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  There’s no shortage of real estate companies in Nigeria. For every splendidly run realty, there’s at least one that’s just above the cut-off for quality, and not a few subpar companies too. If you’re seeking one from the lot that’s available, you have plenty of work on your hands.
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But there are brands in this space that stand out from among the others. RevolutionPlus Properties is certainly in this category. Its model—including flexible payments for working-class clients – has earned it a loyal following from a public that’s typically served expensive offerings by the country’s real estate companies. RevolutionPlus was founded by Bamidele Onalaja, a serial entrepreneur who has had prior experience in the real estate sector. Back in 2004, he was Marketing Manager at a real estate firm, which he later left for a Mortgage Bank. Following his stint in banking, he set up RevolutionPlus. Today, the company is just one of several he’s established. RevolutionPlus has its projects across various segments of the real estate value chain. They are property developers, building property for sale and rent. They also sell land and houses and provide real estate advisory services. The company currently holds a large number of land and properties, predominantly situated in Lagos. Estates under development include the Royalty Park and Garden, Lekki Crystal Garden, and Champions Court, all in the Ibeju Lekki area. There’s also Royalty Garden in Abuja, Caleb’s Court, PaceSetter Estate, and Victoria Court and Garden, all in Ibadan.
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Other estates in the RevolutionPlus portfolio include the Manchester Park and Garden, and Oxford Park (both in Abeokuta), Newcastle Estate (Abuja), Emirates Seaview, Miami Beachfront (both in Ibeju Lekki), Dreamcity (Ajah, Lagos), Royal Haven Garden (Ogun State), Royal Haven Garden (Ikorodu, Lagos), Flourish Residences (Ibeju Lekki), and The Grandeur (also in Ibeju Lekki). Developments are located in Epe, Abeokuta, and Abuja as well. This company serves clients within and outside of Nigeria. There’s an international office in the United States which caters to the needs of the Nigerian diaspora who want to invest in real estate back home. There’s a registration process for persons who would like to become its agents. They can fill and submit a form that’s downloadable from the RevolutionPlus website. Bamidele Onalaja, founder and CEO of RevolutionPlus, has won several awards for the work he’s done with the brand. They include Real Estate Entrepreneur of the Year, Real Estate Personality of the Year, and Outstanding Leader of the Year. Featured Image Source: RevolutionPlus Property – Facebook
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This article was first published on 7th July 2021


Ikenna Nwachukwu holds a bachelor's degree in Economics from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka. He loves to look at the world through multiple lenses- economic, political, religious and philosophical- and to write about what he observes in a witty, yet reflective style.

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