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Gracias Emarald

Gracias Emerald Estate, Abijo

It is no longer news that Abijo is the next big thing happening on the Lekki-Epe Expressway axis, after Ajah and Sangotedo. The rate of developmental activities going on here is unprecedented. And the cost of acquiring a plot of land here has gone up to as much as N8m per plot.
However, we are bringing you a flash sale on our newly launched *Gracias Emerald Estate* located right opposite the Abijo GRA.
The estate is designed to merge nature with architectural masterpieces. A feeling of home away from home, is what you get in this ultra modern estate.
Caleb British International School
Abijo GRA
Corona International Schools
Greensprings Schools
Lufasi Park
Novare Mall ShopRite
*PRICE:* 600sqms (N4.8m – Outright -All Inclusive)
*TITLE:* Excision in Process (KL-9726)
This is the cheapest you can get in that axis.
The rush has begun….
Lock down your own plot today with N2.5m initial deposit
For further inquiries, inspection and purchase, contact us today info@globalafricaninvestorsalliance.com
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The Claridge 1


The Claridge 1, is a state of the art estate, designed to offer residents great life style, value and viable investment proposition. Located strategically on a dry flat expanse of land where nature and architectural ingenuity marry seamlessly, this ultra mordern and highly secure estate, is a delight to any investor and lover of class.
The value appreciation rate of this estate is astronomical, as it is in the center of both commercial and economic activities, yet far enough to avoid any downsides.
The Claridge 1 is located right behind the Novare Mall ShopRite Sangotedo, and in the same vicinity with the Catholic Monastery, Jubilee Estate, Emperor Estate, and several other estates and developments.
Behind Novare Mall ShopRite Sangotedo.
8 mins  from the ShopRite.
N14.5m for 600sqms
N7.5m for 300sqms
C of O
For more information, enquiries and inspection, kindly contact info@globalafricaninvestorsalliance.com
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Gracias Gardens Sch 3

Gracias Gardens Scheme 3

This estate is beautifully designed to deliver modern technology and natural serenity in a seamless marriage, proposed to redefine estate living standards.
The state of the art facilities in this ultra modern gated and secure community, will ensure a home-indeed feeling for residents, with high level security that guarantees peace of mind to residents.
Along the Ise Town Tarred Road, Ibeju-Lekki
Good  road network
Drainage system
Recreational areas
Portable Water
Fenced and gated community
La’Campaigne Tropicana Resorts
Chinese Farm
Lekki Free Trade Zone
Dangote Refinery Complex
Deep Sea Port
New International Airport
Several Gated Estates
Several Beaches
PRICE: N850k (600sqms)
PRICE: N570k (400sqms)
TITLE: Reg. Survey & Deed Of Assignment; Excision in Process
Contact us for more information: info@globalafricaninvestorsalliance.com
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The Grandeur


Located right in the heart of the Abijo G.R.A is this beautiful, elegant and majestic property. It is in a serene environment on 100% dry land. It has good road network and comes cheap for a property in the G.R.A
With *THE GRANDEUR* you can start the process of fulfilling your dream home/investment.
—Novarre Mall
—Lufasi Nature Park
—Interlocked & Paved Roads
—Closeness To The Lekki-Epe Expressway
—Corona School
—Caleb British Int’l School
—Chalcedony School
—RainOil Filling Station
600 sqms — N13m
450 sqms — N9.5m
300 sqms — N6.5m
Contact us for more information: Info@globalafricaninvestorsalliance.com
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NEW Kid on the Market





Located right behind the Novare Mall ShopRite, off Monastery Road, this exquisite blocks of 1 & 2 Bedroom Apartments are second to none as regards the comfort, ambience and functionality required for a residential apartment.

The tranquility and aesthetics in and around this estate make it a home indeed for all.


For investors, rental income acruable from this apartment is amazing, as its location is central to the VGC – Ajah – Lekki – Ibeju-Lekki corridor.



Off Monastery Road, Behind Novare Mall ShopRite Sangotedo.



  • Novare Mall ShopRite
  • Catholic Monastery
  • Jubilee Estate
  • Diamond Estate
  • Lagos Business School
  • Caleb British International School
  • Artican Beach
  • Skymall Sangotedo
  • Lufasi Nature Park
  • Other Fenced & Gated Estates


*TITLE:* C of O




1 Bedroom Apartment – *N9.5m*

2 Bedroom Apartment – *N11m*

*NB:* *_Make 50% Initial Deposit (Spread Balance Over 3 Months) And Get N1m Discount_*


*6 Months Payment Plan:*

1 Bedroom Apartment – N9.5m

2 Bedroom Apartment – N11m

Pay 20% Deposit, Spread Balance Over 6 Months


*12 Months Payment Plan:*

1 Bedroom Apartment – N10m

2 Bedroom Apartment – N11.5m

Pay 20% Deposit, Spread Balance Over 12 Months




1 Bedroom Apartment – *N11.5m*

2 Bedroom Apartment – *N14m*

*NB:* *_Make 50% Initial Deposit (Spread Balance Over 3 Months) And Get N1m Discount_*


*6 Months Payment Plan:*

1 Bedroom Apartment – N11.5m

2 Bedroom Apartment – N14m

Pay 20% Deposit, Spread Balance Over 6 Months



*12 Months Payment Plan:*

1 Bedroom Apartment – N12m

2 Bedroom Apartment – N14.5m

Pay 20% Deposit, Spread Balance Over 12 Months


For inspection and further details kindly contact us info@globalafricaninvestorsalliance.com


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The Estate by Pennek



The Estate by Pennek is located along Abraham Adesanya Road, less than 2 min from the Abraham Adesanya Roundabout, Ajah.


This “Buy & Build” estate will perfectly suit any family, as schools, green areas and business districts are well laid out. It boasts of recreational facilities that are second to none. No worries about your kids.


With over 50% investment increase quarterly, The Estate by Pennek is a perfect investment spot. Situated opposite the Lekki Scheme 2, and just walking distance from other fully functional and inhabited estates like Abraham Adesanya Estate, Inoyo Estate etc, and other upcoming estates, it  is proposed to be finished to a high spec quality ambience, street lights, green areas, good road networks etc!


Whether for high return on investment or increased luxury living, *The Estate by Pennek is the perfect place!*


Secure your own plot(s) NOW!



– Good Road Network

– Street Lights

– Gated & Secured Environment

– Sports Corridors

– Landscaping

– Shopping centres.




v The estate will appreciate by over 150% in 12 months.

v Excellent location, 7 minutes to VGC

v Excellent facilities

v Good title

v Free from any known government acquisition.




* Lekki Scheme 2

* Inoyo Estate

* Abraham Adesanya Estate

*Artican Beach & Other Beaches

* The Lagos Business School & Pan Atlantic University Sangotedo

* Novare Mall, ShopRiteSangotedo – The largest shopping mall in Lagos.

* Emperor Estate, Sangotedo – One of the most expensive housing estate in Lagos.

* Ikota Shopping Complex

* And many others.



C of O & Governor’s Consent






N22m (All Inclusive)


For more information, please contact us info@globalafricaninvestorsalliance.com


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Lavadia, Urban Prime One

LAVADIA is located inside Urban Prime One, which is located along Abraham Adesanya Road. It is designed to be a home destination for everyone seeking natural tranquillity and clean aesthetics. It is the ultimate spot for rest and restoration.
Location: Abraham Adesanya
Title: C of O
1 Bedroom Apartment – N13m
2 Bedroom Apartment – N18.5m
2 Bedroom Terrace – N25m
3 Bedroom Terrace – N30m
4 Bedroom Semi-Detached Duplex – N52m
Initial Deposit: N5m
Payment Plan: Up to 18 months
*Neighbourhood Landmarks:*
• Lekki Scheme 2
• Inoyo Havens
• Abraham Adesanya Estate
• Chaplain Court
• Lagos Business School
• Caleb British International School
• Artican Beach
• Barracuda Beach
• Lekki Miami Beach Resort
• MX Film and Multimedia Academy
• Novare Mall
• Lufasi Nature Park
Development Timeline:
6 months for outright payments
2 years for installments
For more information please contact us info@globalafricaninvestorsalliance.com
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Luxury Must Not Be Expensive!

Introducing *Fairfield Apartments Abijo*
Located in the heart of Abijo, opposite the Abijo GRA, this exquisite luxury apartments are designed with you in mind, to give you that home away from from feeling, while guaranteeing maximum rental income returns.
1 Bedroom Finished Apartment*
*Price:* N7m
(Deposit N2.5m, Spread Balance Over 12 Months)
 Bedroom Finished Apartment*
*Price:* N10.5m
(Deposit N2.5m, Spread Balance Over 12 Months)
 Bedroom Suite Finished Apartment*
*Price:* N12m
(Deposit N2.5m, Spread Balance Over 12 Months)
3 Bedroom Finished Apartment*
*Price:* N12.5m
(Deposit N3.5m, Spread Balance Over 12 Months)
3 Bedroom Finished Penthouse Apartment*
*Price:* N15m
(Deposit N3.5m, Spread Balance Over 12 Months)
 Bedroom Finished Masionette*
*Price:* N16m
(Deposit N5m, Spread Balance Over 12 Months)
 Bedroom Finished Masionette*
*Price:* N19.5m
(Deposit N5m, Spread Balance Over 12 Months)
*Good deals like this don’t last long….they sell out fast*
For inspections and further details, contact info@globalafricaninvestorsalliance.com
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 *LOCATION:* Sangotedo
Westwood Nooks promises to be a sophisticated and luxurious home with precision, quality and lifestyle. Homes that reflects that magical merging of inspiration and architecture. The estate is a masterpiece of design and craftsmanship featuring (magnificent layout, visitors’ park, green area and lots more).
– Novare mall
– Lufasi nature park
– Lekki conservation centre
–  V.G.C
– Green springs school
*Highlights and proposed features*
– Good road network
– Gated and secured environment
– Smart features
– CCTV Cameras
– Functional space
– Street lights
– Crystal clear water
– Security systems and lots more
*TITLE:* Certificate of Occupancy
1 bedroom apartment: N12, 500, 000
2 bedroom apartment: N17, 500, 000
2 bedroom terraces: N26, 000, 000
4 bedroom semi-detached mini duplexes: N48, 000, 000
4 bedroom semi-detached maxi duplexes: N52, 000, 000
*Payment plan available for up to 18months*
For further details, kindly email us at info@globalafricaninvestorsalliance.com
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8 Important Things To Know Before You Buy Nigerian Property

If you are considering buying property or land in Nigeria, there are some important things to know about the culture.

You can find all kinds of properties available for sale and for rent, but it’s tough to understand the smaller nuances of the culture without making a visit.

In this article, we’ll share a few important things to note before taking the leap to relocate your family to Nigeria. If you are only purchasing investment property, these are less important to know.

However, they can still be beneficial as you decide where you’re going to invest. Of course, this ultimately depends on your priorities (cost, schooling, climate, population, closeness to conveniences, facilities, etc).

Nigerian Neighborhoods

First, let’s break down the most popular neighborhoods, and why people choose to live there. Lagos is known for many things and is a true representation of Africa’s middle class. Most people are employed, have their own homes, families, hobbies, and there are countless things to do in the city.


Ikoyi is arguably the best place to live in Lagos.

Known to house the rich and wealthy, this city is the best place to be if you’re well off. The crime rate in Ikoyi is almost non-existent and the city doesn’t cut corners when it comes to security. Whether you are raising children or looking for a stable investment property, there are many good schools, Montessori schools, and universities in Ikoyi.

Further, The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA), the World Health Organisation (WHO), the Nigerian Government Presidential Secretariat and the Deputy-Governor of Lagos State all live in the city of Ikoyi, Lagos.

If there was a national emergency, this would likely be the safest retreat.

Ikoyi is a convenient place to do business, and many foreign travelers stop through this city. The only downside we can think of when it comes to this city is the frequent traffic gridlock.


Lekki is right by Victoria Island. Known for its upscale nightclubs, bars, malls, hotels, galleries, and cinemas, this one is a popular tourist destination. As a result, it is safer than many other cities in the world. Lekki has also got the best beaches you can visit in Lagos.

There are numerous thoughtfully arranged apartment complexes and every convenience you can imagine in a 1st world country. There are supermarkets, stores, eateries, and restaurants, as well as an Oriental Hotel, Baylounge, Hard Rock Café, and the Landmark Centre. This is where most of the reality TV shows shoot the live’s of the wealthy population of Nigeria.

Victoria Island

Just like Lekki and Ikoyi, Victoria Island (V.I) is also a great place to live or do business. With many corporate headquarters of big businesses in Lagos since 1995, Victoria Island has a notable elite population.

It is also the principal financial center of Lagos. There are many bank headquarters, making Victoria Island the smartest place to start a business in Lagos.


Ikeja is the capital of Lagos and one of the most populated cities.

Additionally, Ikeja is regarded as the center of business in Lagos. If you have an established business or ample capital to get your business off the ground, its not a bad idea to start here. Ikeja is a well planned, clean, and quiet residential community in Lagos.

It’s a short drive away from all the excitement of the city, without the gridlock traffic.

The most popular areas in Ikeja include:

  • Ojodu,
  • Opebi,
  • Akiode,
  • Alausa,
  • Agidingbi,
  • Magodo &
  • Maryland.


We love selling properties in Ajah!

It’s just gorgeous, and one of the best opportunities for generating a return on your investment.

Ajah is very close to one of the biggest market in Lagos, and it is also one of the most beautiful places in the entire country.

This city has security, and a thriving commercial environment.

There are many well-priced estates springing up in between Ajah and Lekki, making this entire region a great place to invest and live.

Garden City

This is a trendy neighborhood. Thus, there are several toll gates you have to make way through to get here. Victoria Garden City’s gated community is one of the newest neighborhoods in Lagos. Ultimately, this area is newly developed but really nice. If you want modern facilities, posh clubs, gyms, boutiques, schools, and recreation centers – this city has everything you need.

5 Important Things To Know

So without further delay, let’s talk about the environment and culture in Nigeria. You may already know some of these pointers, but nonetheless, they are the most important to consider when buying land or property.

Nigeria is hot.

Nigeria is hot and humid!

If you’re looking for sunshine all through the year, Nigeria is generally warm and inviting.

The weather varies from place to place, but it never snows. Additionally, the high humidity makes it feel much hotter than it actually is and many people have air-conditioners in their cars, houses, and offices to avoid the sticky sweatiness that comes with hot humid weather.

The country is lively & chaotic.

We want to make this clear so that you may avoid culture shock upon arriving to the bustling city of Lagos.

Remember, Nigeria is a developing country. You might recognize aspects of the country that remind you of the roughness of Delhi, New York, London, or Rio De Janeiro. Don’t be alarmed.

In many areas just outside the chaos of the city center, the roads are untarred, the buildings are simple, and the people lead quiet agricultural lives.

You might feel like there’s no order, as some places don’t even have stable electricity or portable water.

However, many locals have generators to provide their own electricity as well as their own water supply.

This is just cultural custom, and like many cultures, people do what has always worked for them. It may look like chaos when you see arbitrary police stops on the road, unclear instructions given by the government officials, and unstable electricity. However, there’s a formula to the chaos that works for the country and makes for ample opportunity to invest in a developing, extremely populated region.

Meats & Spices

In major cities like Lagos, Nigeria — you can find Indian, Japanese, American, French, Chinese, and even Ethiopian food.

There’s actually lots and lots of Chinese food.

But also prepare for lots of meats, starches, and very spicy Nigerian food.

Pretty much everything in Nigeria is flavorful and spicy (hot).

Many restaurants can adjust the pepper level of your meal to your liking, however. Nigerian food is a true representation of the culture, offering a medley of deep, earthy, and lively flavors. Most restaurants offer vegetarian, and even vegan menu options, however, it may be difficult to adhere to other dietary restrictions like oil allergies.

Public transportation is rough.

The public transport system does not work on a strict schedule and may be overcrowded.

For more comfortable options, you can take Uber or Taxify which work seamlessly in Nigeria just like many other countries.

Money vs Cards

Some cities prefer cashless transactions and accept bank cards. However, relying on debit/credit cards can be unreliable in smaller cities and rural areas. To be safe, always carry both methods of payment. Fortunately, ATMs are available throughout the country.

Religion is important.

Nigeria is a diverse community of many cultures, languages, etc. However, one in seven people are of Nigerian descent.

Even though the country is a secular state, half of the population identifies as Christian and the other majority identifies as Muslim.

Friend groups may intermix, but do not expect people to separate their religious activities from those of their work lives.

There is also a growing Hindu community and other religious sects. The country is also well decorated with churches and mosques, but as long as you too are tolerant, people won’t have a problem with you expressing your religious views.


As mentioned, the traffic comes with city life. Like New York City, give yourself ample time to get to your destination because large cities like Lagos are very, very busy.

Get Vaccinated

This isn’t usually an issue, but it can never hurt to take precautions that will keep you healthy.

The Nigerian climate, food, flora, and fauna has a different effect on everybody.

Tropical bugs or allergens are everywhere. It’s also very warm, and the food is very spicy – so your stomach may take time to adjust. Nigeria is not any more diseased than other countries, however, residents are typically more immune to certain illnesses than visitors and foreigners. It pays to plan ahead, and protect yourself from any common diseases people from your home country have become susceptible to in Nigeria.

Once you become a local, this won’t be an issue any longer.

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