It is no longer news that the founder of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg was in Nigeria and visited Lagos and Abuja. Mark has a vision to connect individuals around the world through technological innovation and has successfully done so with Facebook. His Nigerian trip was focused on entrepreneurship and technology, with technology enthusiasts, tech entrepreneurs, network coders and fans all excited about the opportunities this opens up in  projecting Nigeria to the world as an emerging hub for technological ideas and advancement.

So What does this mean for the Real Estate Industry?

The Nigerian real estate industry still has a long way to go in a world that is moving fast technologically. Two (2) very basic but key areas that the real estate sector could benefit dramatically from the use of technology include:

  1. Title Registry and planning approvals: A secure web based registration system would help expedite and make title registration more efficient. This will also impact the security of title and aid research, which has long term impact on real estate growth. Using technology to fast track planning approvals would also be an advantage. Having these online, will provide a trail of data which could become valuable real estate intelligence for future economic planning.
  2. Access to and Improved Real Estate Services: Using technology, real estate firms like Fine and Country could improve customer experience by giving access at the click of a button to 3D live viewings, interactive communication irrespective of the client’s location, access to comparable information, and automated progress on property developments to aid intelligent decision making and save time.


Technology comes with endless opportunities for improving returns in the real estate sector and we believe there’s no time like the present to explore some of the low hanging options for innovation. At Fine and Country we believe  “Impossible is nothing… the word itself says “I AM- POSSIBLE” according to Audrey Hepburn.


Invest in Orange Island today. A rapidly growing residential development


Orange Island, located in Lekki Phase 1 is an exclusive, well designed and secured neighborhood planned with world -class infrastructure. It can be accessed via its own road off the Lekki Expressway roundabout and through Lekki Phase 1 (Admiralty Way).

Fine and Country strongly believes that Orange Island offers a solid value proposition as an altenative ‘urban escape’ from the increasingly busy, commercialised LEKKI Phase 1 Scheme.

Although the Island plots were fully subscribed at launch, and no additional plots have been released for over 1 year, we currently have a limited number of private plots available for sale with all inclusive prices starting from N110 Million. Flexible payment plans are available, making this both an easy entry investment opportunity and a cash flow friendly one.


Reclamation Completed

The developers recently announced the completion of the reclamation of Orange Island ahead of schedule.

access road Aug 2016  reclamation complete

 The reclaimed land at Orange Island


The Residential Enclave

One of the main features of the island are the residential enclaves dotted around the Island.

residential enclave

These unique clusters are designed around cul-de-sacs along the perimeter of the island, providing unique identities as well as functional and secure accesses to the beach.

Orange Island flyer

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10, Onisiwo street, off Lateef Jakande, Ikoyi, Lagos.


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