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Nigeria property centre, january 3, 2019 - nigeria property centre (npc), a leading property search website in nigeria has announced its performance figures for 2018. the numbers show the site attracted 7.4 million visits which generated 929,000 enquirie...

Nigeria property centre, january 30, 2018 - nigeria property centre (npc), a leading property search website in nigeria has announced its performance figures for 2017 which highlights it's progress. the numbers show that 145,000 property listings were ad...

The lagos state government enacted a tenancy law a while ago. tenants in the state saw this as a step in the right direction. from all indications, it appears the frenzy has fizzled out and it is business as usual again. this made me to pen an article ti...

We wrote a while ago that the ogun state government recently introduced a scheme tagged, "ogun state homeowners charter"  which is aimed at regularizing property titles in ogun state. the exercise was initially billed to end on february 28 but...

The economic and financial crimes commission (efcc) on 4/3/2014, secured a court order for the forfeiture of brifina hotel located at plot 1106 cadastral zone bo2, durumi district, abuja. the efcc was able to establish that the property was bought with ...

The lagos state government is undoubtedly walking the talk with its housing g initiative called lagos home ownership mortgage scheme (lagos homs). we told you a while ago in one of our articles that lagos homs will offer lagos residents an opportunity t...

Things are really looking up in the nigerian real estate sector with various stakeholders churning out programs aimed at providing affordable homes especially for low income earners. the latest in this fray is the federal housing authority (fha) which is ...

Prompted by a prevalence of building collapse in nigeria, i penned an article titled - "stemming the tide of building collapse in nigeria". i wrote that piece a couple of days ago not knowing another building collapse was in the offing at enugu...

Some folks don't just get it when we whine about the prevalence of unscrupulous property agents and property scams in nigeria and the need for one to 'shine his/eyes well well' before parting with his/her hard earned money in the name of renting, buying a...

citing his governments desire to encourage low income lagos residents to own homes without much stress, the lagos state governor, mr. babatunde raji fashola on monday 03/02/2014 flagged off the lagos home ownership mortgage scheme (lagoshoms). mr. fa...

in one of my earlier essays, i hinted that plans were in the works by the federal government to introduce an encouraging mortgage regime that will be accessible to many nigerians especially low income earners. sequel to the flagging off, of the newl...