To weather the storm of a challenging environment on your path to succeeding in your real estate business, there are some practical guides you should equip yourself with. The next edition of Debo Adejana’s Quaterly Real Estate Seminar offers this opportunity.
Imagine a situation where three people of varying backgrounds decide to go for a musical concert in Ogba with Oshodi as their starting point. Usually, anyone that has to take a trip to Ogba from Oshodi is confronted with a barrage of options just like most destinations in Lagos.
Emeka may decide to stop at Oshodi-Oke, walk a few metres to avoid the ‘KAI’ guys if he decides not to take the pedestrian bridge then cross over to the other side of the road and takes a direct bus to Ogba, parting with 200 naira only. Tiwa on the other hand may choose to take a very long walk to Oshodi Isale, then takes a bus to Ogba for 150 naira. While Tamuno, may want to avoid the Oshodi madness by going through Ikeja for a fare of 100 naira, then takes a bus to Ogba for 100 naira.
The difference in all of these is the fare and the routes the trio decide to take. Albeit, one unifying factor is that they all planned their trip beforehand. This is the same way we tackle life’s challenges, and Real estate is not any different.
Bottom line: You can’t achieve success without a plan which usually aligns with some practical guides that should come handy.
In fact a person with a plan without a guide is like a ship without a rudder, not even when a storm is brewing.
Invariably, having a plan without a guide will only ensure you stay too much on that plan especially when you are thrown into an environment where only the fittest survives.
Would you want to spend the years you should spend succeeding, still planning?
Remember, time waits for no man. You may have lost the opportunity at your disposal while you were still planning.
- 0.1 Join the CEO of Realty Point Limited, Debo Adejana on Saturday, 11th June, 2016 as he discusses “Practical Guides To Real Estate Success In A Challenging Economy”.
- 0.1.1 REGISTER EARLY
- 0.1.2 Registration fee before Wednesday, June 8, 2016 is N2,500. Registration fee after that time and on seminar date is N4000.
- 0.2 Please send payment details to 08093930651 or to email@example.com. Wait for your PASS after sending.
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Join the CEO of Realty Point Limited, Debo Adejana on Saturday, 11th June, 2016 as he discusses “Practical Guides To Real Estate Success In A Challenging Economy”.
Debo Adejana will take you through the practical guides that should be the driving force of your real estate business; guides that will ensure you succeed regardless of the inherent bottlenecks.
That Nigeria is facing a very challenging business environment is no longer a farce. At the moment the country’s economy is under strain, depreciating by over 25 per cent in the past year. That notwithstanding this might be one of the best times to look into the Nigerian real estate market.
This is why Debo Adejana has packaged this seminar to give “all and sundry” useful insights on how to thrive in your real estate business amid the rigours of a challenging economy.
Don’t miss out of an opportunity that could set your business on a path of never-ending success. Come and learn how to do the business of Real Estate without sinking in a bad economy. It promises to be impactful, enlightening and engaging. Participants will also get the opportunity to join Debo Adejana Mentoring Forum.
Make it a date with us at the quarterly Real Estate seminar for professionals this June.
The venue is; REALTY POINT LIMITED OFFICE – 3, Olaide Benson Street, Behind 7th Day Adventist Church, Onigbongbo, Maryland, Lagos.
Registration fee before Wednesday, June 8, 2016 is N2,500. Registration fee after that time and on seminar date is N4000.
You can pay to this account:
Account Name: REALTY POINT LIMITED
Account Number: 0007754736
Bank: Guarantee Trust Bank (GTB)
Please send payment details to 08093930651 or to firstname.lastname@example.org. Wait for your PASS after sending.