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“REDAN is a serious stakeholder in housing development” – Hajia Binta Ibrahim

stakeholder in housing development

The Chairperson, Real Estate Developers Association of Nigeria (REDAN), Federal Capital Territory (FCT), chapter, Hajia Binta Ibrahim, in this interview with Dele Ogbodo, said that the only way houses can be made affordable is when there is serious intervention from all the stakeholders in the sector and government has to realize that REDAN is a serious stakeholder in housing development. ...

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‘Use appropriate technology & materials to offset Nigeria’s housing deficit’- Obua

appropriate technology & materials

Ifeanyi Obua, a graduate of Mechanical Engineering with specialisation (MSc) in Technology of machine manufacturing from Krivoy Rog Technical University, Ukraine, is the CEO of Obua Technology Solutions LTD. Obua mentioned legislation and empowerment of land ownership, use of appropriate technology, training of labour force in the construction industry among others as the solution to Nigeria’s housing deficit. In an ...

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“Delivery is a major problem in the practice of real estate in Nigeria”

Delivery is a major problem in the practice of real estate in Nigeria

Emmanuel Okogun, a business development executive at Grenadines Homes LTD in an interview with Elsie Godwin, Nigeria real estate hub correspondent, pointed out Delivery as one of the major problems in the practice of real estate in Nigeria. Okogun said that lack of integrity, overpriced houses, inaccessible finances and unprofessionalism are the vital challenges facing the real estate practise in ...

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“Avoiding building collapse is a task for every stakeholder” – Architect Temidayo Fabiyi

Avoiding building collapse

MD/CEO, FT+D Ltd, Architect Temidayo Fabiyi, in an interview with Nigeria real estate hub correspondent has said that avoiding building collapse in Nigeria is a task for every stakeholder in the building industry. A graduate of the University of Lagos department of Architecture with a post graduate degree in Environmental Sciences (Architecture) and a member of the Nigeria Institute of ...

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“The major problem facing estate agents in Nigeria is lack of unity” – Jide Odelola

Solving The Problem Of Affordable Housing In Nigeria

Mr. Jide Odelola, the Deputy Chairman of Association of Property Investment and Commissioned Agents in Nigeria (APICAN), who has journeyed through being an educationist into being a realtor in this brief chat with Nigeria real estate hub correspondent states clearly that the major problem facing estate agents in Nigeria is non-unity. According to Jide, “APICAN is an association of real ...

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‘There are land litigations in court for the past 15/20years’ – Chinedu Ifezue

In a brief interview with Nigeria real estate hub correspondent, Mr. Chindedu Ifezue defines litigation in the simplest way possible, sheds more light into Land litigation in Nigeria and the challenges facing land litigation. Read below: Q: Good day sir, thank you for granting us this interview, kindly introduce yourself: A: My name is Chinedu Ifezue. I am a lawyer ...

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‘Poor infrastructural mechanism is a major challenge in low cost housing’

The Vice President and Chairman REDAN south west, CEO Cross and Churchill Estates Limited, Mr. Taiwo Ogunbodede, in a chat with Nigeria real Estate hub correspondent, Elsie Godwin, pointed out the country’s poor infrastructural mechanism as one of the Major challenges facing low cost housing in Nigeria. He also reiterated that the number of housing units being built yearly in the country ...

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“NMRC is not as straightforward as people think” – Lanre Afolabi

In an interview with Elsie Godwin of Nigeria Real Estate Hub, the acting MD of New prudential Mortgage Bank, Mr. Lanre Afolabi who has garnered over 15years experience that span through Financial service sector: ranging from mortgage banking through investment/commercial banking and Real Estate, said NMRC is not as straight forward as people would think.   Read Below: How would you describe ...

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