There are 1 available flats, houses, land and commercial property in Iwo, Osun, Nigeria. The property have been listed by estate agents who can be contacted using the contact information provided for each property listing. The list can be filtered by price, furnishing and recency.
Are you interested in agriculture?
do you want some affordable lands you can buy in acres for large scale agricultural production?
do you have passion and the fund for agriculture but lack the time or and technical know-how to go about it?
if yes is your answer to any of the above questions, then, our ez-farming scheme is the opportunity you are yearning for.
*the land is very affordable, an acre goes for n285k only.
* just invest our team of experts will do the rest for you and you are sure of 50-100% roi.....
* the land has approved and gazetted excision, so you don't have fear of encumbrance.
there is ready market for your produce....
* we are a capable hand and are ready to help you achieve your agric production ambition. we have being in the business for years now, therefore, you can leverage on our experiences and grow your wealth through this....
look at the pictures, you'll see our hand work. . ..
location: iwo , osun state
price: n 285k per acre
land title: excision
for inquiries call/chat 09068582...
Osun is an island state in south-western Nigeria. It has its capital city as Osogbo. It is bound in the north by Kwara State, in the east partly by Ekiti State and Ondo State, in the south by Ogun State and in the west by Oyo State. The modern Osun was created in 1991 from part of the old Oyo State. The three major religions practiced in the state are Christianity, Islam and Traditional. The nickname of the state is "State of the Virtuous (Ipinle Omoluabi)"
The name Osun comes from a river that flows through the state. It is symbolic because it serves both spiritual and tourist purposes in the state. The river is worshiped annually by devotees. It is also a tourist spot as people from different parts of the country visit the Osun Groove in Osogbo. The river also provides water for irrigation for the agriculturally rich state.