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Nigeria Property Centre Launches House Hunting Competition

by Sam Wakoba
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Launched in 2011 by Nnamdi Chineme, Nigeria Property Centre, a real estate and property website in Nigeria with property listings for sale, rent and lease has today launched a house housing competition dubbed house hunting Naija that will see a winner walk home with over N 300,000.
The competition looks at the best house hunting stories by users so far on how long it took them to find the houses they were looking for, how they found it , who they dealt with among other details in a more fun and engaging way like this one here. 

All the users have to do is blog about their own or a friend’s house-hunting experience on his or her website or blog. Tell the guys at Nigeria Property Centre if he or she has ever used or planning to use the site and or just drop a comment on the entry on their website or drop a comment on any participating blog. Participants can also email them their experience to [email protected] or send a link [email protected] by the 30th of April.

Apart from the winner walking home with N30,000, the first 3 runner ups will receive N6,000, N2,500 and N1,500 respectively while the first 10 bloggers to send an entry  will each receive N1000 recharge card of their choice

Offering Nigerian property seekers an easy way to find details of property in Nigeria like homes, houses, lands, shops, office spaces and other commercial properties to buy or rent, the site looks like it wants to use the competition to raise awareness and sign up more users. This will help it take on the proliferation of sites in the country such as Private Property Nigeria, Nasper’s Property24, Rocket Internet’s Lamudi and new comers like Lotpool mong others.
Nigeria Property Centre boast of up-to-date property information which available for free, an increasing number of properties and depth of detail on each property.

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