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As part of effort to make affordable housing accessible to the people, one of the foremost real estate companies in Ogun state, IAS unique Homes and Properties has opened a new branch of its office at Mechanic Village in Laderin area of the state.
PLATFORM TIMES reports that the office was reportedly opened so that the artisans at the Mechanic Village can easily access opportunities from the company which include buying of land, savings, among others.
PLATFORM TIMES further reports that the IAS unique Homes and Properties also extended partnership with the Ogun state chapter of Nigeria Automobile Technicians Association.
Speaking at the commissioning ceremony, the Chief Executive Officer of IAS unique Homes and Properties, Ayobami Adelani expressed readiness to work with the NATA so as to ensure all artisans own properties they can fall back on in old age.
Adelani fondly called Obapedepede noted that the company is doing everything to make life easy for this less privilege in the society.
He added the passion in putting smiles on people made the company engage in different businesses that will be of impact to the people.
He however said the company will build offices in different mechanic villages across the state so as to make the company accessible to the artisans.
He further said, “I am always pained with one thing about artisans. They get weak and tired as old age comes in. Old age always send artisans out of work.
“Even if you don’t want to leave, old age will make us leave. What we can always rely on during old age is properties so far it is not fraud.
“We are ready to work with you with open arm. We will not disappoint you. We are reliable and you can always trust us.
“We have other businesses, we want you to also patronize it.”
In his remarks, the state chairman of NATA, Adeleke Balogun said the association decided to partner with IAS Unique Homes and Properties because of his reliability.
Balogun who claimed a lot of research has been done on the company noted that investigation revealed IAS can be trusted in terms of acquiring land.
The NATA chairman also boasted that the association has over 80,000 registered and unregistered members across the state.
His words, “it is not only IAS that is selling land or house. We have known a lot of estate companies that we have discussed with. When they bring any new initiatives, we always try to verify before we accept.
“We did investigation and we discovered from our findings that the company is reliable and trustworthy.
“We went to IAS office without notifying them. NATA is the association with the largest population, we have over 60,000 members who we have data and we have about 20,000 that are members, but not registered.
“As a leader with that kind of large association, I need to verify to make sure I will not put our members in trouble.”
Speaking on the new office built at the Mechanic Village, Balogun added, “it was not IAS that said they want to build office here, we were the one that suggested it and we appreciated them for listening to us.
“We want them to have offices in our mechanic villages so that our members can easily get a land. If we have offices in our villages, it will make people have access to it. People can just go to the office when they have money to pay for the land installment.”
The NATA chairman however advised members to take use of the opportunity in ensuring they own a land.
He also charged them to plan for their old age, stressing that they need to invest when they have capacity to work.