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Why Governor’s Consent Hinders Real Estate Development In Nigeria

Governor's consent

The Governor’s consent is a title document that establishes the consent of every Governor of the 36 states of the federation to all land transaction in the “said state”. Invariably, it is a means of perfecting the title on a land. Obtaining a Governor’s consent in Nigeria is a very herculean task. This article addresses the issue of the Governor’s ...

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Foreclosure and Action for Foreclosure

foreclosure

When a house is in foreclosure then all doesn’t seem well. Foreclosure is something every real estate investor naturally tries to avoid especially when the investor’s real estate acquisition thrives on mortgage. In this article we explain what foreclosure means and how it is effected.  Foreclosure is a legal process in which a lender attempts to recover the balance of ...

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What You Must Know About Mortgage In Real Estate

Mortgage

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 ...

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How To Access An Estate Developer’s loan

Estate Developer's loan

This article tells you what you should know and subsequently do to access an estate developer’s loan in Nigeria. It is a long process in gaining access to funds for that estate development project.  Estate developers in Nigeria have one major constraint and that is the cost of acquiring land which is the first stage on a somewhat tumultuous path ...

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How To Access A Mortgage

mortgage

What is a Mortgage? A mortgage is a lien on a property/house that secures a loan and is paid (interest and principal) in installments over an agreed period of time. The mortgage secures your promise that you’ll repay the money you’ve borrowed to buy your home. Mortgages come in many different shapes and sizes, each with its own advantages and ...

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