How to reposition housing sector for economic growth
Housing policy must seek to work for all Nigerians – the rich, the poor, civil servants, small business people, artisans, informal sector workers and entrepreneurs, young graduates, young people with limited formal education, banks, construction companies.....
Abuja’s N3.5 billion Nexus Estate up for grabs
Plans by one of the prime property development companies to achieve its dream opening up both residential and investment opportunity for home seekers and yield seeking investors may have come to fruition, with the offloading of N3.5 billion Nexus Estate into the real estate market.
Real estate, interior design leaders to converge in December
The Fusion of Real Estate, Interior Design and Art (FREIA) event has been scheduled to hold in December at the Grand Ballroom, Civic Centre, Ozumba Mbadiwe Avenue, Victoria Island Lagos.
Sector’s experts reiterate call for long-term real estate financing
Speaking at the maiden Bstan Home economic summit on real estate in Abuja, the Chief Executive Officer of Bstan Homes, Becky Damilola-Oke, an engineer, noted that finance is central to the effective housing delivery in the country.
Lagos cooperative buys into N25 billion FESTAC Phase II project
An independent real estate business club leveraging on the power of numbers in expanding wealth creation possibilities among members through real estate investment has move to seal a deal with the promoters of FESTAC Phase II project.
Property developers offer fresh prospect for UK investors
Following increasing demands for housing yearly by Nigerians living abroad, property developers have showcased their residential projects to United Kingdom residents and beyond at a premium real estate forum.
Cadwell expands footprint in real estate market
With an eye toward expanding its discerning clientele, an indigenous real estate development firm dedicated to creating exclusive lifestyles - Cadwell Limited, has shifted its business focus to property investment, partnerships and estate services.
‘Incessant building collapse caused by cheap labour’
Members of the Association of Building Consultants and Artisans of Nigeria (ASBAN) have attributed incessant cases of building collapse to cheap labour and incompetent artisans in the building sector.