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‘Real estate remains smartest way to build generational wealth’  | The Guardian Nigeria

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Towards ensuring that Nigerians broaden their investments in the real estate sector especially outside the shores of the country, United Kingdom-based Rehoboth Property International (RPI) has given both current and potential investors an opportunity in the market, particularly in the UK.

At a recent event, which held at The George, Ikoyi, Lagos State, and which recorded a commendable turnout of high net worth guests, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of RPI, Sanmi Adegoke, maintained that investing in real estate was the smartest way to build generational wealth.

Adegoke, who was recently awarded Property Week ‘Entrepreneur of the Year’, said: “The smartest, most sustainable way of building generational wealth is through real estate because it’s safe and tangible.

It cannot be lost, stolen nor carried away.”

At the event, RPI noted that education was the basis of wealth creation, adding that its target was on individuals interested in diversifying their property ownership portfolio in the UK.

It added that its main target was the African market, which has been considered the catalyst for bringing education to the forefront of the conversations and ensuring reinforcement to enable the right investments.

Dignitaries at the event, who were appreciated by Adegoke for creating time to attend, included Mrs. Toyin Saraki, Mr. Adeolu Adeboye, Prince Deremi Sijuwade, Mr. Tunbosun Kola-Daisi, Seun Shomole, Folusho Aina, Mr. Femi Bakre (MD/CEO Parralex Bank) and Mrs. Oguntade.



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