Nigeria’s frontline real estate development firm, Mixta Africa has unveiled a new-gated community known as Beechwood Park, which guarantees three years of rental income to prospective investors.
The estate is strategically located to benefit from the ongoing upgrade and expansion of the Lekki – Epe expressway is accessible through the Beechwood Estate, and in close proximity to the exclusive Lakowe Lakes Golf and Country Estate in Lagos.
Upon completion of Phase 1, the estate would have 120 housing units and similar to the existing Beechwood Estate which has a solid infrastructure that has lasted for almost 15 years. The new estate consists of serviced plots as well as two and three-bedroom bungalows.
Already, development has started on site and progress is being made daily. Infrastructures are also visible and would be upgraded as the company continues on the development process.
Specifically, a unique feature of the estate is the innovative idea of buy and get three years’ rent. The idea provides a unique opportunity for the savvy investor to earn immediate returns on investment. The scheme guarantees up to three years of rental income on the two-bedroom bungalow units.
“We only recently launched this scheme and it has so far been very well received especially by people looking to partner with credible real estate companies in order to earn good returns on their investments, according to the Head, Marketing and Corporate Communications, Mixta Nigeria, Mrs. Funmi Akinwolemiwa. She disclosed that other benefits and attractions to the estate is the opportunity to live in a fully serviced estate with good infrastructure and around a growing community of people.
Considering the flooding experiences during the rainy season in that axis, and mitigate adopted against floods and erosion. Akinwolemiwa revealed that after over 20 years of experience developing housing in Nigeria, none of their estate’s flood till date. She said: “This won’t be any different. We have put in place the necessary infrastructure to ensure our estates maintain the standard we have always embraced.”