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Whether you live together with other people under one roof or live together as a resident in an estate, all sorts of things happen, good and bad. While we always hope for the best, it makes sense to try and predict the worst in advance... re-think it before making any commitments to buy, rent or lease any property.

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As concerns continue to swell within the metropolis over a proposed tenancy law in Lagos, professionals, particularly, members of the Nigerian Institution of Estate Surveyors and Valuers (NIESV) have begun serious consultations that may culminate into dialoguing with the state government.

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As Lagosians await the assent of the controversial new tenancy law by Governor Raji Fashola to usher in a regime of rent control, divergent views have continued to becloud the proposed document.

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It’s like the real estate agents’ mantra: location, location, location. You’ve certainly heard the phrase enough and may wonder what possesses agents to say it three times. Or you might think it pertains to three different types of locations — perhaps an excellent location, a mediocre location and a lousy location.

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With loads of properties for sale or rent on Nigeria Property Centre on any given day, it can be difficult to make sure that your property stands out. That's why we offer both homeowners and estate agents the ability to upgrade their listing to 'Featured Property' status.

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The 1004 estate in Victoria Island, Lagos offers home seekers decent accommodation with basic facilities and simple luxury like a swimming pool. 800 two and three bedroom flats (80%) of the 1004 flats in this estate entered into entered the Victoria Island market almost the same time in October 2010 with very high rent tags which market analysts viewed as unrealistic in the circumstance. Apparently responding to the credit crisis in the financial system however, landlords of the various flats at the estate have slashed the rents considerably. A two-bedroom flat which was ₦2.75 million per annum now goes for ₦1.7 million per annum. Three-bedroom flat have come down from ₦3.5 million per annum to ₦2.2 million per annum.

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Getting a place to rent can be quite a challenge. It could take anywhere from a few days to few weeks or even more. We discovered an interesting article that talks about things to consider when Renting a new place. We thought to summarize and share the key guidelines that should be followed or considered.

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Experts within the real estate industry expect the value of property in Surulere, Lagos to increase following the delivery of some major development schemes by the Lagos authorities. These projects include the Gbaja Shopping, Mall, the upgraded Adeniran Ogunsanya Street and Adeniran Ogunsanya Shopping Mall, amongst others.

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