Why real estate auctions are failing in Nigeria
Survivors of the nuclear attack on Hiroshima told Pope Francis on Sunday of the "scene of hell" after the bombing, as the pontiff hit out against the use of the weapons.
Developers jostle for celebrities in new marketing strategy
As the momentum for housing delivery by private estate developers shifts away from the luxury housing range, developers are adopting new marketing tactics to woo prospective investors in the low-income end of the housing market.
Engineers seek new regulation to deter quacks, foreigners’ incursion
To compete favourably with their foreign counterparts and attract patronage from government, engineers have been urged to leverage on science, technology and build their capacity to undertake bigger jobs.
What housing professionals can gain from 2020 budget
With expected Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) in the real estate sector put at 13.65 per cent from 2019 to 2022, experts have advised housing professionals...
‘Nigeria losing foreign investment to delayed Land Use Act review’
The continued delay in reviewing the land use Act had caused Nigeria to lose trillions of naira in foreign direct investments, according to Sir Rowland Abonta, Nigerian Institution...
Dubai property sales hit record volumes as prices fall
Last month set a record for the most Dubai property sales since 2008 with close to 5,000 real estate transactions, according to Dubai Land Department...
Engineers lament neglect, seek greater role in governance
Buoyed by infrastructural challenges in the country, engineers have called for more roles in governance to address the problem. They reasoned that engaging more engineers in the nation’s political space...
Paucity of funds delay Lagos’ Adeniji Adele redevelopment scheme
Three years after the authorities finalised plans to embark on the redevelopment of Adeniji Adele, one of the fast approaching slums communities in Lagos Central Business District, it appears the project has hit the brick walls due to the paucity of funds.