Imperial Garden Puts Fine Real Estate in Market

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By Fadekemi Ajakaiye

Imperial Gardens has launched Imperial Court, an exquisite real estate in Lagos market.

Imperial Court, which was launched recently, is a subset of Imperial Gardens and is powered by DNJ Properties & Investment Ltd., Lagos.

The Court is located in Abijo GRA of Ibeju Lekki, and offers a total of 11 units to the public. The breakdown is 4 units of 3-bedroom semi-detached duplex with BQ; 3 units of 4-bedroom terrace; and 4 units of 4-bedroom semi-detached duplex with BQ. All the 11 units are fully finished, spacious and come with 4 parking slots each.

Imperial Court, which is a modern estate, provides a beautiful layout, with amenities for recreation. It is a gated community with per1meter fence, adequate security features and functional road layout.

The features of this court include security, good road network, electricity, playground, drainage and more. The property also comes with title Certificate of Occupancy (C of O).

At the unveiling of the Court, one of the Co-founders and Directors of DNJ Properties & Investment Ltd., Mr. John Okoria stated that “for every of our projects, we always consider our customers and will remain customer focused”, he said.

“For our finance, we depend largely on our network of marketers, who inform their clients, who see the potential involved and invest their monies. It is basically, other people’s money, we start the projects, while our investors, that is our subscribers help to finish it,” he said.

“Imperial Court, which is themed Urban Life, is in a fantastic location of Abijo GRA, and the activities of Lagos State in this area have really developed this axis,” he said.

“The project will be completed within the next 8 months and buyers can move in. Subscribers are to make an initial deposit of 20% on all of the units and a payment plan of between 6 months to 1 year. With 66% payment made, the property is allocated to the client,” he said.

“Despite the increasing cost of building materials, our project which is fully finished is still 100% local content,” he said.

“We implore for more support from the government to the real estate sector, by providing infrastructure like good roads, less strenuous building policies. It takes forever in getting building plans, which can be made seamless after application. Also, the C of O do not come that easy as well. With all these in place, our work would be a lot easier,” he said.

“Despite the increasing cost of building materials, our project which is fully finished is still 100% local content,” he said.

“We implore for more support from the government to the real estate sector, by providing infrastructure like good roads, less strenuous building policies. It takes forever in getting building plans, which can be made seamless after application. Also, the C of O do not come that easy as well. With all these in place, our work would be a lot easier,” he said.