In Enugu, firm trains 160 youths on real estate

An Enugu based company, Set Reality Limited, on Sunday trained 160 Enugu youths on the rudiments of real estate business aimed at making them financially independent.

Speaking during the training which held in Enugu,the Managing Director of the company, Ugochukwu Okoronkwo, said they were motivated by the core goal of the organisation to empower youths on how to make money through real estate.

He said it was a business they could do on the side in addition to what they were doing and earn huge amount of money from it.

 I’ms to see that Nigerian youths acquire knowledge of finance and take advantage of real estate industry that will enable them make so much money to take care of their needs and people around them.

Noting that the company specialized more on human capacity development and empowerment on real estate, Okoronkwo said, “We do more of building people than building property.

Pix- Okoronkwo ( 3rd R)

“Our doors are open to anybody that wants financial empowerment as we teach and mentor them to take advantages in real estate industry,” he said.

The managing director equally urged the public to patronise their property at Prime View and Akuabata Estates at 9th Mile Enugu, assuring that they were genuine with certified documents.

Highlighting the opportunities available in real estate,  Francis Uka, the Chief Operation Officer, Set Reality, advised the participants to become a realtor- the one who broker deal between a buyer of a property and a seller for reward and commission in a real estate business.

He said they could get commission as high as five, 10 to 15 per cent of the total sum paid for a property.

“It is a business that can be done with zero amount but pays in millions of naira as well as done in their comfort zones.

“Basically, we have over 160 participants and real estate business in Enugu is very lucrative given its landmass and people from the southeast wants to own property in Enugu.

“Even with the issues of government demolition that make people apprehensive and great impact on real estate business, the industry is not slowing down as the value of landed property in the state keep jumping,” he said.

He pointed out that there was massive investment opportunities in real estate business that youths could explore.

“At the estates we have, we offtake it from the communities with understanding that we buy and sell.

“We provided survey for the property and all the registration with the ministry of lands.

A beneficiary, Esther Egbo, said the training was impactful stressing that he had benefited a lot from the company’s training.

While thanking the organisers, Egbo said youths engaging in real estate business would create them massive employment.

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