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The shock on their faces was visible, just as their countenances mirrored the pain they were undergoing over the demolition of their houses by land grabbers.
Amid growing public concern over housing prices introduced by the Federal Government under the National Housing Programme (NHP), private developers have picked holes in the scheme.
To unleash the full potential of West Africa’s property market, real estate professionals have pushed for significant improvement in the operating environment.
Lagos-based real estate firm, Messrs GMH Luxury, has reaffirmed its commitment to bridge the existing deficit by constructing 100 units of affordable housing by 2025.
Determined to bridge housing deficit and create affordable accommodation for residents, Lagos State Governor, Mr. Babajide Sanwo-Olu, yesterday, delivered and commissioned a 480-unit housing project
A roperty investment company, Lifepage Group, has reiterated its resolve to build one million houses for different classes of Nigerians by the end of 2041.
Hopes were rekindled last week on the rejuvenation of the real estate sector, following the signing of a major deal by six property firms for the development of affordable housing schemes in Edo State.
The Delta State Oil Producing Areas Development Commission (DESOPADEC) has said the introduction of biometrics in its operations saved N380 million.
Lagos-based developer firm, Messrs GMH Luxury Homes, has urged government to remove bottlenecks militating against effective housing delivery.
The Ogun State Government has pulled down a block of classrooms at Nazareth High School, Imeko in Imeko Afon Local Government Area of the state.
The nation’s inflationary trend, which rose as high as 17.01 per cent, is adversely impacting rental housing in the five South-East states of Nigeria.
Plan by the North East Development Commission (NEDC) to site 300 housing units at the Sabore hills, notorious as den of kidnappers and other bandits in Adamawa State