Lagos State Government Land for Sale Lagos Nigeria
Lagos state government land for sale Lagos Nigeria.
Buy Lagos state government land for sale with C of O and have peace of mind. This saves you the troubles from Omoniles who make life unbearable for people developing their land.
They come poised for battle.
They disrupt construction work, chase away your workers, and even seize construction tools until you meet their demands.
The shortest term for them is . . . Local Mafia.
Your best bet is to avoid them altogether by purchasing government owned land. These lands are sold through the bureau of lands of Lagos state with offices located at Alausa.
See details of Lagos state government land for sale below.
Lagos State Government Land Available
1.SUNNYFIELD RESIDENTIAL SCHEME, ILOGBO, BADAGRY: (N285, 000)
5. VALLEY VIEW RESIDENTIAL SCHEME AGBOWA (196,000)
Survey fee: N50, 000Registration/ conveyance fee: N 7,500Land charges: N38, 500Capital contribution N100, 000TOTAL N196, 00
POTENTIALS: SAME AS OKO-ORISUN EPE
6. IGBOGBO GRA SCHEME IKORODU (N455, 000)
Survey fee: N75, 000Registration/ conveyance fee: N 8,500Land charges: N 6,012Capital contribution N356, 400TOTAL N455, 412
POTENTIALS: with the rapid growing rate of ikorodu town and the forth coming forth mainland bridge which will link ikorodu to the island directly here is where you should put your money because your mouth will definitely be here
P.S: We do not deal in Lagos state government lands. Go to bureau of lands at Alausa to collect the application form and get details of the procedure for government land purchase.
P.P.S: These were the prices as at the time this article was posted. And there were still plots of land available when this article came live online. By the time you read this, things may have changed. Verify with the Lagos state land bureau.
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