RevolutionPlus Property is one of the foremost real estate companies in Nigeria owned by successful real estate couple Dr Bamidele Onalaja and Mrs Tolulope Onalaja and has been in operation for over nine years.
The forward-thinking duo grew the business from a start-up dedicated to providing affordable housing to a global brand which has become a household name and has continued to provide housing from middle economic class to higher economic class.
In this article, the company highlights how it has stood the test of time and is successfully scaling the hurdles and tackling challenges of running a real estate company in Nigeria.
Home of innovation: RevolutionPlus Property has introduced various novel practices to the real estate sector. As far back as 2017 the company sold over 18 estates in the Ibeju-Lekki axis Lagos State providing basic amenities like fencing and interlocked roads. Other real estate adopted this culture, emulating RevolutionPlus Property and the company earned the name ‘Don of Ibeju-Lekki.’
Other innovations by the company include Instant allocation of plots to customers, sponsorship of youth-orientated events, among others.
The gospel of Affordable housing: The mantra of the company, since inception has been “Affordable Housing” and it has stayed true to it. RevolutionPlus Property has made small business owners, including market women and artisans to become land owners through its installment payment plan and other easy structures set-up to accommodate low income earners.
Diaspora Reputation: The Company is non-arguably the only indigenous real estate company with operational branch and properties for sale in the United States. The brand has become a household name not only in Nigeria but also among Nigerians in the diaspora making over 60% of the client-base.
Youth Employment: RevolutionPlus Property has a youth based workforce with staff members mostly under the age of 20-35. The company has made impact in slot bonus new member
the life of many young Nigerians, establishing strong corporate culture and putting in place structures to reward the hardworking and loyal staff members.
Partnership and sponsorships in uplifting the society: Corporate Social responsibility aimed at developing the society is a major highlight of the company. With its CSR arm named CBOF, the real estate company has empowered over 1000 widows trained to and given start-up capital to do businesses, given scholarship to pupils, constructed and donated police stations, drilled boreholes in indigent communities, and constructed schools donated freely to the society. The company during the COVID-19 outbreak freely distributed bags of food items to indigent residents of communities where they sell real estate and partnered various government agencies like the NFF and Lagos City marathon race.