Paradise Investment Network Cooperative says it has introduced an all-inclusive opportunity for Nigerians to own a piece of the booming real estate market in Nigeria.

According to a statement by the firm, 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.

PINCOOP Founder, Christy Kanu, said the initiative is 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 at choice areas, which was out of reach for low-income earners.

“Some years ago, I was keen on investing in 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 gets 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.”

She said that in spite of the skyrocketing cost of properties in prime locations across Nigeria due to inflation and rising cost of building materials, real estate firms must find ways to devise property ownership schemes for low income earners.