Here are some of the questions we frequently get about our self-built schemes:
We are a partnership established between Lagos State Government and First World Communities.
Joining a co-operative is beneficial because members can collaborate to provide infrastructure jointly for the estate.
You automatically become a member of the Co-operative once you are a subscriber.
Being a part of the Co-operative grants you:
- Joint ownership of infrastructure
- Enhanced property value
- Networking opportunities
- Improved communal living
- Participatory decision making
- Enhanced security
It is a housing co-operative.
The new owner replaces the former owner member of the cooperative.
Each member would receive a registered Deed of Sub-lease, which leverages on the
C of O.
Yes, an allottee is allowed to mortgage his interest with the consent of Lagos CHOIS LP.
The estate is managed by Lagos CHOIS LP through its selected facilities management company.
No. The estate is purely residential.
There are certain areas that have been designated for commercial purposes.
The development guidelines will be provided as soon as you subscribe.
This depends on the size of your plot and the zoning requirements stated in the estate guidelines.
Yes, your plot allocation may change if you default in payment, or if your plot has been abandoned for more than 2 years.
Power, water and sewage treatment will be supplied to the estate.
This is a gated estate with a secure perimeter fence, as well as 24-hour estate security service.
There will be a service charge as well as 5% VAT.
Yes. We have the outright payment option, as well as 12-month and 24-month payment plans.
Allocations are given after full payment has been made.
No. You can only move to your site on completion of payment.