Take Virtual Tour of Our Estates

Hello, welcome to take a virtual tour of ALL our estates. Here are what you should know about this virtual tour:

  1. What is a virtual tour?
    A virtual tour lets you have a feel of the real experience of our estates. With a virtual tour, you can ‘visit’ any of our estates and even navigate around the surroundings to see how welcoming and pleasing our estates are. The virtual tour gives an understanding of what you are getting with us without even been there, and would want to make you want to be there. It is the real deal!
  2. What do I need to do a virtual tour?
    A mobile phone is all you need to take a virtual tour of any of our estate. If you have Google maps installed on your device, then you are going to have the best experience ever with the virtual tour.
  3. How much does the virtual tour costs?
    Our virtual tour is always FREE and you can take as many tours of our estates as possible. With the virtual tour, you are unlimited, and can visit any of our estates at any time of your choosing.
  4. I have a suggestion. How can I get it across to you?
    We love having feedback especially from our clients. Please send all your feedback and suggestions to us at:
  5. I can only see the Google map to the estate. How do I take a virtual tour?
    For all the estates, all you need to do is to click on the “Direction” part of the map and then you can navigate your way around our estates and take a virtual tour around. For better experience, use Google street view.

Treasure Hilltop Estate, Alagbado Virtual Tour

Treasure Island Estate, Mowe/Ofada Phase 1 and Phase 1 Extension

Treasure Island Estate, Mowe/Ofada Phase 2

Bluestone Treasure Estate, Mowe Town

The Lord’s Treasure Estate, Ikorodu

Lekki Goldcity

Announcing Treasure Hilltop Estate's Christmas and New Year Promo Offer!
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Announcing Treasure Hilltop Estate’s Christmas and New Year Promo Offer!

This is to happily announce that starting from September 15 to December 30, 2021, the management of Arc-View Investments Limited has approved promo and mouthwatering gifts for clients who purchase land at Treasure Hilltop Estate, Alagbado Phase 2.

Here are the details:

At the second phase of the estate, full plots (600sqm) will be sold for N7.5million instead of N8million. However, half plots 300sqm will still sell for N4million.

The Gifts:

Outright payment for full plots will get (Ram + Rice + Oil or Table Top Fridge or Gas Coooker).

Outright Payment for half plot gets (Rice + Oil or Gas Cooker ).

Installment Payment from N1.5m gets (Rice + Oil), while installment of N500k gets (Rice).

Please note that ember months promo for other estates will be announced soonest.

Welcome to the ‘Ember months! It’s now time to own your property with us.

Best Regards,

Segun Oshundairo

New Price Alert for Treasure Hilltop and Treasure Island Estate
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New Price Alert

Going by prevailing market conditions, please note that land prices in Treasure Hilltop Estate, Alagbado will change to N7million for 600sqm and N3.5millon for 300sqm respectively from N6million and N3million before this new change. This takes effect from 1st of June, 2021.

Also, price of Treasure Island Estate, Phase 2 will change from N850k to N1million also starting from 1st of June, 2021.

This new change in price follows prevailing market conditions and as a Company focused on customer satisfaction and good business relationship, it is important to communicate this information to all prospective clients to close pending deals before the new price regime takes effect. Please note that clients who subscribe to the affected estates before the new price will lock the price with which they are subscribed.

For further information, please see the Company’s consultants, our social media handles or call us on: 0802-451-2115.


Highlight of the 2021 Federal Government Budget

The 2021 budget is titled “Budget of Economic Recovery and Resilience” set at N13.58 trillion for the fiscal year. The capital budget is set at N1.15 trillion higher than the 2020 provision of N2.69 trillion.

“The capital expenditure in 2021 is said to be solely for the completion of many ongoing projects as possible, rather than the commencement of new ones.”

Here are key capital spending allocations in the 2021 Budget include:

A. Power: N198 billion
B. Works and Housing: N404 billion
C. Transportation: N256 billion
D. Defence: N121 billion
E. Agriculture and Rural Development: N110 billion
F. Water Resources: N153 billion
G. Industry, Trade and Investment: N51 billion
H. Education: N127 billion
I. Universal Basic Education Commission: N70 billion
J. Health: N132 billion
K. Zonal Intervention Projects: N100 billion
L. Niger Delta Development Commission: N64 billion.

Other key allocations
Social Investment Programme: N420 billion
Family Homes Fund: N20 billion
Survival Fund Programme: N75 billion (To support and protect businesses from potential vulnerabilities)

The Central Bank of Nigeria is reducing the interest rate on its intervention facilities from 9% to 5% with a 1-year moratorium till 31st March 2021, to provide concessional lending of:
A. N100 billion to households and small businesses;
B. N100 billion to the healthcare and pharmaceutical industry;
C. N1 trillion to large agricultural and manufacturing businesses.


Federal Government made cleat that Revenue generation remains a challenge in the face of falling oil prices and economic contraction, especially as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Introduction of Tax Expenditure Statement indicates the government’s increased focus on taxation and fiscal policies

We are hiring
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Vacancy: Customer Success Representative

Job SummaryThe Customer Success Representative role is one that requires special skills not taught in the four walls of an academic settings. Hence, we seek to employ people with the right mien for success who are ready to be trained, and retrained in the art of dealing with customers and/or clients to get them satisfied result.Job Description

The Customer Success Representative role is one that requires special skills not taught in the four walls of an academic settings. Hence, we seek to employ people with the right mien for success who are ready to be trained, and retrained in the art of dealing with customers and/or clients to get them satisfied result.

You will meet clients and develop lasting business relationships with them. And as a face of our company, we will always give you ALL the tools and information necessary for you to achieve success in your role.

But then, you may also want to know about us. So who are we?

Our Company, Arcview Investments Limited is a people-first real estate company in Lagos founded in the year 2010. We pioneered the “build and move in” initiative in the Nigerian real estate industry, making us the leading real estate company in the country. Our CEO, Mr. Segun Oshundairo and his business counterpart, Mr. Abiodun Okegbenro, our MD, are well recognized in the Nigerian real estate industry. We have over twelve estates in Lagos and Ogun states alone with over 10,000 housing units in the estates.

Why you should work with us:

As a people-first real estate company, we are seeking passionate individuals who will develop strong business relationships with our prospective clients. The remuneration perk is impressive, and every December, we take a trip to Dubai to cool-off after a year of hard work and success. We are also very reasonable to speak about your salary even before you start working for us.

Also, one of the reasons why you should consider working with us is because we will equip you with everything you need to achieve success in your role. Software, training, manuals, and every relevant tool needed for success are what we will provide you with so you can start flying with us.

Job Requirement:

Prospective applicants are expected to have completed a minimum of Ordinary National Diploma in Business Administration, Marketing, Accountancy or other relevant field. We understand that skills needed for the success of the role is not tied to any specific academic field, hence, training and re-training of staffs is paramount in our quest to foster great customer relationship with our clients.
If you feel you have what it takes to succeed in this role, do not hesitate to apply.

To apply, send your CV and cover letter to: and cc:

Good luck!


Lagos State Government Flags Off reconstruction of Ibeju Lekki-Epe Highway

The first phase, which will be completed in 20 months, will cover 18.75 kilometres, stretching from Eleko to T-Junction in Epe.

Sanwo-Olu, on Sunday at an event held at the Pan African University, Eleko, Ibeju Lekki. Flags off the first phase of the major infrastructural overhaul in Epe, becoming the first reconstruction work on the expressway after 40years.

The first phase, which will be completed in 20 months, will cover 18.75 kilometres, stretching from Eleko to T-Junction in Epe.

The project would see an entire stretch from Eleko to Epe on a dualised rigid pavement, with three lanes on each side. The road was firstly constructed in 1981 as a single carriageway but underwent an upgrade to a two-lane carriageway in 2006.

According to The Guardian, A lane on each side will be dedicated as toll weighbridges only for heavy-duty vehicles. The Governor, while declaring the project open, said the ceremony shows his office revolutionary efforts at making life better for Lagos citizens and improving the ease of doing business in the Lagos.

“He said the Eti Osa-Lekki-Epe corridor was strategically important to the State’s economic prosperity, stressing that the completion of the project would further strengthen his administration’s commitment to inclusive development.”

He emphasized on the importance of the Eti-Osa-Lekki-Epe Expressway Road to the economic prosperity of Lagos and its citizens. We are aware of the agitation and concerns of people about this strategic infrastructure. This is why we initially declared a state of emergency on the road and put in place temporary measures last November.

“Today, I am delighted to be at the historic flag-off of the rehabilitation and upgrading of this 40-year-old Eti Osa-Lekki-Epe Expressway. This effort will culminate in a three-lane dual carriageway reinforced concrete pavement road with a dedicated lane in each direction for trucks and a rigid pavement to accommodate the envisaged axle loadings expected to ply the road when it is completed.

“When completed, this road will complement the new network of roads in Epe and ease transportation of goods and services through Epe to other neighbouring states. This will, in turn, lead to improved socio-economic activities in the Eti Osa-Lekki-Epe Corridor.”

Sanwo-Olu said the contract for the second phase of the project, which will cover 26.7 kilometres from Abraham Adesanya Roundabout to Eleko Junction, will be awarded before the completion of the first phase.

Sanwo-Olu urged residents of the area to take ownership of the project and support the contractor for timely completion. He also urged the youths in the area to take advantage of the construction work to improve their skills.

When completed, the road will connect several communities, including Eleko, Onosa, Alatishe, Aiyeteju, Ajaganagbe, Oko Orisa, Ilasan, Lekki, Ibeju Lekki, and Epe.



As construction cost rises due to attendant rise in prices of building materials, the trend of building houses directly on sand has been observed to be on the increase especially by unscrupulous developers and contractors. Having carried out an independent monitoring of construction activities in some areas in the Ajah axis of Lagos lately, it became obvious that in order to save cost people have resorted to constructing buildings directly on sand.

The awkward idea been adopted in most of the cases under study is to sand-fill the land, level and compact it with the use of machines and construct a reinforced concrete strip foundation directly over it without recourse to minimum construction/engineering standards. They do so very quickly so that before any of the regulatory bodies saddled with the responsibility of building control gets wind of their ill act, they are already on super-structure level at which point it is burdensome to ascertain how the foundation was actually built. On a particular site, using this vague method the entire foundation including the ground floor slab was put up in one week and by the next, they were already building up the walls and frame. Dishonest developers thrive in such indecent acts and sell or lease these buildings to unsuspecting prospective buyers who in-turn occupy them or cause others to do so by way of lease/rent too. There is no consideration for live and properties put at risk of an imminent collapse even as some of the buildings observed are already exhibiting symptoms of instability and sick building syndrome pre-occupancy.

That is why Arc-View Investments Limited is here to help you do a feasibility study as well as give advisory services regarding the way things should be done for a perfect ending.

Five years post-occupancy, the building over-settles (or sink) and then tilt in a particular direction. When asked, some of these developers claim that before there will be any major issue with the building, they would have recouped the returns on their investment and its left to the new owner to do a repair by way of underpinning as the need arises. To know that some greedy professionals have joined the bandwagon of quacks in delivering such poor structures is condemnable. This act should not be encouraged in any form.

Here are some structural considerations; normally after leveling and compacting operation has been carried out on a sand filling land, it still remains a made-up ground. Although the land becomes stiff at sub-surface levels, this doesn’t in anyway erase the fact that the underlying bad soil (or peat) remains intact and retains its poor attributes. Peats are highly compressible soils and will naturally compress upon the impact of load. As this happen, the building will settle indiffernetially, especially during seasonal changes and mass movement of the earth; which occurs at various times of the year. Such structural anomaly often leads to poor stability of the building and eventually a collapse if unable to bear the load, especially for single or multiple storied structures.

Rising cost of building materials should not be a yardstick to adopt poor construction methods in the construction methods in the construction of buildings and estate infrastructure anywhere. The authorities should not turn a blind eye to such activities that jeopardizes or threatens the lives of people as well as the overall health of the built environment. Project owners and developers should not connive with contractors or builders to manipulate well established engineering principles. It is important to select cost-saving methodologies like the use of dry construction methods; cold brick construction etc. but bad construction methods is never the way to go.

For a solid and reliable construction project, advisory services, building plan/design, count on ARC-VIEW INVESTMENTS LIMITED.



Housing Problem in Nigeria

Studies have shown a strong positive correlation between affordable housing availability and living standards, so it is not surprising that Nigeria has one of the lowest standards of living in the world when only 5% of the GDP is spent on real estate and only about 10% of that is spent on housing for low and middle-income Nigerians.

The National Housing Policy has emphasized a ‘housing for all’ policy but is in no way close to achieving this aim to the detriment of the everyday Nigerian who most likely lives in an urban area (60% of the population) and in a shelter that is deemed unfit for human habitation by international standards. That is if there is a shelter at all.

To achieve the injunction of the 1999 constitution that states that the Nigerian State should be required “to provide suitable and adequate shelter for all citizens”, it is important that all arms of government play a larger and more impactful role in housing provision across the country. The state governments, especially, need to increase efforts and regulations targeted at achieving this as they have greater control of the land needed for building new housing units.

The Land Use Act of 1978 has been a big part of the problems Nigeria has faced with providing housing for its many citizens. The act has had the effect of preventing private sector involvement in the housing market (without a matching increase in the provision of public housing) due to the difficulty of the procedure of acquiring legal ownership of land and it has also hindered mortgage financing. A study by the World Bank in 2010 revealed that Nigeria has the highest cost of property registration and transfer (27.1% of the total property value); there are 21 processes required and the process can take anywhere from 6 months to 5 years depending on the state and location in question.

There are 2 processes that most agree to take the most time – processing the certificate of occupancy and getting the Governor’s consent. This means that state governments themselves have a large role to play in making this process easier, starting by restructuring their own offices to work faster and more efficiently in processing important documents. Even more than just processing documents faster, state governments have the power to provide land for trusted private developers who will take on housing projects that are completed successfully. The governments can also ease the process by issuing certificates on time and without costs of bribery involved, ensuring that plans are inspected to show quality and provide approval immediately this is ascertained, providing in-state support throughout the building and sales process and preventing these private developers from taking advantage of the situation and charging exorbitantly to receive outrageous profits.

The state government should also be in charge of its local governments and customary systems to ensure that the frequent practice of double charging buyers of land and housing stops. Currently, many states experience double charges and much frustration due to situations where people who have paid for land are accosted by customary owners of the land (who already gave up the legal rights to the properties to the state governments) demanding that they get paid as well before letting the legal owner gain access to his/her own land. These practices will continue to divert money that would normally be invested in the housing market to other less contentious assets. On the other hand, the state governments must also realize that they must depend on local governments for information about the available resources, housing needs and unique characteristic of residents of the different LGAs. Lack of this coordination between state and local governments is one of the reasons government housing project plans to date have often become abandoned and/or unmanageable.

It is also important to consider the results of the Efina Report in 2010 that showed an estimated 90% of land in Nigeria do not even have legal papers. This essentially means that owners of this land are solely dependent on personal funds to build housing for personal use or rent because financial institutions generally will not give mortgages or loans to build housing on unregistered land (the land cannot be used as collateral). The onus is on the state government to encourage land owners to formalize their ownership or sell their land to the government, which will lead to the opening up of more land to build more housing and also give more land owners access to financing. The point about making the bureaucratic process easier also applies here as more traditional land owners will be willing to register their land officially is the process was simple and free of corruption.

So far, state governments have looked to the federal level for housing provision with the exception of a few states. This is not going to lead to efficient provision of housing especially considering that land provision is the most important factor in determining the number of housing units available. More public-private partnerships seem to be the way forward based on analysis of other developing countries that have seen large growth in housing and mortgage financing such as South Africa and Kenya. In holding state governments accountable, it is important that analysis of policies of state governments on the topic of housing focuses on the government’s commitment to such partnerships as well as the improvements in the land registration and transfer process.

Author: Ike David


House Hunting Advice For The Married

Now that you have successfully tied the knot, you and your spouse may find yourselves thinking about purchasing a home together.

Home buying alone can be a stressful process, now throw in two different opinions in the mix, it can be downright taxing. Maybe you’re dying for a nice house in Lagos Island but your spouse loves the mainland so much because it’s closer to work. These disagreements can create roadblocks on your journey to your perfect home.

However, you shouldn’t let these arguments with your spouse cause you both to miss out on your dream home.  Buying a home is one of the biggest investments you would ever make as partners and it can also help improve the quality of your relationship so it pays to have some foresight into the buying process before making the leap to a joint homeownership. Check out this advice to help you get on the same page as your sweetheart and keep your house hunt from turning into World War III or the Apocalypse;

Advice 1- Make Separate Lists

These lists should carry the different expectations you both have for the new house. The best shot at a compromise is to find out the desires you both have in common.

Craft your own list, and have your spouse do the same, then compare the lists and identify a handful home feature (location, the number of rooms, a maid room, a big backyard) that are important to both of you. These agreed-upon features will serve as the foundation of your home-buying discussions. When you and your spouse start the home search on a common ground, you are more likely to compromise on other home features down the road.

Advice 2- The Emotionless Budget

Factoring finances into the house hunting process is a very tricky issue as couples most often disagree on things like; how much money they should spend on a home, do we take a mortgage? Or do we stick to our budget?

Do your best to take emotions out of the equation and look at the facts.  Don’t get caught up imagining holidays and family gatherings in a huge, extravagant kitchen or house. By removing your emotions from the decision, you’ll be able to choose a home you and your spouse will enjoy years from now.

Advice 3- Don’t Spend More Than You Can AffordFinancial woes are one of the main causes of divorce and strife. What good is owning a wonderful home if you have no money for good times overall comforts? Stay within your budget. Even if you outgrow your home, you can always sell it or rent it out when you upgrade it’s features.

Advice 4- Be Willing to Postpone the House HuntIf you and your spouse are at odds over the house hunting process, don’t be afraid to take a step back from the conversation. There will always be new homes for sale, but fighting or arguing over the home buying process will only create a greater divide between you and your significant other.Advice 5- Don’t Be Afraid To CompromiseCompromising is key when trying to find a middle ground on something that would fit both your needs. Try to prioritize these first; necessities, budget, location and partnershipIf you and your spouse can’t agree on a home, take a break, make a pact that you would hold off on some issues for a while, then come back to the discussion with a fresh perspective and outlook.

Advice 6- Let Your Realtor Be Your MediatorA quality real estate agent can listen to your housing disputes and help bridge the gap between you and your spouse. With their intimate knowledge of the market, an experienced agent can provide sound and unbiased adviceAdvice 7- Calculate ChangesSometimes, the features that a home lacks or that needs changing might be very expensive. Floors, closets, countertops, or sinks can all be replaced, redesigned or upgraded for a cost that might be less painful than an argument, hence you both need to calculate the changes the house you are buying might need and if the cost is unfavorable, you can always walk away.

All in all, most couples find that purchasing a home jointly brings them closer together, and we definitely hope your experience works out that way. Follow these tips, advice, get to spend quality time with your partner, and you stand a great chance of turning your house hunting into a “home, sweet home”Let us help you achieve this.

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