Richest Igbo Men in Real Estate
A community of Igbo men have showcased their entrepreneurial prowess and unwavering commitment to excellence in real estate. With a steadfast spirit and a relentless pursuit of greatness, they have transformed humble beginnings into vast fortunes, building an empire that stands as a testament to their brilliance and resilience.
From groundbreaking developments to awe-inspiring architectural masterpieces, these Igbo men have turned dreams into reality, forever shaping the world we inhabit today. Join us as we journey through the lives and notable achievements of the richest Igbo men in the realm of real estate.
Ugochukwu Obiora Chime
Ugochukwu leads Copen Group with the sole vision of building lives and structure. His company consist of a body of seasoned professionals with an average of 35 years of experience in physical development consultancy, construction, real estate development, infrastructural development, agriculture, manufacturing, management training and banking.
His company earned the first award given to any real estate development firm by the Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria (FMBN) in its over 56 years of existence following the completion of the Goshen Estate Project in a record time of eight months as against the 24 month period given by the bank.
Kennedy Nnadi is driving dynamic and innovative investment solutions in the real estate realm through Pennek Nigeria Limited. As CEO, Nnadi uses his experience across diverse industries and sectors of the economy to expand the Pennek brand beyond the shores of Nigeria. His company’s goal is to make it easy for people to live in their dream homes, or make the best real estate investments as the case may be.
Under his leadership, Pennek Nigeria in 2017 won the African Brand Leadership Merit award as Africa’s best world-class premium real estate development & investment company of the year. It has also excelled in the business of making luxury housing facilities affordable for everyone.
As the CEO of Landmark Corporate Realty Ltd, Dr Harrison manages one of the leading real estate companies in Nigeria, dedicated to delivering cutting-edge and competitive real estate solutions to their clients. Harrison is credited for building one of the largest real estate investment firms within 7 years, in Nigeria. Speaking about the firm, Harrison said, “We engage in real estate development, brokerage and management.”
Harrison drives one of the largest independent property management companies in the marketplace. Speaking about his journey in real estate, he said, “Yes, there is money in real estate but I tell you that you have to be patient enough before you hit Gold in the business. You can’t just come in for 2 to 3 years and think you can make big money.”
Paul Onwuanibe has provided market research, advisory services and real estate development to over 5000 organisations through his company, Landmark Africa. Onwuanibe has over 20 years of professional experience in the design and execution of projects in Africa, Europe and the United States of America.
His company boasts over 500 companies as clients with offices in five continents. With an estimated net worth of $10 million, Paul owns the biggest beachfront in Lagos and Nigeria, the Landmark Beach.
Kennedy founded one of the fastest-growing property companies in Nigeria, Nedcomoaks Limited in 2007. Kennedy who has experienced homelessness, made it a point of duty to incorporate affordability in his quest to provide the best properties to Nigerians.
Okonkwo creates first-class residential communities and provides home buyers and investors with a wide range of homes and townhouse options in highly desirable living environments across Nigeria. He has delivered over 900 housing units in Nigeria and 290 homes in different locations in the Lekki axis in Lagos.
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