Paradise Investment Network Cooperative, PINCOOP, has introduced an all-inclusive opportunity for Nigerians across all strata to invest and own property in the booming real estate market in Nigeria.

At PINCOOP real estate cooperative society in Lagos, opportunities are opened for all Nigerians irrespective of status and income level to become real estate investors and own property of their choice in the country, according to a statement from the company.

PINCOOP’s 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 property at choice areas, which was almost impossible to afford for low-income earners.

“Some years ago, I was keen on investing in real estate market in Lagos, but it became increasingly difficult because property are extremely expensive in choice areas. I was only left with property in the outskirts of the city. It’s like a situation whereby the rich get richer and the poor get just the crumbs. But because I had my money, I decided to venture into the real estate market. There, I found out that I couldn’t invest in some developed property in prime locations,” Christy explained, while narrating why she founded PINCOOP.

getting richer while the poor get the crumbs. With as low as N50,000, low-income earners like the market traders and artisans could become proud property owners in Lagos and beyond.

This is why PINCOOP is basically disrupting the real estate marketplace so that everybody will get a share of interest regardless of income level”, PINCOOP boss stated.

Azeez Sadiq and Olorunkemi Salau, both Community Development Officers at Eti Osa Local Government Area, Lagos, presented PINCOOP pioneer members with certificate of registration and recognition.