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Nigeria’s real estate sector is changing with the times. The world continues to take more of its business to the digital space, and companies in the construction and housing sector are going along with this charge. And some brands within the space are taking this transformation further.

ShelterPro Limited positions itself as one of the more forward-looking enterprises in the real estate industry. The Lagos-based company isn’t just inviting its customers to engage with it online; it is building ‘smart homes’ that bring the dream of an Internet of Things to life. It wants to carve a niche in the business of futuristic home design and construction, right here in Nigeria.

In July, Connect Nigeria revealed that ShelterPro, along with other emerging brands, had made it onto its list of the country’s Top 100 SMEs. That recognition wasn’t just a nod of approval from us or our partners at Union Bank; it was the result of hundreds of votes cast in ShelterPro’s favour, by Nigerians who believed that it merited a place on the list.

ShelterPro operates in much of the real estate demand-supply chain. They are involved with selling a variety of property types, ranging from residential spaces to offices and industrial facilities. Their clients can also access consultancy, financial assessment and brokerage services from them if these are connected with the client’s real estate involvements.

If you opt to purchase a property from ShelterPro, you may start off by getting in touch with them through their contact channels. But you also have the option of registering on their website and creating an account there. This gives you access to a property design and personalization system, which allows you to choose your preferred design from a range of options.

Thanks to its partnerships with home loan providers, ShelterPro is able to offer financing and flexible payment plans to its clients. These plans provide customers with options and let them adopt an approach to payment that fits with their ability to pay.

ShelterPro’s agents also bridge the gap between other property sellers and buyers in the real estate market. Property holders who wish to find good buyers for their spaces can avail themselves of ShelterPro’s brokerage services, complete with property valuation, marketing and landlord-tenant representation.

Consultancy services and market analysis are available at ShelterPro as well. Besides the benefits tied to its brokerage, customers can also have their real estate financing options evaluated, and get a detailed analysis of possible gains from leasing their property.

If you’re interested in having a look at Shelterpro’s estates and ongoing projects, you can do so on their website. There, you’ll find a list and pictures of its properties located in various parts of Lagos and elsewhere in the country.

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This article was first published on 25th October 2018


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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