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BSTAN Group Commissions Abuja Office



Grand Opening of BSTAN Group headquarters in Abuja on Friday. From left:TPL David Garnva, Member of Presidential Committee on North East Initiative. Chairman of BSTAN Group, Mr. Damilola Oke. MD/CEO of BSTAN Group, Engr. Becky Damilola-Oke. Ekiti State Governorship Aspirant & Former Speaker House of Assembly, Hon. Olufemi Bamishile. BSTAN Group Brand Consultant, Mr. Michael Amoji. BSTAN Group Brand Ambassador, Mr. Paul Play Dairo. And Rev. Sam Oye - General Overseer The Transforming Church.

In its continued effort at providing quality and affordable shelter for Nigerians and keying into federal government policy on mass housing, renowned real estate firm, BStan Group has commissioned its Abuja office.

The company has projects spread in parts of Nigeria, Ghana, and also Dubai with its hedonic strategy of housing where prospective buyers can acquire land with a flexible payment plan and also pay building with ease.

With its hedonic strategy of housing, prospective buyers can first acquire land with a flexible payment plan and also pay for building with an ease.

Speaking during a press conference in Abuja, the MD/CEO Engr. Becky Damilola-Oke, said it is unfortunate that Nigeria is facing a huge housing deficit which has grown over 17million.

She said as a result, BStan Homes is determined and passionate about creating affordable homes for every Nigerian, hence the need to expand and open its Abuja.

Responding to questions on the stringent process by Nigerians to access loans from banks to buy houses and why there are many unoccupied houses in Abuja, she said: “We are calling on Mortgage and commercial banks to reduce the high interest rates on loans. Also, a lot of developers build houses that many people cannot afford, and don’t need; we are talking about functionality.

“BStan Group builds accessible houses. We have a mortgage system with saving and loans package where Nigerians can use to access loans at zero interest. Our passion is to see housing problems solved across Nigeria and Africa,” Damilola-Oke said.

She however urged policy makers and government at all levels to do more to cater for the housing needs of the masses.



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