Lagos, Nigeria · Yaba, Nigeria
Construction · Finance · Real Estate
Over 70% of the working-class population in Africa cannot afford to invest in real estate, in fact, 93% of over 69 million working-class Nigerians earning less than $6,500 per annum cannot afford to own their homes talk more of investing in real estate to build wealth. As a working-class African, Investing in real estate has always been a dream only achieved at an older age for the wealthy due to inadequate information and high barrier to entry. What's more, Macroeconomic conditions discourage us from investing in other locally based assets to build wealth due to currency depreciation. in Nigeria alone the naira has lost 94.87% of it's value in the past 5yrs. this is the reality of over 70% of working-class Africans looking to build wealth in a sustainable way. Keble solves this by providing a simple-to-use platform that enables Africans to purchase fractional shares of global real estate for as low as $10, building wealth in a stable & sustainable way.
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