Nigerian real estate sector – Post covid-19

As the global economy is trying to restart and pick up momentum after the unprecedented spread of the COVID 19 virus, Nigeria too is looking to jumpstart its economic motor. Nigeria did not suffer as much as some nations with regards to the number of cases and deaths related to the COVID virus, but its […]

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Nigeria’s 2020 Real Estate Outlook

The recent report from Northcourt laid forth the outlook for real estate in Nigeria in 2020. The report details key sectors and economic indicators that will help define and shape Nigeria’s real estate scene in the coming year. The outlook has some bright spots but will most certainly depend on economic/fiscal policies as well as […]

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4 Lagos Hotels Worth a Stay

Lagos has no shortage of hotels. From the mainland to the islands, locals, visitors and dignitaries alike have a wide selection for their business or pleasure. For the picky lodgers, today we will highlight a few hotels in Lagos that are worth a relaxing stay. If your favourite hotel is not on this short list, […]

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Nigerian Firm Wins “Best Developer In Africa”

The Cavalli Group, the holding company for Deluxe Residences Limited and Global Property Partners (GPP), has won the “Best Developer in Africa” at the African Real Estate Conference and Awards (AFRECA) that was held at the Landmark Event Centre in Lagos last week – as reported by This Day. The Cavalli Groups stunning development, the […]

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Building A House In Nigeria…While Living Abroad

For many Nigerians home and abroad, it is a dream to one day build a place for themselves and their families. Especially if you are a son, there seems to be an extra burden for you to erect an impressive structure. The satisfaction gained from constructing a house in the village or your local city, […]

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Nigeria’s Housing Deficit

A recent report states that the Nigerian Federal Government would have to inject $363 billion (N111 trillion), to meet the current demand for housing in the country. Nigeria’s housing deficit is estimated anywhere between 17 – 20 million units. This is a staggering amount of money and it begs the question – Is this a […]

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Most Livable Cities in Nigeria (2019)

I hope you read last weeks post on the “Most Livable Cities In Africa” – there were a few shockers on that list of African cities, and needless to say there was a bit of controversy. I expect this post to be very similar – not everyone will agree with our list, as most people […]

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Abuja Building Collapse – 1 confirmed dead, several trapped

In our nations capital, Abuja, a four storey building collapsed last Friday, killing one person and trapping up to ten individuals. 6 people were rescued from the rubble and the search continued for a day to try and recover the remaining people, as reported by the Vanguard News. The search and recovery efforts were called […]

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The Future of Affordable Housing?

PRESSING OUR WAY TO THE FUTURE OF SUSTAINABLE & AFFORDABLE HOUSING Humans, for millennia, have used mother earth to make shelters, homes and places of worship. The very dirt beneath our feet, is arguably the best material for constructing the places we live,work and pray. If I were to tell you that this material is: […]

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