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The ‘SUPPLIER’s CREDIT’ approach to buying properties

This is the continuation of the ‘Approaches to buying properties’ series we started towards the end of last year. You can read the earlier articles where we discussed the first approach here and here. The second method is what you can call a supplier’s credit. Supplier’s credit like we know it is your supplier giving you goods to sell before ...

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Professionals predict tough 2015 for Nigeria’s real estate market

Nigeria’s real estate industry may not perform well in this current year, if the nation’s fiscal policy and the present regime of naira devaluation persist, professionals within the built environment have said, predicting low activities of the market in 2015. This is coming at a time the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) says it is working to beef up the ...

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Dolphin Estate moves to evict squatters and return to masterplan

Dolphin Estate

Residents of Dolphin Estate, Ikoyi, a high-brow Lagos community, are battling to restore the original master plan of the estate. They feared that the existence of non-resident artisans, motor parks, roadside mechanics, vulcanisers and street traders, among others would not only continue to pose security risks, but was gradually tampering with the structural design of the estate. The Dolphin Estate ...

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‘I can never retire to my village’ – Tunji Sotimirin

Tunji Shotimirin on Real Estate

In this interview, Otunba Tunji Sotimirin shares his views on various aspects of real estate and housing issues arising in Nigeria. He also has some very insightful messages for real estate investors, developers and practitioners in general. The youths are not left out too, just as he also has something to say about retirement. Please read and leave your comments. ...

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FG woos investors with waivers on affordable housing.

Apparently worried by the high cost of housing delivery in Nigeria, the Federal Government has begun to woo key players and stakeholders in the public and private sectors of the economy with concessions and waivers that would enable them provide affordable housing to millions of homeless Nigerians. Indications to this effect emerged last week at one-day pre- summit for the ...

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Lekki Communities Say NO to 4th Mainland Bridge Project

Worried that the Lagos authorities may take over a large chunk of its landed property without adequate compensation, Lekki communities have urged the State government to look elsewhere in attempt to construct the proposed Lagos 4th Mainland Bridge in the metropolis. They say that other developmental projects, like the Lekki Free Trade Zone (LFTZ) have robbed them of their land ...

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Court suspends construction works on disputed land involving Lagos Governor and others.

A Lagos High Court Ikeja has restrained Lagos State governor and others, from further construction in a disputed property located at 7, Law Close, Magodo. Justice Atinuke Oluyemi halted further work on the site in an injunction she delivered last week, following an application by the claimant, Dr. Mrs. Abimbola Odumosu. Odumosu through her counsel, Adekunle Oyesanya (SAN), has approached ...

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OGUN promises completion of Sango-Akute road

The authorities of Ogun State have explained that on-going construction of the 40 kilometre-Sango-Akute-Ojodu Abiodun Road in Ado- Odo/Ota and Ifo local government areas was slowed down due to persistent rainfall. The State’s Commissioner for Works and Infrastructure, Mr. Olamilekan Adegbite, an architect, made this known in Abeokuta last week said, embarking on the construction in the face of unfriendly ...

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Impact of Nigeria’s Rebasing on the Real Estate Sector

After Nigeria’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) was recently rebased by measuring GDP estimates with a current base year price structure, Nigeria took over from South Africa as the largest economy in the African continent. This can be attributed to significant contribution by various sectors such as the real estate industry, which is estimated to be 8.01 percent and pegged at ...

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“I Built My House on a Tight Budget”: Enakeno Atagbaza

This is a testimony of how this man built his house on a tight budget. Having initially thought he wouldn’t be able to build a house anytime soon, he was guided and eventually has become a landlord today. If he could do it, you can also SACK YOUR LANDLORD! Please introduce yourself Sir? My name is Enakeno Atagbaza and I ...

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