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What Are The Things To Consider When Buying A Farmland? by DUKEOFIBADAN: 5:50pm On Mar 20
Please farmers I need advice on what to consider before buying farmland for livestock and greenhouse farming ( layers, piggery and cattle) I’m interested in buying farmland in one of this location in Ogun state but I don’t know which one to choose. The first land is at isiun under obafemi owode local government which goes for #800k per acre and I intend to purchase 3 acres. The farmland is closer to the express with good road network and good mobile reception. The second land is located at alabata in Abeokuta under odeda local government, 40 minutes drive from Funnab and it goes for #250k per acre and I intend to purchase 10 acres. The farmland is 40 minutes drive from FUNNAB, manageable road network, bad mobile network reception, virgin soil for better farming. Please experience farmers in the house I need your contribution to know which farmland I should go for. Thanks in advance
Re: What Are The Things To Consider When Buying A Farmland? by CoronaVirusPro: 6:10pm On Mar 20
All I will say that, make sure you get a good title document to avoid stories that touch.
Re: What Are The Things To Consider When Buying A Farmland? by DUKEOFIBADAN: 6:32pm On Mar 20
CoronaVirusPro:
All I will say that, make sure you get a good title document to avoid stories that touch.


Thanks for the information, both lands are genuine with proper documentation and I will also involve my lawyer to avoid stories that touch like you said.

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Re: What Are The Things To Consider When Buying A Farmland? by bayfam(m): 7:11pm On Mar 20
I wish to come for inspection and join you if Alabata land has good documents

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Re: What Are The Things To Consider When Buying A Farmland? by Otiwaikuku: 8:06pm On Mar 20
DUKEOFIBADAN:
Please farmers I need advice on what to consider before buying farmland for livestock and greenhouse farming ( layers, piggery and cattle) I’m interested in buying farmland in one of this location in Ogun state but I don’t know which one to choose. The first land is at isiun under obafemi owode local government which goes for #800k per acre and I intend to purchase 3 acres. The farmland is closer to the express with good road network and good mobile reception. The second land is located at alabata in Abeokuta under odeda local government, 40 minutes drive from Funnab and it goes for #250k per acre and I intend to purchase 10 acres. The farmland is 40 minutes drive from FUNNAB, manageable road network, bad mobile network reception, virgin soil for better farming. Please experience farmers in the house I need your contribution to know which farmland I should go for. Thanks in advance

I don’t mind joining you guys .
I interested too.
There is one someone mentioned around Iseyin Oyo state and it’s far cheaper than what you mentioned here.
Re: What Are The Things To Consider When Buying A Farmland? by DUKEOFIBADAN: 9:14pm On Mar 20
bayfam:
I wish to come for inspection and join you if Alabata land has good documents


Yes the alabata land is legit, the person in charge is on nairaland and I have met him in person before. It’s cheaper because it is a 40 minutes drive from FUNNAB and the road is manageable. There is another land at alabata for 500k per acre but not 40 minutes drive from Funnab. I haven’t decide the one I should go for. I’m just waiting for the experience farmers to help me choose
Re: What Are The Things To Consider When Buying A Farmland? by DUKEOFIBADAN: 9:16pm On Mar 20
Otiwaikuku:


I don’t mind joining you guys .
I interested too.
There is one someone mentioned around Iseyin Oyo state and it’s far cheaper than what you mentioned here.

Fulani herdsmen will disturb you in Iseyin, best state to buy a farm land is ogun state because it is closer to Lagos

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Re: What Are The Things To Consider When Buying A Farmland? by Otiwaikuku: 2:18am On Mar 21
DUKEOFIBADAN:


Fulani herdsmen will disturb you in Iseyin, best state to buy a farm land is ogun state because it is closer to Lagos

Thanks for the advice .
I did like to buy in Ogun too.Pls I don’t mind if u can link me up
Re: What Are The Things To Consider When Buying A Farmland? by DUKEOFIBADAN: 2:27am On Mar 21
Otiwaikuku:


Thanks for the advice .
I did like to buy in Ogun too.Pls I don’t mind if u can link me up

After purchasing mine, I will link you up
Re: What Are The Things To Consider When Buying A Farmland? by bayfam(m): 10:36am On Mar 21
DUKEOFIBADAN:


Yes the alabata land is legit, the person in charge is on nairaland and I hetmhim in person before. It’s cheaper because it is a 40 minutes drive from FUNNAB and the road is manageable. There is another land at alabata for 500k per acre but not 40 for minutes drive from Funnab. I haven’t decide the one I should go for. I’m just waiting for the experience farmers to help me choose

So,how can. I inspecT)(
Re: What Are The Things To Consider When Buying A Farmland? by Otiwaikuku: 11:31pm On Mar 23
DUKEOFIBADAN:


After purchasing mine, I will link you up


Ok sir,I will be waiting to hear from you.Thanks
Re: What Are The Things To Consider When Buying A Farmland? by Yashita: 5:53am On Mar 25
DUKEOFIBADAN:
Please farmers I need advice on what to consider before buying farmland for livestock and greenhouse farming ( layers, piggery and cattle) I’m interested in buying farmland in one of this location in Ogun state but I don’t know which one to choose. The first land is at isiun under obafemi owode local government which goes for #800k per acre and I intend to purchase 3 acres. The farmland is closer to the express with good road network and good mobile reception. The second land is located at alabata in Abeokuta under odeda local government, 40 minutes drive from Funnab and it goes for #250k per acre and I intend to purchase 10 acres. The farmland is 40 minutes drive from FUNNAB, manageable road network, bad mobile network reception, virgin soil for better farming. Please experience farmers in the house I need your contribution to know which farmland I should go for. Thanks in advance

These farmlands seem expensive. Are there no cheaper ones like 150k per acre?

Anyway, it also depends on what you want to use it to build.

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Re: What Are The Things To Consider When Buying A Farmland? by TAYO124: 10:36am On Mar 25
In addition to legal processing you may need to do your own personal investigation with locals to ensure the piece of land is undisputed. You certainly need to consider the availability of water as poultry requires good water source.

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Re: What Are The Things To Consider When Buying A Farmland? by Otiwaikuku: 10:07pm On Mar 27
DUKEOFIBADAN:


Fulani herdsmen will disturb you in Iseyin, best state to buy a farm land is ogun state because it is closer to Lagos



DUKEOFIBADAN,I greet you sir,
What’s the latest news? Have you made a choice on the farmland to buy?
Re: What Are The Things To Consider When Buying A Farmland? by DUKEOFIBADAN: 10:28pm On Mar 27
Otiwaikuku:




DUKEOFIBADAN,I greet you sir,
What’s the latest news? Have you made a choice on the farmland to buy?

I’m going to both places this weekend with a consultant to help me decide which land to choose. I will keep you updated
Re: What Are The Things To Consider When Buying A Farmland? by DUKEOFIBADAN: 3:22pm On Apr 04
Otiwaikuku:




DUKEOFIBADAN,I greet you sir,
What’s the latest news? Have you made a choice on the farmland to buy?

Yes I have decided to buy the first land for my livestock farm because it is closer to the express and has a good road access with stable network and electricity. I will consider the second farm land later maybe for banana plantation or palm oil
Re: What Are The Things To Consider When Buying A Farmland? by Otiwaikuku: 5:54pm On Apr 04
DUKEOFIBADAN:


Yes I have decided to buy the first land for my livestock farm because it is closer to the express and has a good road access with stable network and electricity. I will consider the second farm land later maybe for banana plantation or palm oil


Congratulations.I did like to buy just 2acres.
Pls how do we link up?
Re: What Are The Things To Consider When Buying A Farmland? by DUKEOFIBADAN: 6:09pm On Apr 04
Otiwaikuku:



Congratulations.I did like to buy just 2acres.
Pls how do we link up?

When I get to their office next week to make payment, I will link you with them. It’s better you go there with someone that knows about land stuff ( Surveyor or Lawyer) I spent some money to do investigation about the land to be on safer side
Re: What Are The Things To Consider When Buying A Farmland? by Otiwaikuku: 9:34pm On Apr 04
DUKEOFIBADAN:


When I get to their office next week to make payment, I will link you with them. It’s better you go there with someone that knows about land stuff ( Surveyor or Lawyer) I spent some money to do investigation about the land to be on safer side

Pls help me out so I can leverage on your investigation.I don’t mind paying.
How many minutes is the land to Lagos?
Re: What Are The Things To Consider When Buying A Farmland? by Jeffrey1k(m): 11:41pm On Apr 05
Hello sir. Please how do I reach out to you. I’m interested in being your neighbor. Let me get 5 acres beside you let’s embark on this journey together.
DUKEOFIBADAN:
Please farmers I need advice on what to consider before buying farmland for livestock and greenhouse farming ( layers, piggery and cattle) I’m interested in buying farmland in one of this location in Ogun state but I don’t know which one to choose. The first land is at isiun under obafemi owode local government which goes for #800k per acre and I intend to purchase 3 acres. The farmland is closer to the express with good road network and good mobile reception. The second land is located at alabata in Abeokuta under odeda local government, 40 minutes drive from Funnab and it goes for #250k per acre and I intend to purchase 10 acres. The farmland is 40 minutes drive from FUNNAB, manageable road network, bad mobile network reception, virgin soil for better farming. Please experience farmers in the house I need your contribution to know which farmland I should go for. Thanks in advance

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Re: What Are The Things To Consider When Buying A Farmland? by Otiwaikuku: 8:02am On May 03
DUKEOFIBADAN:


When I get to their office next week to make payment, I will link you with them. It’s better you go there with someone that knows about land stuff ( Surveyor or Lawyer) I spent some money to do investigation about the land to be on safer side


DUKEOFIBADAN I hail you o!How is it going?
Pls do well to update us on the purchase of the farmlands.We did like to be hearing from you
Re: What Are The Things To Consider When Buying A Farmland? by DUKEOFIBADAN: 2:21pm On May 04
Otiwaikuku:



DUKEOFIBADAN I hail you o!How is it going?
Pls do well to update us on the purchase of the farmlands.We did like to be hearing from you

Those real estate company are scammers. I later bought from a village Baale direct @ the rate of 2m per acre and it is a legit land. I have my lawyer make the Deed of Agreement and I collected family receipt
Re: What Are The Things To Consider When Buying A Farmland? by Otiwaikuku: 3:41am On May 05
DUKEOFIBADAN:


Those real estate company are scammers. I later bought from a village Baale direct @ the rate of 2m per acre and it is a legit land. I have my lawyer make the Deed of Agreement and I collected family receipt


2m for an acre? Pls which area is that one?
The estate agents are reaping people off badly.
That is the reason am trying to be cautious.
Re: What Are The Things To Consider When Buying A Farmland? by DUKEOFIBADAN: 6:27am On May 05
Otiwaikuku:



2m for an acre? Pls which area is that one?
The estate agents are reaping people off badly.
That is the reason am trying to be cautious.

The village is along that Isiun/Ajura road, Obafemi Owode Local government with good motorable road and electricity. Mine is closer to the road that is why it is a bit expensive and I prefer it like that and I bought 3 acres. If I still want to buy more at the back it should be lesser than 2m. The real estate company does not even own any land in that area, the land they showed me was owned by a church who bought 100 acres. I’m thankful someone has been noticing me coming to that land bringing different people and spending money to make sure everything is okay. He called me when I went alone to see the land and he told me the land belongs to a church I didn’t believe him until he bring out his cutlass to clear some part to show me the church sign post all over the land which was not visible before. I couldn’t thank him enough, in fact I sent him good money to appreciate him. That is how I would have paid to a scam company. When I told the real estate company about the church sign post they gave me different excuse saying the inspection guy took me to the wrong place another person at their office told me sometimes they showed people land closer to their own property to let the person know what he or she will be getting. When I get to the land they claim to own, it was a jungle and too much hill and can’t be use for a livestock farm and they don’t even owned that land yet. What they do is they collect money from you and pay to the family, that means using client money to settle the family instead of buying from them outright. I don’t even like doing business with real estate companies but I just wanted to see if this will work out but now I know better. All the land I have acquired is either from Omonile or someone that want to resell.

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Re: What Are The Things To Consider When Buying A Farmland? by virtualbliss: 12:54pm On May 05
DUKEOFIBADAN:


Those real estate company are scammers. I later bought from a village Baale direct @ the rate of 2m per acre and it is a legit land. I have my lawyer make the Deed of Agreement and I collected family receipt

Hello
Thanks for the update
Pls what's the name of the real estate company?

I want to confirm if it's the same one I'm dealing with, and I have committed some money already
Re: What Are The Things To Consider When Buying A Farmland? by DUKEOFIBADAN: 1:52pm On May 05
virtualbliss:


Hello
Thanks for the update
Pls what's the name of the real estate company?

I want to confirm if it's the same one I'm dealing with, and I have committed some money already

I don’t want to call them out because I did not pay them any money and I don’t want to get sued. You can drop your email address here and I will forward the company flyer to you

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Re: What Are The Things To Consider When Buying A Farmland? by lanre2009: 2:49pm On May 05
Pls kindly forward the company flyer to me

orebayo@yahoo.com

DUKEOFIBADAN:


I don’t want to call them out because I did not pay them any money and I don’t want to get sued. You can drop your email address here and I will forward the company flyer to you
Re: What Are The Things To Consider When Buying A Farmland? by DUKEOFIBADAN: 3:41pm On May 05
lanre2009:
Pls kindly forward the company flyer to me

orebayo@yahoo.com


Sent
Re: What Are The Things To Consider When Buying A Farmland? by virtualbliss: 4:25pm On May 05
DUKEOFIBADAN:


I don’t want to call them out because I did not pay them any money and I don’t want to get sued. You can drop your email address here and I will forward the company flyer to you

Ok thanks
emmydon646@gmail.com
Re: What Are The Things To Consider When Buying A Farmland? by DUKEOFIBADAN: 5:47pm On May 05
virtualbliss:


Ok thanks
emmydon646@gmail.com

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Re: What Are The Things To Consider When Buying A Farmland? by lanre2009: 12:39pm On May 19
pls can you resend it, i think i must have deleted it by mistake

DUKEOFIBADAN:

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Re: What Are The Things To Consider When Buying A Farmland? by Otiwaikuku: 7:01am On Jun 19
DUKEOFIBADAN:


The village is along that Isiun/Ajura road, Obafemi Owode Local government with good motorable road and electricity. Mine is closer to the road that is why it is a bit expensive and I prefer it like that and I bought 3 acres. If I still want to buy more at the back it should be lesser than 2m. The real estate company does not even own any land in that area, the land they showed me was owned by a church who
bought 100 acres. I’m thankful someone has
been noticing me coming to that land bringing different people and spending money to make sure everything is okay. He called me when I went alone to see the land and he told me the land belongs to a church I didn’t believe him until he bring out his cutlass to clear some part to show me the church sign post all over the land which was not visible before. I couldn’t thank him enough, in fact I sent him good money to appreciate him. That is how I would have paid to a scam company. When I told the real estate company about the church sign post they gave me different excuse saying the inspection guy took me to the wrong place another person at their office told me sometimes they showed people land closer to their own property to let the person know what he or she will be getting. When I get to the land they claim to own, it was a jungle and too much hill and can’t be use for a livestock farm and they don’t even owned that land yet. What they do is they collect money from you and pay to the family, that means using client money to settle the family instead of buying from them outright. I don’t even like doing business with real estate companies but I just wanted to see if this will work out but now I know better. All the land I have acquired is either from Omonile or someone that want to resell.



Congratulations,Things are happening and this is one of the reasons genuine farmers end up running away.I did like to buy too.

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