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What You Should Know About Ikorodu Town (2)

Ikorodu town

Ikorodu town – initially a massive forest lying a few kilometers north of the Lagos Lagoon, and less than 10 kilometers north of the Atlantic Ocean, was once a walled City. This article is the second and concluding part of “ What you should know about Ikorodu”. It bridges the gap between the old and the new. Read part one ...

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Rental growth of commercial property in Nigeria.

commercial property

According to Wiki, the term commercial property (also called commercial real estate, investment or income property) refers to buildings or land intended to generate a profit, either from capital or rental income. Rental value is a key parameter for measuring real property performance. It is also a major cost for tenants and an important source of income for the landlord. ...

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Investors identify opportunities in Nigeria’s real estate sector at $400bn

The housing deficit in Nigeria, estimated at 17 million units has created immense opportunities in the country’s real estate sector, making it a preferred destination for local and foreign investors. The middle to the lower-middle class market alone needs about four million housing units, representing about 20-25 percent of the deficit and Richard Nyong, CEO of Lekki Gardens Limited, estimates ...

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Election postponement to have adverse effect on investors – LCCI

The Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry has expressed concern about the negative impact of the election postponement on businesses and investors’ confidence. The LCCI, in a statement on Sunday, said investors needed to have an idea of the direction of the country’s political and economic governance in order to manage policy and political risks of investments. The President, LCCI, ...

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Investors and developers predict vibrant post-election real estate sector

For a number of reasons which include the persisting housing deficit estimated at 17 million units, rising urbanisation and evolving scenarios that are likely to stimulate supply, investors and developers are optimistic that the real estate sector in Nigeria will become vibrant again after the general elections slated for next month. Presently, the sector, on account of political activities and ...

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Politicians sell property to raise funds for elections

In a desperate bid to raise funds ahead of February general elections, politicians seeking or sponsoring candidates for elective posts have started selling their property in major cities of the country such as Lagos, Abuja and Port Harcourt. According to a report by PUNCH, the development had crashed property market value as the politicians reduced the cost of their property ...

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Fashola cuts rates on land transactions to woo investors

Federal Government to spend N270 billion for repair of 50 bridges

In a move aimed at wooing investors towards further strengthening the economy of Lagos at a time falling oil prices are pushing some states towards insolvency, Governor Babatunde Fashola has signed an executive order slashing rates applicable to land transactions in the state. The governor’s action is a response to public outcry against difficulties associated with land transactions in Lagos, ...

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