Fine & Country is on the path to building the future of real estate in Nigeria

On Friday, 27th of November, leading industry experts and economic influencers will gather to discuss what will influence and impact the future of prime residential and commercial real estate in Nigeria. The breakfast session Building the future of real estate in Nigeria: Where do skyscrapers come from? is organized by the multi award winning luxury real estate firm, Fine & Country West Africa.

Targeted at real estate developers, investors, and real estate/property enthusiasts, “Where Do Skyscrapers Come From” is an ongoing international conversation from a recent Oxford Real Estate Society project, which aims to explore the past, present and the future of Nigeria’s skylines and the requirements needed to attract the right investors, both locally and internationally.

The Nigerian Real Estate which has been rated ad the sixth largest in the economy has been on the rise and according to recent reports, there will further growth. PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) valued the real estate sector at $9.16 billion in 2014 and projects that by 2016, it will increase to $13.65 billion. With this projections in mind, real estate presents a gainful investment opportunity.

Fine & Country West Africa, a game changer in the real estate market, is a global brand, specializing in providing a premium service through exceptional marketing and professionalism in the upper quartile of the market. With high standards in the professional real estate service sector, they provide exclusive, eco-friendly and luxury homes to a wide audience.

The breakfast session which promises to provide insight into vision, strategies, insights and execution of a prime real estate boasts of an impressive panel of speakers.

Jim Ovia

The chairman, Zenith Bank Group, also owns the Quantum Luxury Properties. Featured as one of the richest men in Africa by Forbes and Ventures Africa in 2014, Ovia is an astute business man and investor.

Yinka Ogunsulire

A chartered surveyor, Ogunsulire has served as a Managing Director of Real Estate at ARM Investment Managers. Currently the CEO of Orange Island Development Company, she is regarded as a leading property development professionals in Nigeria.

Oluseyi Bickersteth

With his expertise, Bickersteth has provided advisory services to major companies in varied industries, including oil and gas, financial services and telecommunications. He is the chairman of  KPMG, a global network of professional firms providing audit, advisory and tax services.

Udo Maryanne Okonjo

Her passion about real estate as a means to wealth creation fueled her drive to earn a certificate in Effective Real Estate Marketing from Singapore. A lawyer and a member of the New York and Nigerian Bar Associations, Okonjo is the CEO/ Vice Chair of Fine & Country, West Africa.

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