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28 Dec 2020
The Federal Government has reiterated its determination to complete the Nigerian Workers Affordable Housing Development programme, which was launched two years ago.
14 Dec 2020
The Lagos Building Investment Company (LBIC) has restated commitment to provide seamless, and affordable mortgages for residents
23 Nov 2020
The Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria (FMBN) estimates that over N1.5 trillion investments in the National Housing Fund (NHF) scheme have been denied the housing finance sector due to the non-compliance
16 Nov 2020
Real estate professionals have reinforced the need for reliable housing data to guide operators in making decisions.
19 Oct 2020
Fresh facts emerged last week that the Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria (FMBN) has set aside N1 billion as guarantee for Lagos civil servants, clamouring for homes under the National Housing Fund (NHF).
5 Oct 2020
Professional builders under the aegis of Nigerian Institute of Builders (NIOB) have begun a survey of pre-independence buildings to determine their conditions and structural stability.
7 Sep 2020
Experts in the construction industry have highlighted the critical roles engineers could play in the management of the novel coronavirus pandemic.
7 Sep 2020
The Federal Housing Authority (FHA) has begun the assessment of housing schemes in Abuja. The newly inaugurated management assured citizens that low-cost housing units would be realisable, and expressed Federal Government’s commitment to deploy adequate funds to hasten the process.
7 Sep 2020
Oyo State Government plans to create layouts for four Government Reserve Areas (GRAs) before the end of this year.Three of them will be located in Akinyele Local Government Area to take advantage of the Ibadan Inland Dry Port at Akinyele and the construction of Lagos-Ibadan railway
7 Sep 2020
The Federal Government has committed $9.4 million to pan African housing development financier, Shelter Afrique (SHAF), which is owned by 44 African governments, African Development Bank (AFDB) and Africa Re.
31 Aug 2020
Housing professionals have warned that except there is an equilibrium between the rich and the poor in accessing housing finance, the wide gap in homelessness among the low-income earners that constitute about 85 per cent of the population may continue. They argued that the possibility of having an efficient, transparent financial sector that provides a…
10 Aug 2020
In the property market where it has become increasingly difficult to obtain long-term financing, property developers are turning to alternative funding to shore up their portfolios.

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