A real estate expert, who is the chief executive officer (CEO) of ATCO Homes, Mr. Bartholomew Egbochie, has stated there is a strong connection between Gross Domestic Product(GDP) and economic contribution as well as viable investment.
He disclosed that his firm made impactful contributions to the growth of the nation’s GDP in 2021 by driving investment portfolios to boost performance of the real estate sector, adding that, the move doubled the efforts of economic contribution as inflation bites harder across the globe.
This is even as ATCO Homes chief executive officer asserted that as inflation bites harder across the globe, it is time for investors that are searching for viable investment portfolios to invest in real estate products while stressing the need to provide opportunities for investors in the industry to purchase and invest in properties with unbeatable incentives.
The realtor firm, however, was recognised by two leading media houses for their double economic contribution honour to the nation’s economy in the past two years which earned the firm an appreciable level of productivity towards impacting households income.
Egbochie was recently announced as one of Vanguard newspaper’s most impactful CEOs who has contributed to Nigeria’s GDP growth in 2021.
The award comes on the heel of a similar recognition by Guardian Newspaper which ranked Egbochie as one of the 50 Most Impactful and Award-winning CEOs that ensured the economy maintained an appreciable level of productivity with a strong impact on household incomes and investors’ confidence during a lull occasioned by the global health crisis.
Speaking on the double recognitions, Egbochie said: “we prioritise our clients and employees’ wellbeing and economic advancement. Our overall business model is woven around providing opportunities for investors in the real estate sector to purchase or invest in properties in high-growth environments. Our discounted, instalment purchase strategy and unbeatable incentives continue to open up viable channels of investments for high-end and low-end real investors.”