LAGOS – Paradise Investment Network Coop­erative (PINCOOP) has introduced an all-inclusive opportunity for Nigerians across all strata to own a piece of the real estate market in Nigeria.

A statement by Spider and Ink Communications, the media consul­tant to the company, stated that the cooperative made the statement at its launch in Lagos.

The statement hinted that oppor­tunities are opened for all Nigerians irrespective of status and income level to become real estate investors and own properties of their choice in the country.

Christy Kanu, the founder, of PINCOOP, said that the initiative was designed to give equal opportu­nities to all Nigerians to invest their savings in the increasingly lucrative real estate sector in the country.

She stated that the launch of PINCOOP was borne out of her inability to invest in developed properties in choice areas, which was almost impossible to afford for low-income earners.

Kanu explained that she went into the real estate business because properties were becoming increas­ingly unaffordable for most Nigeri­ans, but assured that her company would solve such a challenge.

“Some years ago, I was keen on investing in the real estate market in Lagos, but it became increasingly difficult because properties are ex­tremely expensive in choice areas. I was only left with properties out­skirt of the city.
”It’s like a situation whereby the rich get richer and the poor get just the crumbs because I had my money and I went into the real estate market and I found out that I couldn’t invest in some developed property in prime locations.”