I'm Tunde, your Personal Real Estate Agent

Find Houses For Sale in Nigeria

(Vetted properties Only, in Lagos & Abuja)

Reliable. Dedicated. Professional

Tunde is your go-to person for anything real estate in Nigeria. Whether you’re living in Nigeria or in the Diaspora, finding your dream home just got a whole lot easier. Here’s why the properties I showcase on my site stand out from the rest:

Vetted Properties

Say goodbye to real estate wahala. I am 100% committed to listing only vetted properties in the vibrant cities of Lagos and Abuja. No scams, just homes that truly meet your needs.

Nigeria's Best Houses

Explore a curated selection of houses for sale in Nigeria, from the busy streets of Lagos to the serene neighbourhoods of Abuja. I will be here to guide you to find your perfect home.

Your Real Estate Ally

I'm not just your agent; I'm your ally in navigating the Nigerian real estate landscape. From knowing local nuances to securing the best deals, consider me your real estate confidant.

Popular Areas in Lagos & Abuja

Whether you fancy the energy of Lagos or the sophistication of Abuja, I have properties that capture the essence of each city. And your dream home is only a click away!


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Latest Houses for Sale in Nigeria

Ready to start your home-hunting journey? Let me find you a place you’ll love to call home! Check the properties, and if you have questions, just send me a message.

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Still Selling
₦ 53,550,000

4 Bedroom Semi-Detached with BQ (Shell)

4 BD
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House for Sale
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About Tunde JIMOH

Welcome to the visionary world of Tunde, where every click leads to a doorstep, and every transaction is a testament to expertise and excellence.

Tunde combines digital expertise with real estate

My journey into real estate started as a digital dream when I was hired to revamp Gtext Homes’ online presence in 2018.


Fast forward to 2021, and I’m not just a digital entrepreneur; I’m the proud owner of a home in the vibrant heart of Lekki. And my journey hasn’t just been about transactions; it’s been about understanding the delicate nature of the real estate landscape and avoiding scams, pitfalls, and surprises.


As the founder of Tech O’Clock, a successful digital marketing company in Nigeria, I’ve been able to blend digital prowess with the real estate industry. And my mission is quite simple: to share the knowledge gained from my experiences with you.


I’ve helped friends from the UK, US, and Canada secure their dream properties in Lagos, and Abuja. Now, as the captain of Tunde Properties, I am extending this expertise to you. Whether you are a Nigerian or foreigner, I’m here to guide you as your personal real estate agent.


Founder, Tunde Properties

Frequently Asked Questions

Explore these frequently asked questions to uncover insights about houses for sale in Nigeria. Your path to informed real estate decisions starts here.

The average cost of a house in Nigeria varies greatly depending on the location, size, type of construction, and other factors. Prices can range from a few million Naira up to billions of Naira.


Buying a house in major cities like Lagos and Abuja can be quite expensive, with prices up to ₦300,000,000 ($380,000) or more. However, there are also cheaper areas where you can buy a house at a much lower cost, with less than ₦20,000,000 ($22,000).

The first thing is to get your finances in order, including converting your money into the local currency which is Naira. Then you will need to find a reputable real estate agent (Tunde is one) to help you search for the right property. After that, have a lawyer review the documents relating to the sale of the house. If everything checks out, make an offer on the property and negotiate a purchase agreement.


Submit and secure the necessary documents, and have a property surveyor inspect the property before finalizing the sale. Then, make payment for the property, register the property in the Land Registry Office, and the transaction becomes complete.

Yes, there are a variety of luxury houses for sale in Nigeria, mostly located in popular areas  in Lagos like; Ibeju Lekki, Ajah, Yaba, Victoria Island, Surulere, Magodo, Ikoyi and in Abuja, or Port Harcourt.


These properties usually come with a heavy price tag, but they offer a range of amenities and features that make them worth their high price. So If you’re looking to purchase a luxury house in Nigeria, consider going through my catalog.

Decide on the property you want to buy a property. Get a Nigerian lawyer to help you obtain a Certificate of Occupancy and other necessary documents. Get a Nigerian bank to provide you with a mortgage loan, as a foreign investor.


Have your Nigerian lawyer review all documents to ensure everything is in order. Get the lawyer to register the property in your name. Make sure to pay all taxes and fees associated with the property purchase.


It’s important to note that while foreigners can buy houses in Nigeria, there are certain limitations that apply.


Foreigners cannot own land outright in Nigeria, but they can obtain a leasehold, which grants them the right to use the land as if they were the owner for a long period, typically 99 years. After that, the lease is either renewed or cancelled.

It is difficult to say who has the best house in Nigeria, as there are many luxurious and beautiful homes across the country. Business people, politicians, and celebrities tend to own some of the largest and most beautiful homes, which can be found in major cities such as Lagos, Abuja, and Port Harcourt.


However, if what you mean is; who lists the best houses in Nigeria, then you should consider visiting TundeProperties.com because I only post vetted and the best houses in Nigeria.

Prices for beach houses vary widely based on the location, size, and amenities offered. On average, you can expect to pay between ₦60,000,000 ($66,000) and ₦300,000,000 ($380,000 USD) for a beach house, excluding other costs like property taxes and insurance.

Buying an off-plan house means you are buying a property that has not been built yet, directly from the Developer. When you buy off-plan, you get to be the maestro, customizing your dream space to your heart’s content. This is the main reason why off-plan houses sell out faster.
Even before the foundations are laid, Developers reach out to me to connect them to homebuyers and investors who use Tunde Properties for their property searches in Lagos and Abuja. So, be rest assured that you can only find verified houses for sale here.

What shell means in real estate is that the house will include the basics like; excavation, foundation, framing, siding, roofing, and the installation of windows and doors. However, the inside of the shell house is usually left unfinished, with plain subfloor and rough walls. This will allow the house owner customize the interior according to their needs or finish the remaining stages later.

Get in touch with me to buy your next house in Naija

Reach out to me and embark on the journey of securing your next house in Nigeria. Your dream home awaits!

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