Lagos, Property, Real Estate




PRICE : NGN700,000
INITIAL – N100,000

1 – 3 MONTHS NGN775,000
NGN225,000/ MONTH

4 – 6 MONTHS NGN850,000

7 – 12 MONTHS NGN900,000

13 – 24 MONTHS NGN1,100,000


Ibeju Lekki, Property, Real Estate


East Amber is poised to set the trend in Real Estate in the region by infusing technology into everyday living.


This is a modern estate with a beautiful layout and amenities for recreation. It’s a gated community with adequate security features and functional road layout.

Location: Abijo GRA Shortly After Sangotedo Lagos

Title: Governor’s Consent


Sizes & Prices:
300sqm – N6,250,000
450sqm – N9,374,850
600sqm – N12,500,000

Installment plan is available with initial deposit of N3,000,000


Street Lights
Perimeter Fencing
Portable Water
Good Drainage
Road Network
Recreational Facilities
Gate and Secure Community

Novare Lekki Mall
Emperor Estate
Golden Park Estate
Happy Land Estate
Debiruss School
University View Estate
Readington School

For more information and inspection booking, send an email.

Ibeju Lekki, Lagos, Lekki, Property, Real Estate

9 Reason to Invest in Champion Court, Ibeju Lekki (Behind Amen Estate).

1. Good Title:

The estate has a government approved excision (excision plan number- LS/D/BK175) meaning it is free from government acquisition.

2. Proximity to key developments: Champion court is right behind the popular Amen estate and other estates.

3. Dry land:

The land at Champion court is 100% dry. With this, you’re sure to be free from the hassle of sand-filling and an over bloated construction cost as a result.

4. Instant Allocation:

Allocation of the plot of land is done as soon as the total sum for the land has been paid.


5. Security and Safety:

Champion Court is a gated community designs to keep residents safe with 24 hours security surveillance. The gated community ensures that encroachment is the least of your worries.

6. Good Accessibility:

The access road to is motorable and 10 minutes drive to the main road.

7. Modern Estate Facilities: Infrastructure such as interlocked roads, solar powered solar lights, a medical facility, recreational area, residents card access etc. will be available in this estate.

8. Serene Environment:

Champion Court  is located in a quiet and peaceful environment away from the hustle and bustle of Lagos. This is the perfect holiday home with the family.

9. Great investment opportunity:

Lands around this environment are more than double in price of Champion court and are always in high demand, because of the projected growth in economic and residential activities in the area.

For payment details and more information on how to secure a plot or more at Champion court, please send an email.


Lagos, Lekki, Property


This tastefully built brand new 5 bedroom terrace duplex is located in a very serene and friendly environment with good residential ambiance, ample parking space and good road network.

The rooms are en suite, spacious neatly tiled and fitted with wardrobes.


Oral Estate by 2nd toll gate, Ikota, Lekki (just before VGC)


Governor’s Consent


NGN63m only per unit (3 Months Payment Plan Available)



  • Contemporary living room with terrace
  • Fully fitted ad equipped kitchen with gas cooker, extractor hub, microwave and Oven
  • All rooms are ensuite
  • A master bedroom with shower and walk-in closet
  • Luxuriously tiled floors
  • Parking space for three cars
  • Armoured security doors
  • Central water system in the estate

NOTE: The apartment is self-serviced and there is no dedicated generator hence occupants will have to come up with an arrangement that benefits all.

Please send an email if you are interested.


Blog, Real Estate



A Survey Plan is a document that measures the boundary of a parcel of land to give an accurate measurement and description of that land. The people that handle survey issues are Surveyors and they are regulated by the Office of the Surveyor General in Lagos as it relates to survey issues in Lagos.

A Survey Plan must contain the following information:

  • The name of the owner of the land surveyed
  • The address or description of the land surveyed
  • The size of the land surveyed
  • The drawn out portion of the land survey and mapped out on the survey plan document
  • The beacon numbers
  • The surveyor who drew up the survey plan and the date it was drawn up
  • A stamp showing the land is either free from Government acquisition or not
Sample Survey Plan from Land Information New Zealand


The Land Use Decree of the 28th of March, 1978 vested all lands in every state of the Federation under the control of the State Governors. The Land Use Act coupled with other laws made it possible for the Governor who was now the owner of all lands in the state to actually have the power to acquire more land compulsorily for its own public purpose to provide amenities for the greater good of the citizens.

Fortunately, the government recognizes that indigenes of different sections of the country have a right to existence, a right to the land of their birth. Hence, it is customary for state government to cede a portion of land to the original owners (natives) of each area.

An Excision means basically taking a part from a whole and that part that has been excised, will be recorded and documented in the official government gazette of that state. By having it recorded into the government document, it means the land has now been gazetted.


A Gazette is an Official record book where all special government details are spelt out, detailed and recorded.

A Gazette will show the communities or villages that have been granted excision and the number of acres or hectares of land that the government has given to them. It is within those excised acres or hectares that the traditional family is entitled to sell its lands to the public and not anything outside those hectares of land given or excised to them.

A Gazette is a very powerful instrument the community owns and can replace a Certificate of Occupancy to grant title to the villagers. A community owning a gazette can only sell land to an individual within those portions that have been excised to them and the community or family head of that land has the right to sign your documents for you if you purchase land within those excised acres or hectares of land.


Sample official Lagos State Gazette


A Deed of Assignment is an agreement between the Seller of a Land or Property and a Buyer of that Land or property showing evidence that the Seller has transferred all his rights, his title, his interest and ownership of that land to that the Seller that has just bought land.

For a Deed of Assignment to be exchanged between both parties, it has to be recorded in the land registry to show legal proof that the land has exchanged hands and the public should be aware of the transaction. Such recorded Deed of Assignment come in the form of either a Governor’s Consent or Registered Conveyance


A Certificate of Occupancy (C of O), issued by the Lagos State Government, officially leases Lagos land to you, the applicant, for 99 yrs. As already indicated above, all land belongs to the Government.

A C of O however is the officially recognized Document for demonstrating Right to a Land.
What happens after 99 years? That question is still subject of debate among experts. Most have adopted a wait-and-see attitude. Others postulate that as the new owner of the land, you the buyer, can renew the certificate of occupancy when it expires.


Sample Certificate of Occupancy

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