Report predicts hard times for US housing market
House sales in major cities in the United States are expected to nosedive in 2020, thereby triggering one of the worst housing shortages in the States.
How to curb corruption in real estate, by group
The Society for Professional Valuation, (SPV) has called on Nigeria’s anti-corruption agencies to upscale efforts in the fight against money laundering by developing more interest on how real estate capital ..
‘Government should give incentives to local building materials’ producers’
The Nigerian Institution of Estate Surveyors and Valuers is doing a lot about this. The first thing is with regards to training of its estate surveyors and valuers. One of the strategies the institution is deploying is to ensure that a lot of trainings are done and when these....
Stakeholders seek diasporans’ support for real estate
Experts in real estate business have called for concerted efforts aimed at attracting Nigerians in the Diaspora to support the industry, and other investments in the country.
How government can attract foreign investment in real estate sector
Faced with dwindling government revenue, the federal government has been urged to involve Nigerians in diaspora in joint venture initiatives, to attract foreign investments
Pros predict modest recovery in real estate sector by 2020
Hope of a total recovery for Nigerian real estate in 2020 might not be in sight, as industry experts have predicted that there won’t be a guaranteed rapid growth in the property market.
Experts urge technology adoption for affordable housing
At a time when macroeconomic and political forces are aggravating the challenges of affordable housing in Nigeria, experts are seeing technologies...
Experts task corporations on rental housing for low-income earners
Experts have charged the managers of housing corporations and developers in the real estate sector to come up with realistic plans for sustainability of rental housing in the country.
Why we’re regulating estate agency, by Lagos official
Hopes have brightened for the eventual reform of the real estate industry in Lagos, as authorities have indicated that it is now prepared to commence the enforcement of the state’s estate agency regulatory law.