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One year ago today, we launched nigeria property centre with a vision to make the search for property to let and for sale in nigeria easy and quick. within this time we have become one of the best property websites in nigeria. below is an infographic of ...

Today, we’re announcing the launch of our business website service for estate agents in nigeria. this service gives estate agents in nigeria the ability to own their own websites in just 5 minutes. the websites feature full property listing and search cap...

Front-line property development and management company, megamound investment limited, has successfully completed jasmine court, an exquisite apartment block situated within its carlton gate estate that is located off chevron drive in lekki.the development, ...

Worried by the recurring cases of building collapse in the country, the federal government says it would begin to confiscate sites where buildings collapse in the nigeria no matter who owned them. in a chat with our correspondent, the registrar of the coun...

As government plans to ban the importation of cement by the end of march, all fingers seem to be directed at dangote cement as a clear leader in nigeria’s cement business. with its production hitting close to 20 million metric tonnes, about 80% of total l...

In a bid to open up investment opportunities and provide for more accommodation to the teeming population in abuja, the federal capital territory (fct) last week formally commenced ₦137 billion infrastructural developments in the kagini, katampe and maita...

All abandoned properties within the landmass of lagos state may be taken over by the state government, a step to forestall security threats milling round the metropolis, officials in the ministry of physical planning and urban development have hinted. the ...

While many hospitality experts project events that will shape the industry in their outlook for 2012, the expectation is high on the many new hotels that will be opening their doors to the public this year. of course, the biggest of them all is the long ex...

Lagos state government earmarked n43 billion in the state’s 2012 budget to tackle the problem of housing in nigeria’s commercial nerve centre, through a rent-to-own option. a rent-to-own option is a system whereby a tenant pays a certain amount each mo...

Following on the heel of the fuel subsidy removal by the federal government, abuja residents have decried new increases in rent rates in some areas in the fct. a check by daily trust revealed that tenants in kubwa, a densely populated satellite town in the...

The lagos state governor, babatunde raji fashola san, seems intent on complicating the (even at best of times) fractious relationship between landlords and tenants in the state. after signing into law the tenancy law which restricts the payment or rent to o...