A real estate company, GTEXT Global, has unveiled a mobile application to assist property investors to have updates on available property for sales and track stages of their investments.
It, meanwhile, disclosed that plans have been concluded to build at least 4,000 housing units across the country to reduce the deficit and increase the number of landlords.
The Chief Executive Officer(CEO), GTEXT Global, Dr Stephen Akintayo, made this known during an interview with newsmen in Lagos while explaining the firm plans for the real estate sector of the country.
Explaining the features of the app include that it is user friendly, Akintayo said the App was created to allow customers to monitor and expand their investments without stress and from their convenient locations.
He revealed that the app, scheduled for an official launch in February, would also make work more seamless for the firm and allow customers to view the current status of their various properties in the country.
Akintayo said that customer’s payment of choice properties would outrightly lead to the winning of a brand new car to be serviced and maintained by GTEXT.
On the company’s projection for this year, the GTEXT boss stated that cars would be given to customers and marketers every month, to celebrate their contribution to the development of the firm.
Aside from that, Akintayo said that the company had packaged an all-expense-paid trip for 200 people this year and that the company was planning to expand its market reach by building 4, 000 housing units across the country.
“In 2021, we opened offices in Dubai, London, and the United States and also opened 30 new offices in Nigeria. GTEXT also plans to increase its staff strength from 300 to 1000 by December to create job opportunities for Nigerian youths,” he said