It is quite obvious that the economy requires a mixture of solutions working in tandem to improve the standard of living of the average Nigerian through job creation, generation of revenue and overall economic growth.
FHA, ICPC in N236b eight cities’ diaspora housing scheme
In what could be the most ambitious public sector- led initiative to tackle the overwhelming housing crisis facing the country, two top federal agencies are driving a major new residential scheme targeted to yield a total of 15,680 housing units by 2018.
FG mulls workers’ estates as developers unveil projects
In a bid to ameliorate the housing problem in the country, the Federal Government has concluded plans to float a mass-housing scheme for public sector workers in states.
Developer unveils 200-unit Goshen Garden City in Edo
Efforts to propagate the concept of affordable housing could manifest early successes this year, if a new initiative being worked out by a private developer in Benin, Edo State is anything to go by.
Abuja sees 600,000 housing gap as luxury real estate rises
The lull in activities in the housing industry following the economic recession is apparently blowing over, with fresh facts from researchers that there is a huge demand for affordable housing opportunities in Federal Capital Territory....
Why FG must focus attention on real estate, by valuers
Optimistic of the potentials of the Nigerian real estate to engender greater economic growth, the Nigerian Institution of Estate Surveyors and Valuers (NIESV) has appealed...
Buildcon boosts housing stocks with Pracht Gardens Estate
Efforts have been stepped up towards increasing the housing stock in the country, with the on-going construction of Pracht Gardens Estate by Builcon Global Limited.
NIESV seeks corporate governance framework in real estate practice
Desirous of an improved real estate sector in line with global practice, practitioners have been called upon to imbibe the principles of corporate governance going by its numerous...
Lagos allocates rent-to-own houses
Determined to reduce housing shortages, Lagos authorities have begun the implementation of its Rent-To-Own policy, aimed at making housing more readily affordable and accessible to the citizenry.