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11 Nov
The country may have lost about N10 trillion to construction failures in the last three decades, The Guardian investigations have revealed.
27 Jun 2022
The surge in rental costs is prompting city dwellers to downsize or downgrade to more affordable apartments to stave off harsh economic situation, especially cost of living.
2 Aug 2021
Experts has urged professionals in the real estate industry to take advantage of existing technology and innovations to deepen practice and accelerate affordable housing in the country.
22 Feb 2021
The number of property developers starting construction in the Lagos mainland have tumbled by 80 per cent, following a major shift in Nigeria’s residential demand by the young professionals.
27 Jul 2020
To de-risk the built environment sector, the Nigerian Institution of Estate Surveyors and Valuers (NIESV) has called on the Lagos State Government to involve its members in the mandatory building insurance scheme.
25 Apr 2020
Lagos State Government has assured residents that it will not rest on its oars until a complete stop is put to the spread of the deadly coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in the state, just as it received 160 Personal Protective Equipment from the Nigerian Institution of Estate Surveyors and Valuers (NIESV).
30 Mar 2020
Flustered by the explosion that ravaged some locations across Lagos recently, the Nigerian Institution of Estate Surveyors and Valuers (NIESV), has announced plans...
20 Jan 2020
Abandoned to fate by successive governments, the ancient city of Badagry has been bereft of any meaningful property investment. However recent infrastructural developments spearheaded by the Lagos State government have ignited growing interests among investors in the once docile city.
6 Jan 2020
Although details of the amendment to the Lagos Land Use Charge (LUC) Law 2018, is still sketchy, the recommendations by members of the Lagos State House of Assembly to amend the act has continued to elicit reactions among major stakeholders in the state. The amendment, which came about 20 months after the 2018 law generated…
11 Nov 2019
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...
12 Aug 2019
Mr. Adedotun Adegbola, is the Chairman, Lagos State Branch of the Nigerian Institution of Estate Surveyors and Valuers (NIESV). In this interview with BERTRAM NWANNEKANMA, the fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors spoke on the contentious Lagos land use charge, his agenda for the institution, as well as other burning issues in the real estate sector.
20 May 2019
The 13th honours night dinner and awards, organised by Nigerian Institution of Estate Surveyors and Valuers (NIESV) Lagos State Branch, comes up on Thursday, May 23, 2019. In a statement issued by the Branch Publicity Secretary, Richard Olodu and Chairman, Organising committee, Adedotun Bamigbola, the theme of this year’s event would be ‘Promoting Professionalism in…


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Statutorily, Nigeria is seven years behind in the conduct of its Population and Housing census. Ideally, a census should be conducted every 10 years, but since the last exercise held in 2006, multiple factors have prevented Nigeria from conducting the exercise as at when due.