Jubilee Life unfolds home ownership scheme
ONE of the leading national mortgage institutions in the country, Jubilee Life Mortgage Bank Limited, has announced that Kings Court II Abesan Estate project in Lagos is undergoing finishing touches.
The construction work on the project commenced a couple of months ago, being financed by the bank. It comprises blocks of six units of three bedroom flats with all rooms en suite offered at N15.5 million per flat with an attractive discount for outright payment.
The multi-million naira project is located at Willie Desanya Crescent, Abesan Estate, Ipaja, which according to the company, is one of the most modern and best-finished lifestyle residential estate in Lagos Mainland.
Prospective subscribers have option of a down payment while the balance can be paid through mortgage facility.
The Executive Director of Jubilee Life Mortgage Bank Limited, Mr. Remi Olatunbode, explained that the company is developing the estate with the company’s strategic plan to enhance functional and peaceful territory that will meet the people’s hunger for good life. “Jubilee Life Mortgage Bank has completed the Kings Court II Estate Project, which have been designed, built, and crafted with purpose. The estate is expected to foster community relationship setting where each homeowner will have a beneficial relationship with neighbours,” Olatunbode noted.
He stressed said: “The homes are ideal either for the young independent executive with a beautiful eye for a quality living or a young family desirous of a safe home. Also, executive professionals, multinational firms seeking a sound investment in corporate accommodation, international or local investors seeking to add to a dynamic, high-performance quality portfolio with excellent return on investment will find homes that will match their intentions.”
Some of the features of the new apartments include open car spaces, fully fenced, Street lighting system, two transformers, well-fitted kitchen, wardrobes, good painting, bathroom with heater, interlocked compound, security features, and serene environment.
Olatunbode said the company would ensure that the estate structure keeps to its original plan. That is why an in-house facilities maintenance management plan is being put in place. He also said the housing units in Kings Court II Estate is near completion to luxury standard with top quality materials and excellent workmanship to provide class, convenience and comfort to prospective residents.
The level of workmanship is superior to that of competitive projects in the mortgage industry.
The architectural design of the building type in the housing estate provides for basic standard facilities necessary for adequate comfort.