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Nigerian properties in lagos Nigeria,for example lagos properties in these locations lekki phase 1,lekki phase 2,Ajah,Awoyaya,ibeju lekki,Lagos mainland,surulere,victoria island and ikoyi are quite more expensive than properties in anambra state for rent,one can deduce that property for rent in lagos,be it mini flat,self contain,1 room and parlour,2 bedroom duplex,3 bedroom flat, 4/5 bedroom flat are so expensive,although this brings more return on investment to an average developer in lagos,they cash out faster than their counterparts in anambra state and portharcourt.

the average mini flat in lagos island is 600k(six hundred thousand naira,the overall mini flat rent in lagos in the year 2020,is nothing less than three hundred thousand Naira,(300k).the overall mini flat rent in anambra state is one hundred and fifty thousand naira in the year 2020,( 150k).

we have the on ground situational report that a developer can make 3x profit of his investment for property for rent in lagos for possible shortest time than any other state in Nigeria.

when we begin to state the situation on property agents in lagos,one is left with the belief they might not cope with the costly situation of the city,however this is not the case,as majority of the agents in lagos are millionaires through property rental agency,for example property for rent in lagos can give an agent an average of that is above one hundred and fifty dollars (N50k),mostly the worth of the property for rent might be a million plus and they charge more than two hundred dollars for property rental agency fee.

For real estate lawyers they are properly called solicitors,they are always smiling home to the bank with agreement fee in lagos property for rent,they collect and charge as high as one hundred and fifty dollars.

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