Safe Investing Strategy Lagos Nigeria - Free Tips For Safe Investing - Secure Your Investment!
Safe investing strategy is adopted by seasoned investors in Lagos Nigeria real estate and in other forms of investing because no one wants to lose his or her hard-earned money to some hard-hearted, inconsiderate conman.
. . . if the property does not have a good title.
If you have an eye for safe investing, you will do thorough research before investing in a property . . . residential or commercial.
Why thorough research?
Buying A Ridiculously Cheap Property
A man wanted to invest in real estate in Lagos Nigeria because he heard of the high return on investment from Lagos Nigeria real estate.
He found a really cheap property . . . a deal too good to be true.
He was told that there were several interested buyers in the property and that the first to make payment would be the eventual owner of the property. His estate agent told him that he got wind that one of the interested buyers had planned to make payment on Thursday the following week. And that he could close the deal if he paid before Thursday.
Excited about the deal and afraid of losing out, the potential investor quickly raised the money and made payment for the property.
Months later, he discovered that the property was on government acquired land and that the previous owner sold it for that price to cut his loses. Unfortunately, it was too late when he discovered this.
He made some returns from the property for a couple of years before the government came and took over. He lost over 80 percent of his investment in that deal.
Safe Real Estate Investing - Adopt It!
I hate to lose money. I suppose you are like that too.
So, what should do?
Simply Make Safe Real Estate Investing A Habit.
As they say, "if something is too good to be true, it usually is".
In particular, if you are contemplating investing in Lagos Nigeria real estate, you should . . .
1. Employ the services of a seasoned real estate agent
2. Employ the services of a real estate attorney
3. Do land search with the Lagos state government bureau of lands Alausa Ikeja (even if you are buying a house)
4. Make payment preferably with bank draft not cash. (The draft acts as proof of payment)
5. Ensure you see all the documentation (including land search report) before you buy
You deserve to enjoy the fruits of your labour. And you will if you adopt the principles of safe investing.
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