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This startup wants to disrupt apartment rentals in Nigeria with flexible monthly payments

This startup wants to disrupt apartment rentals in Nigeria with flexible monthly payments

If you’ve ever secured a rented apartment in Lagos, you’ll agree that it can be a long, painful and intricate process.

This is true, especially with the bureaucratic way in which Landlords demand exorbitant rental fees for one or two-year periods, coupled with the associated agreement/agency fees which are usually demanded from some of the Landlords, even though they are letting their property without the help of real estate agents.

For years, tenants in Nigeria have been unable to access affordable housing with flexible payment options as it is done in developed countries where monthly payments are accepted for apartment rentals.

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