There’s a new player in the Property Technology (PropTech) space. CutStruct Technology Limited, led by Co-Founder and CEO John Oamen, is disrupting the industry with precision innovation. John Oamen, one of Nigeria’s leading real estate experts with over a decade of cognate experience in the field, is leading a young team to create unique and specialized process improvement apps for construction and real estate in Nigeria. He and his team recently launched Nigeria’s first real estate and construction materials price discovery platform,

LiveVend provides the intelligence and data required for better project planning and market entry. launched with the promise of providing real-time and curated market trend reports to enable investors, commercial and DIY builders with the most accurate construction information to help them make best-outcome decisions. 

LiveVend is enabling a data-transparent, data-reliant and data-driven construction sector. Going by the reviews and critical acclaim by stakeholders in the construction industry since its launch in December 2019, LiveVend has all it takes to become a groundbreaking innovation that will help a lot of people in their quest to get a better understanding of real estate issues. 

John Oamen is enthusiastic about how this innovation intends to create real-time solutions to the construction needs of Nigerians. “Innovation is upon us and we must keep working to ensure that we are rewriting the African story with every single code and app,” he said. 

“We have assembled a stellar team to bring a fresh experience to finding current prices and what price changes are occurring which can be tracked for better project deliveries. We believe we are key to potential builders, and those in the diaspora seeking to invest locally; building with confidence and assurance because for the first time, they have a set of tools and a reliable partner to plan with”. He further added

LiveVend is continuously working in line with technology and building stakeholders’ demand to ensure that they grow and have access to business improvement tools and latest updates and prices. Oamen also believes that LiveVend is best placed to help Nigeria solve the housing deficit conundrum. Their mission is to “unlock the next million homes!” 

According to him, “With LiveVend, we’re encouraging houses and estates to spring up in every part of the country, allowing even the most naive builder to take on that project with the certainty of outcome. LiveVend is more than a web app; it is a platform that supports the entire value chain in the property sector.” “It is simply one price index for all your construction and real estate project needs.” John Oamen explained. 

Visit the web application at for free to get daily price updates on real estate products. 

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