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Firm seek govt partnership to bridge housing deficit in Nigeria


By Doosuur Iwambe, Abuja

Pablo luxury homes, a private  luxurious real estate firm, has called on government to join forces with reputable real estate firms in other to bridge the housing deficit in Nigeria.

Speaking during the  unveiling of  their latest housing projects design, the Chief exceutive Egwuagu Uche Kingsley (Pablo Funds), his primary focus is to see that  he bridges the housing deficit in Nigeria. 

Egwuagu whose firm is providing low cost housing for Nigerians in different parts of the country  said that government can help real estates firms by removing the bureaucracies involved in land accusations and by so doing will help firms like his to continue to provide low cost houses for Nigerians.

On how he started his real estate firm, he said it was a combination of hardwork and Gods grace.

“I started by following my uncle who is a surveyor to work on layouts and acres of community lands and it helped me know more about land development and from there i started developing my ambitions for real estate”

“I officially started my company in 2017 with the help of my elder brother who is a surveyor and from there we first acquired  layouts in Nteje, Anambra state, developed them and started selling to clients.  The rest they say is history.”

On his unique selling point, he said he is focused on making sure that an average Nigerian has a decent accomodation without paying a fortune. 

The soft spoken realtor said he has no plans to compete with big names in the real estate business. He is more concerned with building a Nigerian centric brand that will be known for providing low cost houses for Nigerians. 

“I’m not planning to compete with any big name in the real estate business, I will just put in my best and allow God do the rest”

On his philanthropic activities, Egwuagu said that he established Pablo Foundation to support young entrepreneurs in Nigeria and as well the less privileged in Nigeria .

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