Seen from above, the economy is doing great. For each of the last two quarters, GPD grew at an annual rate of 3% ― that’s a lot. Exports are growing. The stock market is high. Unemployment is low. The Fed makes optimistic statements about the
With the government lending a major policy push to its vision of ensuring ‘Housing for All’ by bringing homes up to 150 sq m under the affordable housing scheme and private players rising to the occasion, the million-dollar question is will the government be able
MUMBAI: New home sales in the country’s top eight property markets increased 5% on year in the quarter ended September, powered by a 24% surge in affordable housing uptake in a boost to the government’s ‘Housing for All by 2022’ scheme, latest data shows. Home
It is clear that Prime Minister Narendra Modi wants homes to be more affordable for the masses. The real estate sector has been under his hard gaze as is evident from the Real Estate Regulation Act (RERA) which came into force a few months ago.
The Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria (FMBN) on Wednesday said it disbursed more than N7 billion loan to beneficiaries in 2017. Its Managing Director, Ahmed Dangiwa, disclosed this at the FMBN 2017 Management Retreat in Abuja, with the theme “Towards Improving FMBN Transaction Turnaround Time“.
The Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria earlier today held its annual Management Retreat to proffer solutions for improved transaction turn around time. Speaking at the retreat, the Honourable Minister of State 2 of Power, Works & Housing, Suleiman Hassan Zarma, noted that the greatest challenge
The Director, Multi-Systems Consultants, Ibrahim Haruna, has blamed the rise in the price of cement as a contributory factor to the frequent building collapse being experienced in the country. Speaking at a seminar organised by the Kaduna State chapter of the Nigerian Institute of Architects
Federal Government has pledged quick disbursement of funds to hasten ongoing construction of houses under the National Housing Programme (NHP). The Minister of State 1 for Power, Works and Housing, Alhaji Mustapha Shehuri, made the pledge while briefing Newsmen in Enugu on at the end
FCT Minister Malam Bello Muhammad has said that residents of the territory may have to pay for infrastructure as government could no longer continue to fund it. Muhammad said this while on a inspection tour of ongoing road projects by the FCT, being executed by
Worried by the decline recorded in their sectors in the last one and half years, stakeholders in the construction and real estate industry have suggested ways out of the woods. DAYO AYEYEMI reports While the dust raised by the 2017 third quarter data on Nigerian’s