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Facts Only: 7 Most Expensive Homes In Nigeria Currently

aliko Dangote House - Most Expensive Homes In Nigeria

In this new article, I will be focusing on bringing you facts about the most expensive homes in Nigeria with picture proofs as well. We’re in a country where everyone is trying their best to outdo the person next to them, be it a friend, colleague or foe. Nowhere is this best showcased than in the real estate space, where ...

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Brief History of Mortgage In Nigeria and How it Works

Mortgage In Nigeria

In simple terms, a mortgage is a legal agreement that allows you to borrow money from a bank or building society, at a specified interest rate, in order to buy/build a house. The concept of mortgage in Nigeria is pretty straightforward. It is a loan in which a property (whether land or building) is used as collateral. The borrower enters ...

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Top 10 successful Nigerian women in real estate sector

Successful Nigerian Women In Real Estate

Women in real estate sector are beginning to pitch their tent towards becoming more successful than their male counterparts. Of a truth, the sector is wide and growing very fast. Yet, these set of women have shown true passion and diligence in what they do. They are the true definition of Successful women in West Africa we should celebrate. In ...

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Latest Rankings: Top Universities In Nigeria

Latest Rankings: Top Universities In Nigeria

Ranking and compiling a list of top universities in Nigeria is never an easy task, given the huge number of tertiary institutions currently operational in the country. However, we were still able to arrange a list nonetheless. According to the latest rankings of the top universities in Nigeria done by uniRank for the year 2018, the University of Lagos is the best University ...

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What you must know about MORTGAGE in Nigeria Real Estate

National Housing Fund

For most Nigerians that have served the government or being into civil service for donkey years it is almost impossible that they save enough to own a piece of land talk-less having money to build their own houses. Therefore, many Nigerians do require one form of assistance or the other to become landlords. This assistance normally should come in form of mortgage, ...

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