Elysee Is Traveling To Africa In Search Of Buyers For Condo Units

Elysee is truly scouring the planet in search of buyers for their 100 luxury condo units.

According to an email sent to brokers, representatives of the project will be travelling to various points in Africa over the coming months. Destinations include the Congo, Equatorial Guinea, Cameroon and Ivory Coast.

The developer began converting reservations to buy condo units into contracts in March, and started demolition of an apartment building on the project site shortly thereafter.

 

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Anonymous
5 years ago

Guess there were no Africans in the Panama Papers

Anonymous
5 years ago

Interesting they are going to Africa, Hopefully they find some potential buyers and expand towards Asia.

Anonymous
5 years ago

“Interesting” as in African money isn’t good enough, Asian money would be better??

defamed
5 years ago

Interesting because one usually does not think of Africa as a primary market for luxury condos in Miami. Your comment is biased and tries to find racism where no racism exists. I live close by, looking forward to having African millionaires in the neighborhood for a change.

Anonymous
5 years ago

Asian money would be better IMHO. More secure and much, much, MUCH more likely to invest.

Anonymous
5 years ago

remember mobutu sese seko and all the other african dictators sitting on trillions of minerals… these crooks and their flock have tons of money and come from africa.

Anonymous
5 years ago

There are major families from Africa, elites as well trade partners which could add a more diverse culture. The USA is global people need to stop being so sensitive.

Anonymous
5 years ago

All world powers are global, so what’s your point? I assume Elysee’s developers are courting to people who already have houses in cities like London and Paris.

Anonymous
5 years ago

Ok PC principal.

mossack fonseca
5 years ago

regardless, asian money… african money… most foreign investors from these countries have earned this money on the backs of thousands of others.

Anonymous
5 years ago

https://news.vice.com/article/smartphones-child-labor-cobalt-mines-africa-congo-amnesty-international

a lot of the money here comes on the backs of slave labor in africa…

marc
5 years ago

I hope they go for that Nigerian paper.

Anonymous
5 years ago

Said no one ever…

Anonymous
5 years ago

Nigeria’s economy is going to do a mini boom.

Here\'s Waldo
5 years ago

Quite smart. Senegal and South Africa are conspicuously excluded due to a dearth of corruption money.

Anonymous
5 years ago

I think Elysee received a money order in the mail telling them there are more buyers where that came from.

Anonymous
5 years ago

Hi, I am much interested in your condominium apartment tower. Please no longer sell as I have buyer now for place. Is condition of place good? I would like. I will send you money order for 30% more than your asking selling price but you will need to wire funds to my account in Nigeria for competition of sales.

Anonymous
5 years ago

I assume the lack of North African countries visited is because wealthy people already left since all the political instability. Needless to say, political instability is no stranger to Sub-Saharan Africa.