Firm introduces app for ease of doing business in real estate

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By Angela Atabo

A Firm, Logic Project Concept Ltd., says it is set to unveil a web and mobile application to enhance ease of doing business and provide affordable real estate for Nigerians.

Mr Ezinwa Nwokorie, the Chief Executive Officer of the firm, made this known  while interacting with journalists during the introduction of app in Abuja.

Nwokorie said the app known as Logic Property Market when inaugurated, would also curtail fraud and minimise hike in property charges and rentals among others.

“The idea is to create a  platform for self dealing on property, this is because one of the biggest forms of fraud today is buying and selling property.

“We looked at the challenge and having years of experience,  we were able to create this platform.

“The idea is to buy, sell at a very reliable and affordable price. Trust is everything when dealing in property, a lot of people have lost their investments in this sector

“So we are creating a platform that is safe and secure with less charges unlike what is applicable elsewhere,  where people are charged up to 15 to 20.per cent to buy or rent property.”

Nwokorie said  the concept is to work with media partners to buttress the authenticity of the project.

He said this would guarantee safety, reliability and affordability for potential investors in the real estate business.

The Logic Project Concept boss said  that the service provided would be affordable and save Nigerians money.

“With what we have been able to put together, our media team and all, it shows that there is no way an organisation like this will defraud anybody.

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“It is not possible because we are being guided by rules and regulations and the presence and the personality of each of the group protects and guides these transactions.

“I am already a trained money laundering agent with EFCC. I have undergone the training, I understand the Money Laundering Act.”

Nwokorie said with this knowledge, his business transactions would be clean and he would quickly detect when dealing with fraudulent people. (NAN)

Edited  by Chioma Ugboma/Maureen Atuonwu

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