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The City Crest Estate project 3rd phase is just 3 minutes (by bike) from the prestigious Le Meridien Ibom Hotels and Golf Course down Nwaniba road in Uyo, Akwa Ibom State (See Satellite image). You can get a plot for as low as 1.4 million ($2800) naira and you can pay in installment beginning with an initial of 500,000 naira (($1000).

The plots are of two sizes; 500 square meters at N1.4M (outright payment) and 650 square meters going for N1.6M (outright). If you are paying in installment, however, the total sum will come to N1.7M and 1.9M respectively.

Note that the contract begins with a non refundable registration and consultancy fee of N40,000 ($80).

Nigerians in the diaspora would particularly benefit from this marketing offer as the cost of each plot goes at 50% the cost as at 18 months ago. Presently, the 500 sq M goes for $2800, compared to $5600 18 months ago, and the 650 sq M goes for $3400 compared to $6800 18 months ago.

For further enquiry and to book for a plot (with with your registration fee of N40k) please contact the marketers as follows;

Jabborro PR, 19 Udi Street, Uyo
Call 08027675065 or 09095921042.
Whatsapp 08162403610


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