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Types of Property you can Buy In Nigeria

There are broadly two types of property you may buy, according to the Land Use Act. You may buy land from a community (omo onile) or in an urban area. I will describe both categories. a. Omo onile or community land: According to the Land Use Act, some land rightfully belongs to communities. You can legitimately buy from them. But please note the following: – Ask whether the land you are interested in has been excised by the government and ratified in an official Gazette. Ask for a copy of the Gazette (it’s a document) and for the survey plan of […]

Nigeria’s property market on growth path

A large housing deficit and an increasing demand for residences in Nigeria have set the Nigerian real estate sector on course for a period of sustained growth. According to a report by Lagos-based  investment advisory and project development firm, CBO Capital earlier this year, the sector was valued at $39bn and growing at 10 percent a year. Even though local and foreign developers have carried out a large number of projects in recent years, in most segments demand has outpaced delivery. In Lagos, the country’s largest urban area and one of the fastest-growing cities in the world, around 70 percent of […]

Nigeria becomes second-largest shareholder in Shelter Afrique after $9.4m investment

The Federal Government has committed $9.4 million to pan African housing development financier, Shelter Afrique (SHAF), which is owned by 44 African governments, African Development Bank (AFDB) and Africa Re. The contribution moves Nigeria to the second largest in the organisation with 14.77 percent of the shareholding, behind Kenya with 14.87 percent and ahead of the AFDB at 14.28 per cent. SHAF is currently considering a $3 million equity participation in the newly created Nigeria Mortgage Guarantee Company (NMGC) having already been instrumental to the creation of the Nigeria Mortgage Refinance Company (NMRC). Advertisement Advertisement Nigeria will also benefit from […]