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What Is The Cost Implications Of Living In Serviced Estates by Satoshi2019: 8:33pm On Mar 07, 2020
I'm at a crossed roads friends. I have some capital to acquire a property. A Real estate company here on the Island is offering a juicy package. But my fear is will I be able to afford the monthly / yearly dues in a service estate? I will appreciate your contributions. Especially from experience. Which is better please? Buying a house in a serviced estate OR buying /building elsewhere?



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Re: What Is The Cost Implications Of Living In Serviced Estates by chatinent(m): 8:43pm On Mar 07, 2020
I go for elsewhere. You may not meet up with the regular upkeep.

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Re: What Is The Cost Implications Of Living In Serviced Estates by HRHQueenPhil(f): 8:44pm On Mar 07, 2020
Ur fear does.not make sense. Forget it and move into the estate..that money u will make it. U are not a failure:- why shld 500k a year scare u
Re: What Is The Cost Implications Of Living In Serviced Estates by ojun50(m): 9:12pm On Mar 07, 2020
HRHQueenPhil:
Ur fear does.not make sense. Forget it and move into the estate..that money u will make it. U are not a failure:- why shld 500k a year scare u
Hmmmm
Re: What Is The Cost Implications Of Living In Serviced Estates by Heartbender: 9:13pm On Mar 07, 2020
My brother/ sister, but land and build or buy a house that doesn't have ad-ons. Do not dig a grave hoping it won't be a cemetery. Take my legal advice o

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Re: What Is The Cost Implications Of Living In Serviced Estates by Vision4God: 9:36pm On Mar 07, 2020
If u know u have sustainable investments that will generate yields equal/more than d monthly /yearly dues, then fine. But if u don't have, u will only run ur account down and @d end, ur either disconnected or u pay up.

Look at d long term effect. For me, I analyzed it, paying school fees, professional dues, religious dues, commitments here & there, car maintenance,...... Its better I know am paying rent & enjoying such services.

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Re: What Is The Cost Implications Of Living In Serviced Estates by Satoshi2019: 10:48pm On Mar 07, 2020
HRHQueenPhil:
Ur fear does.not make sense. Forget it and move into the estate..that money u will make it. U are not a failure:- why shld 500k a year scare u


Na half a million u call like that so. As a house owner or a tenant. Bros all pockets nor equal o

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Re: What Is The Cost Implications Of Living In Serviced Estates by Wickedtruths: 1:20am On Mar 08, 2020
HRHQueenPhil:
Ur fear does.not make sense. Forget it and move into the estate..that money u will make it. U are not a failure:- why shld 500k a year scare u

Christmas time
HRHQueenPhil:
I av spent 50k and still owing. I pray for divine favor unless I go drink garri for 2020

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Re: What Is The Cost Implications Of Living In Serviced Estates by raymondFirstborn(m): 2:23am On Mar 08, 2020
Satoshi2019:
I'm at a crossed roads friends. I have some capital to acquire a property. A Real estate company here on the Island is offering a juicy package. But my fear is will I be able to afford the monthly / yearly dues in a service estate? I will appreciate your contributions. Especially from experience. Which is better please? Buying a house in a serviced estate OR buying /building elsewhere?



Mods please help a hustling Nigerian. Thank you


I would advice you build your own house. The only reason the real estate company is offering a juicy package is because of the service charge.The discount they have given you on the sale ,they make up for it through the service charge.
Now what if for a start, the service charge Is affordable, then after few years they increase it, then what do you do?

If you are considering building your own house, you can hit me up on 09056082348(call & Whatsapp)

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Re: What Is The Cost Implications Of Living In Serviced Estates by HRHQueenPhil(f): 8:53am On Mar 08, 2020
Wickedtruths:


Christmas time
thank God situations has turned around in my.favor..so assholes like u cannot rejoice in someone misery,jobless bloke
Re: What Is The Cost Implications Of Living In Serviced Estates by Wickedtruths: 9:21am On Mar 08, 2020
HRHQueenPhil:
thank God situations has turned around in my.favor..so assholes like u cannot rejoice in someone misery,jobless bloke

My friend, shut up your mouth. Spent ordinary 50k and you're bankrupt, yet you are online telling someone 500k is nothing.

Don't pretend to be who you're not online, it's a very stupid thing to do.

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Re: What Is The Cost Implications Of Living In Serviced Estates by HRHQueenPhil(f): 9:32am On Mar 08, 2020
Wickedtruths:


My friend, shut up your mouth. Spent ordinary 50k and you're bankrupt, yet you are online telling someone 500k is nothing.

Don't pretend to be who you're not online, it's a very stupid thing to do.
asshole, am I suppose to tell him no, because it was once broke..can u hear urself dumb fool? So becos my situation was once unfortunate, he will experience same? Am entitled to my opinion Mr devil ..go and give the op ur own loser

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