Asaba – Delta State Government, in partnership with TURECC, an international estate construction firm, has flagged off 1,000 Housing Units. This is part of the efforts of the state government to make the state civil servants and others have their houses.
Mr. B O Omoniyi, the director and head of marketing, Delta Trust, who represented Delta State Government, said on Tuesday that since it was a right for everybody to have a house and not a privilege, it was also possible for everyone to possess the houses without stress.
While he explained that TURECC had a number of good products and vision, noting that housing was essential through investment and others, he encouraged everyone to patronise the bank, which is solely established by the Delta State Government for housing purposes, explaining that the bank had various facilities to finance any property project without hindrance to the beneficiaries.
Pastor Elvis Uto, TURECC’s director of operations, in his opening speech, averred that the firm was out to encourage everybody to invest in land property, be an investor and be able to leave something for the next generation.
According to him, there were opportunities in such packages like TURECC Own a House, TURECC Apartment, TURECC International Properties, TURECC Business, Garden City, Construction and others where would-be property owners could invest in and became property owners without stress.
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He said what is important is to have a regular income, “identify the type of two or three bedroom executive desired and from your budget choose between the Toy House Executive, Toy House Delux and Toy House Standard available.”
Uto disclosed that whether the owner of the land had started construction or not, had approval or not, it does not matter but that what was important was for the intending house owner to register with TURECC, which would perfect the other documents to the Certificate of Occupancy, C Of O.Follow Us on Social Media