Project Financing, Mortgage,

Akin Olawore & Co.

Akin Olawore & Co (AOC) is a firm of Chartered Surveyors with over 25 years track record in providing dedicated knowledge based services. The firm has earned its reputation over the years by having an unmatched expertise of the real estate market in Nigeria giving it a competitive advantage.

We offer a unique AOC experience through excellence and distinction in global real estate practice. We combine several competencies, cultures and skills to deliver world class service to our esteemed clients. We ‘’Dare to be different’’ providing innovative and distinctive real estate solutions to meet the needs of the client. We constantly aim and strive to exceed our clients’ expectations.

We are fully equipped with cutting edge technology, skilled expertise and hands – on experience in all facets of the real estate market. We constantly update our skill set with relevant laws and techniques in line with global best practices. We are a member of the International Realty Valuation Inc. San Diego and subscribe to International Valuation Standards, International Property Measurements and such others. Our relationships and affiliations are part of our philosophy of thinking globally and acting locally to change the professional real estate service delivery in Africa.

 

The firm has its head office in Lagos with a strong presence in major cities across Africa

Our Subsidiaries

Brokerfield Real Estate Services Ltd

Rhapsody Facilities Mgt Co. Ltd

Inversion Para Desarrolla Ltd

Baobab Realty Co. Ltd

Real Estate Assets Mgt. Co. Ltd

 

Actis

Actis is a leading investor in growth markets across Africa, Asia and Latin America, with US$6.3bn funds under management today.  We employ over 200 people including a team of c.100 investment professionals working across 12 offices globally.  Our investors’ capital is at work in c.70 companies around the world, employing over 114,000 people.

Actis offers an unrivalled ability to capitalise on two elements in growth markets: the expanding middle class and an accompanying demand for better physical and social infrastructure. Rising personal wealth and domestic consumption are driving rapid expansion of the consumer class. Simultaneously, investment in social and physical infrastructure is necessary to drive continued economic growth.