Lekki-Epe corridors’ estate investments delight property developers
Notwithstanding the lull in Nigeria’s real estate sector, the Lekki-Epe area of Lagos has continued to offer a ray of hope for property investment with investors, developers and realtors upping their games to take the large chunk of the bounty.
Yobe partners Family Homes Funds in N10.8 billion estate
Determined to address the 2.3 million housing deficits in the state, Yobe government has jump-started a new scheme, which would deliver 3,600 affordable units to the residents.
Experts list strategies for sustainable real estate growth
To achieve sustainable growth in the nation’s real estate sector, stakeholders have listed ways in which the industry could overcome its temporary setbacks. They noted that the sector is still recovering with a contribution to the national Gross Domestic product staggering between one and two percent.
Demand for Nigeria’s luxury real estate dips
The Nigeria’s luxury real estate market has taken a beating lately due to several fundamentals, which include stricter government regulations and economic factors.
Stakeholders chart course for works, housing minister
Spurred by the last week separation of the Ministry of Power from Works and Housing by the President, critical stakeholders in the built environment have urged the supervising Minister, Babatunde Fashola to use the experiences garnered in the last four years...
Oceanna four towers’ waterfront project berths in Lagos
Notwithstanding the lull in the economy, a new residential and commercial development has kicked off in the Victoria Island corridor, which will encourage home ownership and co-investment in the hospitality environment.
FIABCI Nigeria holds real estate consultants’ certification programme
The International Real Estate Federation (FIABCI) Nigeria has announced plans to hold the second edition of the Real Estate International Training Programme...
Firm plans property Expo for Nigerians in Diaspora
United Kingdom-based proptech company, Diaspora Realty has announced plans to host Nigeria’s first virtual property and investment expo in November.
Firm plans summit on housing
Housing professionals and other experts in the built industry would gather in Lagos for a summit of suppliers of construction products from around the globe with the aim of reducing the huge gap between demand and supply in the nation’s housing value chain.