The basic human needs are food, shelter, and clothing.
The good news is this . . . most people in Nigeria have all three.
They have clothes to wear, they have food to eat, and they have a roof over their head.
Unfortunately, most city dwellers do not own the house they live. They are tenants who have to live by the rules of the landlord or property owner.
Many landlords in bustling Nigeria cities like Lagos, Abuja, Port Harcourt and other large cities can be a pain in the neck.
If you're a tenant in any of the big cities in Nigeria, you understand what I mean.
So, what's preventing the majority of people from becoming landlords in view of the headache associated with being a tenant?
There are two key reasons:
1. Purchasing a house involves coughing out large amount of money at once and
2. Many potential home owners dream of building large size houses instead of starting small
The result is that many people retire from paid employment after working for 20 years or more and still do not own a house of their own.
This lack of home ownership becomes a real headache when they are retired and do not have regular income to pay for their rented accommodation.
Many retired folks quickly pack their things and relocate to their villages, the same village they abandoned 30 years (or more) earlier. Before long they're dead because they're not use to village life and they have nothing stored up for their retirement years.
Owning a house is a solid investment that will save you a lot of embarrassment now and even pay your expenses after retirement.
A house is also an investment you can pass from generation to generation. It is also a huge investment you can sell for large cash to finance other projects in the future.
So, if you don't already own a house, this is the right time to buy one.
If you already have a house of your own, this is the right time to buy one or two more.
The good news is this . . . Erimama Investment Company Ltd has made the process of home ownership dead easy.
Erimama Investment Company Ltd (http://www.nigeriaportablecabins.com) makes the process of home ownership in Nigeria dead easy by offering two important services to potential home owners:
1. The company provides low cost prefab homes at pocket-friendly prices and
2. The company offers potential home owners an opportunity to pay for their homes in installments (the installmental payment option)
This means that you can buy a small prefab home or a luxury prefab home from Erimama Investment company Ltd, depending on your financial capability.
The best part is . . . you can pay for your house over a period of 24 months or 36 months (that is, 2 or 3 years).
So, you're not under pressure to cough out all the cash at once.
This is beautiful!
Now you can buy a house at your own pace . . . even if you're a low income earner!
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