Developer begins Lagos Royal Residence Estate
Lagos-based private developer, Messrs Obika Realtors Limited has launched a site and services scheme in the Lekki-Epe corridor for the middle class and upwardly mobile professionals who desire to live in a serene environment.
Buildcon commits to quality housing delivery
Moved by the need to remain globally compliant in quality and standardisation in housing delivery, a Lagos-based real estate firm - Buildcon Global Services Limited...
Growth in online real estate market threatens agents
Figures from online platforms are pointing to an increase in the number of owners and prospective tenants who are opting to sell their homes or rent property online without the use of an agent.
Firm targets diaspora investments in real estate sector
To bridge the gap between the real estate developers and potential investors, a Nigerian firm has taken a bold step to attract investment outside the country.
FMBN boosts housing in seven states with 1,500 units
Amid concerns that a yearly rural-urban migration of over 5 per cent requires 720,000 housing units annually to fill the nation’s housing deficit, Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria (FMBN) has uploaded 1,500 housing units into the property market. The units developed by the bank in seven states; namely, Taraba, Kwara, Enugu, Ebonyi, Imo, Nassarawa and…
Developer plans new community in Lagos
With a package of infrastructure nearing completion at Osapa Kingdom, popularly known as Osapa London, a harvest of luxury homes is to be floated onto the Lagos property market by Kazeem Royal Properties Limited.
‘Future of estate surveying, valuation practice is bright’
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.
Nigeria’s real estate sector to record 5.39 per cent growth
Notwithstanding the negative growth recorded in 2016, the real estate sector is expected to grow at an average rate of 5.39 per cent between 2017-2020.