The event will hold from July 11 to 13.
More than 100 companies from Nigeria and 15 other countries are ready to showcase their real estate projects, products and services at an event tagged “Luxury Living Africa Property Exhibition’’.
A statement made available to newsmen on Saturday in Lagos by Steve Ike, the Head of the Organising Committee, said that innovations in design, technology and materials would be the focus at the event.
According to the statement, the exhibition is aimed at creating a platform for business promotion, investment opportunities and market development for all stakeholders in the real estate sector.
The exhibition will have in attendance major real estate developers in Nigeria as well as from foreign countries including USA, Canada,
United Kingdom, Dubai, Malaysia, Cyprus, Turkey, India, Russia, among others.
“Organisations that have confirmed participation include residential, commercial and retail real estate developers, architects, building
component merchants as well as interior decor and luxury furniture companies.
“Other participants are mortgage banks, investment promotion agencies and home automation companies “Exhibitors will have an opportunity to showcase their latest projects, products or services, while visitors will be exposed to cutting-edge products and services to serve their property need,” the organizers said.
According to the statement, the exhibitions have proved to generate more sales and prospects than almost any other form of marketing or promotional activity. It said that the three-day programme, scheduled for July 11 to 13 at the Federal Palace Hotel, Lagos, was designed to feature the African Real Estate and Urban Development Conference.
“The conference will focus on promoting sustainable built environment and would explore architecture, environment, technology and society in Africa,’’ the statement said.
It said that the Minister of Lands, Housing and Urban Development, Amma Pepple, would declare the event open.
The statement said that the minister would highlight various government policies and development opportunities for stakeholders in
the real estate sector.