Patrick Osiegbu - Nigeria Property Centre

Posts by Patrick Osiegbu

They say if something is expensive but worth it, you will find a way to get it. And property in regard to land and buildings is one thing that is worth your investment in the long term.

By 2011, only 37% of Nigerians were house owners. This gap can be bridged by providing relevant and timely information to potential investors and to the general public. Additionally, there is a need to break down the barriers to investing in the sector by simplifying the process. That said, consider these 8 steps as you go about putting your hard earned money in the property market.


    For a lot people within and outside Nigeria, it is a country that is relies on oil through and through. We would be nothing without oil, right? Well, you will be pleased to know this is not true, especially today. Did you know, for instance, that the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) grew by about 6.9% in the third quarter of 2013 largely because of the increased contribution of the non-oil sector? What is more, real estate services hold a significant position in this particular sector.

    That is one reason why investing in the real estate industry is a great idea, whether as an individual or corporate entity.