Everyday people are buying properties in IBEJU-LEKKI but do you know that not all the properties found in this location are legitimate? Am not wrong so note it down, don’t take it like am trying to make you buy a property or maybe to instigate fear in you, am just telling you in plain a lot of properties in this location are sham properties. Even the big names and brands that you are used to are still battling court cases with a lot of subscribers to their estate.
10 years from now I don’t know what’s going to happen when everything fully falls apart, and I don’t want you to be among them, I mean the victims of illegitimate properties.
Money is hard to come that’s why you should never lose it for anything at least if you’re buying a property you deserve something genuine.
Below are 3 steps guide on how to purchase a genuine property in IBEJU-LEKKI without falling victims to scamming and sales of illegitimate property.
3 things to know before buying any property in IBEJU-LEKKI
Below are key tips you need to lookout for before proceeding that signatory in IBEJU-LEKKI is…
- Verify the company: it is only someone that has something to lose that will protect all he has with all he’s got. So do some dig up about the company, enquire about their legitimacy, if the company doesn’t have a name believe me they won’t think twice before selling sham properties to you because they stand to lose nothing. But if it’s a company that has built name and prestige over the years they will have to think it over before considering selling sham properties to you because they know too well that they’ll be bound to lose subscribers if their name gets tarnished. A lot of people are having issues because of this, so look at this company does it have integrity or do they have anything to lose if anything goes wrong? Don’t just go around buying whatever you see online maybe due to a mouthwatering offer the property might have been tagged if not sooner or later you’ll only have to regret it and perhaps it might be too late then. So verify this companies, are they verifiable? Do they have CAC? I know that doesn’t count much but it’s something. So they don’t have integrity, they don’t have a name and they don’t have a brand to protect then you need to be careful before penning down a signature
- Work with a registered and professional surveyor: a lot of properties in this location are owned by the government so you need to get a professional and registered surveyor. let him take the coordinates of the property and be sure that the property is free from government acquisition, because if it isn’t; sooner or later the government will come for it. So it has to be free from government’s acquisition. So you need to make sure and get it confirmed that it is free from government’s acquisition.
- Demand and go through the deed of assignment of the property: who are the signatories to the deed of assignment? If you’re buying from the rural areas or the company is bought from a family, does the head of the family have a signatory to that deed of assignment? Cause if he doesn’t then you’re definitely on your own as there may be invisible troubles lurking around the property waiting for you in coming years.
Following the above stated measures we strongly believe you’re a step a head in buying problem free properties.
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