Low Income Housing
for Staffs and Cooperatives in Nigeria
What’s the use of a bare land?, instead subscribe to our low income housing and build houses for your members or staffs, with affordable monthly installments.
Let's help you develop your land into a home or deliver one for you in any of our estates
Pick or give us your house designs
Deposit 10% of the total cost
Spread your balance in installments
Pay up-to 60% and PACK-IN
Low Income Housing Categories in Nigeria
Low-cost and affordable houses, block work and roofing only, no fittings nor finishing.
Therefore, it’s suitable for low income staffs in Nigeria
Finished houses with basic finishing, painted in and out with fittings.
However, fittings and accessories are basic, suitable for middle income staffs in Nigeria.
What's the requirement for staffs or cooperatives?
Individual staffs can apply, either employed or self-employed. Cooperatives can enjoy low interest mortgages and longer payment durations.
Are you planning to buy land?, that's a mistake!
- Staffs and cooperatives acquire land and don’t develop, you don’t need a land what you need is a house.
- Build in bulk and spread the payment, convenient and affordable for low income cooperatives and staffs.
- Depending, same house design can be built for bungalows or duplexes, enforcing uniformity and strict standards.
- For cooperatives, they won’t build individually but collectively, thereby reducing cost which is very important for low income staffs.
- Have you been contributing to NHF (Nigeria Housing Fund)?, enjoy our low income housing for staffs and cooperatives via mortgage assistance and repay for up to 15 years.
You don't belong to a Cooperative?
We build for individuals too, if you’re employed, you can also enjoy same benefits as cooperative by applying in a group of colleagues or friends (5 and above).
Book for a presentation with us
Let’s meet and discuss about payment plans, prices and house designs you want for your cooperatives or staffs. Our low income housing applies for individuals, cooperatives and Nigerians (home and abroad) who intend to have a house.