There are 17 available land joint venture in Abuja, Nigeria. The land have been listed by estate agents who can be contacted using the contact information provided for each land listing. The list can be filtered by price, furnishing and recency.
Location central area abuja
size 1.1 hectare
title fcda c.of.o
purpose: mixed used (comprehensive development)
premium: 150m ( negotiable)
value: 3 billion
sharing formular 60/40
agency 10% of the total land value
deliverable for a serious develo...
Big jv... size 8000sqm, @maitama
title: c of 0.
price: 1.7b asking
landlord will like to have a concept of ur planned development vi's a vis the layout, design and basic pictures of your purposed house t...
*abuja brief for jv. central area
we write to introduce to you, the below-described landed property which is for joint venture development.
c of o title
mixed use development.
*approval for 6 to 24 floors.
the site is located in the central area of abuja.
kindly contact us for further information and dealings.
0806 094 6534, 0708 937 17...
Off Hassan Musa Katsina Street, Asokoro District, Abuja
Residential land measuring 1,200sqm with c of o title documents, flat land with dwarf fence for joint ventures at asokoro.
terms and conditions.
sharing formular to be discussed between the owner and developer.
agency fee is 10% of the value of the land
it can also go for outright sa...
*legit and deliverable jv land available
value to be agreed on by stakeholders.
60 - 40 sharing formula.
hilly rocky land so a lot of blasting needed. (note).
2.1 hectares c of o.
10percent facilitators fee.
on same street with nepa office at guzape after pace sette...
Kubwa, Opposite Daughters Of Charity Hospital, FO1 Layout, Kubwa, Abuja
*semi direct brief*
kubwa foi super jv land
location: kubwa by foi
opposite daughter of charity hospital
size: 30 hectares
(total land area on document is 50 htrs, however owner is giving out 30 htrs for jv. there is an existing approved plan already. developer can choose to continue with the plan or design a new plan of his own)
features: full infrastructures
tarred road, house/table land, built up area
purpose: mixed use (mass housing)
title: fcda rofo
land value: 3 billiom
sharing formula: 60/40
facilitators fee: 10% (not negotiable)
*developer must be capable and reputable. must have ongoing or completed projects within abuja metropolis, for owner to inspect and access his work capacity and quality.
to avoid time wasters, no developer no inspecti...
*2.1 hectares jv in guzape abuja*
please note the following;
land has a big rock like all guzape lands, so blasting is needed .
there are flat areas of about 70% of the land covered by trees.
value is 1,000,000,000 naira.
60-40 sharing formula.
land is r of o and medium density.
processing fee and expenses for c of o will be deducted from owner's share.
10% facilitators fee.
land is in a prime area of guzape and on a tarred ro...
Joint venture or outright sale land in lokogoma
land size: 15:12 hectares of land
purpose: residential estate
location: lokogoma district
( plot 121 cadastral zone c09 ).
sharing formula: 60/40
premium: 10% (₦300m)
agency: 10% (₦300m)
tittle document: r.of.o fcda
price: ₦3b net price
these property is for sale / joint venture (jv).
facing a tared road inside the lokogoma district ar...
Joint venture for a 4 storey shopping mall, car park and recreational garden. commercial development on the express at gwarimpa district, f.c.t abuja, land size, 2700sqm. title: c of o, approved building p...
Abuja is the capital city of Nigeria. It is located in the centre of Nigeria, within the Federal Capital Territory (FCT). Abuja is a planned city, and was built mainly in the 1980s. It officially became Nigeria's capital on 12 December 1991, replacing Lagos, which is still the country's most populous city. At the 2006 census, the city of Abuja had a population of 776,298, making it one of the top ten most populous cities in Nigeria. The unofficial metropolitan area of Abuja is well over three million, which would make it the fourth largest urban area in Nigeria only surpassed by Lagos, Kano and Ibadan.