist the Federal and State Governments address housing scarcity.
Jayeola, while disclosing the firm’s partnership with Smart Homes and Property, promised that more property would be erected to give Nigerians opportunity to live where they have dreamt about.
The Lasaco property boss noted that TIARA Court, developed with Smart Homes, has 5-bedroom fully detached on two suspended floors with each units occupying an approximate land area of 250sqm with minimum of three car parks.
According to him, the Court is positioned along an easily accessible dual carriage road networks that links occupants to Ogudu residential area and connected to Oworoshoki Express Way which leads to the Third Mainland Bridge, with easy entry to in and out of Ogudu, Lagos.
He noted that the buildings were erected and furnished with each apartment having lounge and 24 hours security and other facilities to make owners live comfortable.
Aside from that, Jayeola explained that the houses were at a strategic location where reputable schools, hospitals, malls, commercial banks and other commercials outlets were within 1kilometer reach for the occupants.
He added that anyone wishing to apply can visit www.lasacopropertiesltd.com and get more details on the property.