Proven real estate training to succeed in the business
For my visitors that are interested in proven real estate training to succeed in the industry, I will be glad in using this channel to share information on ‘School of Estate’ in Nigeria.
School of Real Estate training is especially for you if you are practising or interested in the Real Estate sector as an Estate Agent, Manager, Lawyer Property Developer, Investor, and Entrepreneur or just simply interested in creating wealth from this under tapped sector of Nigeria’s economy.
You do not need to have any related qualification or already been practising in any of the real estate professions before you can attend the real estate training.
The real estate training will enhance your business if you are already a practising Agent, an Investor, a Developer, or an Entrepreneur.
If you are a beginner, you will be trained on how to start and run real estate business successfully.
Photographs of past Students and Facilitators
About the School
The school was established to offer real estate training and continuing education on Estate Management for practitioners and intending practitioners, as well as the beneficiaries of their services.
This project is the brain child of REALTORS INSTITUTE & REALTY POINT LIMITED. For more information on the school, click here. Here are case studies from previous students:
“Before I signed up for the School of Real Estate training, I had no previous understanding about Real Estate business, but now, I’ve learned a great deal of very helpful information and techniques that have enabled me to market eight landed properties to my friends.” – Ezekiel Igboji
“It has widened my scope of knowledge of the industry and has prepared me for the unavoidable challenges ahead in my envisioned private practice.” – Oke – Tojinu, Paul Semako (Rev.)
The School Of Estate Facilitators Include:
Akin Olawore is the Principal Partner of Akin Olawore & Co, a registered firm of Estate Surveying and Valuation. He is a development consultant and project manager.
He is an alumnus of the University of Ife (now Obafemi Awolowo University), Ile – Ife and College of Estate Management University of Reading, UK.
His work experience spans about 25 years and straddles the various areas of practice.
He is recipient of many local and international awards including government recognition for his works and activities in the real estate sector of the Nigerian economy.
A Fellow and member of Council of the Nigerian Institution of Estate Surveyors and Valuers, past chairman of the Lagos State branch of the Institution.
Akin Olawore is also the director of the International Valuation Standards Committee; the Chairman, Hy – Deals and Successories Limited – a private real estate financial investment company and a director in Trussfield Property Auctions Limited both in Lagos.
He is the Co-ordinator/Chairman, West African Chapter, African Real Estate Society and the current (2008) Vice President of African Real Estate Society.
Mr Olawore is a distinguished and highly sought after conference speaker both nationally and internationally with over 30 papers and publications to his credit.
He is also a member of Council of the Nigerian – British Chamber of Commerce. One of the highpoints of his career is the conception, development and management of Ark Towers, an ultra-modern multi-storey office complex in Victoria Island, Lagos.
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