7 Reasons Why You Should Build A Home

7 Reasons Why You Should Build A Home

Build a home. This is by far the most repeated advise in human history.

Adults are quick to recommend this option. In fact, it’s the most common advise on the lips of many mature people.

However, many youngsters think differently. Building a new home is not a priority for them. They just want to hang out and have fun. They want to buy the latest gadgets and feel cool.

It’s okay to flow with the times and enjoy the best technology can offer. Heck, that’s one of the big advantage of being alive in the 21st century.

Yes, enjoy life’s little pleasures but don’t forsake the golden advise to build a home.




1. Building a new home helps you save money.

Most people find it difficult to save. They simply spend their money as it comes. But when you build a home, you save all that money. A home is a huge investment in capital. This means you also make a huge savings for the future.


2. A home appreciates in value over time

Property values increase with time. In developing countries like Nigeria, prices are always on the rise never down.

For example, in mega cities like Lagos Nigeria real estate owners are making a killing. Lagos Nigeria landlords are in the habit of raising rent arbitrarily. For instance, at the beginning of 2006, my Lagos Nigeria landlord wrote me through his real estate agent to inform me that my rent has doubled starting 2007.

I was so pissed off that I bought a land and started building.

I have long known the value of real estate. I had enough money to build a home. But I kept procrastinating. It took a sudden sharp increase in my rent to jolt me to action and start me on the path of building a new home. As I write, my home is on the verge of completion.

If you’re like me, it’s time to wake up.

Real estate appreciates in value over time. Any home you build now will pay for your retirement when
it’s time.


3. There is pride and fulfillment in owning a home.

Here’s a typical example.

My landlord’s daughter once had a dispute with one of the tenants. After much quarreling, she yelled in anger. “This is my father’s house! Anyone who doesn’t like my rules should go live in his father’s house”.

Some pride, right?

You don’t need to be arrogant like my landlord’s daughter because your dad or you own a home. But your sense of achievement and accomplishment after building a new home is simply out of this world.

Don’t believe it? Experience it.


4. Your home can serve as collateral when you need a loan to execute another project. Your car can’t. Even your most expensive electronics gadgets can’t. See the value of owning a home?

5. Building a new home elicits an overwhelming excitement in you.

The truth is . . . building a home goes beyond just owning a home. Build a home is a wonderful advice because it elicits in you excitement that is beyond explaining. The feelings of worth and success just overwhelms you.

I know that from experience.

Try this. Build a home. And get the experience of a lifetime.


6. A house his a concrete asset. It stays with you generation after generation. And with passing generations comes attachment and emotions. Nothing else in this vast universe gives as much satisfaction as building a new home.


7. Pass a legacy to your children. Give them something to inherit.

A home is a concrete asset you can pass to your kids. It is an asset that they cannot easily forget.

What to be remembered?

Build a home. Leave it as a legacy for your kids. Generations after you will remember.

Building a new home is just incredibly exciting. Don’t miss out on the fun.

Take my advice. Build a home.




I created this program to help forward-thinking people like YOU become home owners in Nigeria in few months from now.

I want to help you buy your first house or land in Nigeria so you can become a landlord, just like me.

I am a property owner and I can tell you for free that there is nothing as exciting and fulfilling as living in your own house.

When you’re a landlord in Nigeria, you experience a deep sense of satisfaction and inner fulfillment that you cannot get from owning a car or anything else money can buy.

Therefore, becoming a home owner should be the strategic goal you work and strive for.

In summary, buying or building your own house have the following key benefits:

==> It frees you from the insults of nasty landlords

==> You have total peace when you live in your own house

==> You can earn extra income from your house when you build a house with multiple apartments (e.g. A block of 4 flats) and

==> Having several houses will help you grow your net worth and retire rich because the value of your house will grow steadily over time

So, whatever you do, make sure you invest in owning a home.

Where you are today is as a result of the information made available to you.

Take for instance, the rich always get richer and poor always get poorer.


“This is The Easiest, Laziest Way To Become A Landlord.. & Even Millionaire Selling Land Without Being An “Omonile” With Virtually No Experience!”


The basic truth is most PEOPLE are too BUSY making a living; to ever consider becoming A Landlord but you can do it far easier than You Think With “this Blueprint” – the same way most of us at REAL ESTATE MILLIONAIRE CIRCLE did.

Keep in mind that for most of us, buying the place where we live will be the biggest transaction we make in our life so there’s little wonder that huge amounts of money can be made in real estate with 9% of BILLIONAIRES belonging to this industry.


I’ll leave you with few quotes from legendary real estate investors:

Margaret Mitchell said:

“The land is the only thing in the world worth working for, worth fighting for, worth dying for, because it’s the only thing that lasts.”


David Waronker said:

“Buy real estate in areas where the path exists…and buy more real estate where there is no path, but you can create your own.”


Andrew Carnegie states:

“The wise young man or wage earner of today invests his money in real estate.”


John Stuart Mill states:

“Landlords grow rich in their sleep without working…”


Robert Kiyosaki said:

“Real estate investing, even on a very small scale, remains a tried and true means of building an individual’s cash flow and wealth.”


John Paulson quotes:

“If you don’t own a home, buy one. If you own a home, buy another one. If you own two homes, buy a third. And lend your relatives the money to buy a home.”


The history of real estate investing has also evolved and has opened up many different options over the years.

To be successful at anything it usually requires you to do what others won’t do.

It’s not always talent that wins but action and consistent hard work.

But in order to get started, you first have to take action!

Reading just this post won’t get you there.

You have to take action…

What is your plan to get started in investing in real estate this year?

I see you becoming a Landlord soonest.


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