In a bid to give reasonable homes to Nigerians, a significant part in the land business in the country, CDV Properties and Development Limited has hailed off its new activities, Apple wood 2 Estate and White oak Estate 2.
This is likewise as the organization divulged Bryan Okwara, previous Mr Nigeria and the challenger for Mr World as its envoy.
Speaking during the flag off of the projects at its head office in Lagos, Dr Charles Mba, CEO, CDV properties and Development Limited, said with the launch of these new projects, CDV is set to provide affordable homes for average Nigerians. Mba said the company expects to have more subscribers after the launch of the projects, adding that the two projects will be completed within 24 months and 18 months respectively. He disclosed that people can pay within the period of construction as the project is very economical and has a flexible payment plan. The CEO stated that the Apple wood 2 is located at Orchid road by Chevron Toll Gate Lagos, while the White oak Estate 2 shares a fence with VGC right on the regional road, Lagos. He said the project would kick off by May 2021 and people have started subscribing for it already.
While giving his comments, Bryan Okwara, the organization’s new image diplomat said he felt eager to be the brand represetative for CDV Properties and Development Limited, taking note of that his collaboration with the organization as a brand envoy will assist with intensifying what the organization is now doing, which is ensuring individuals are getting the awesome land, individual modified homes and their speculations.
“CDV properties have been known to give the absolute best of items as well as to likewise ensure speculations with them are free from any and all harm.
“Perhaps the best arrangement individuals can get is through CDV and I am ensuring that individuals are getting an incentive for their cash. We are carrying worth to purchasers and we are getting more suggestions. It feels incredible to do this with CDV. The land business is exceptionally valuable,” Okwara said.