Tag Archive: Housing

OPIC’s 80% local inputs sourcing raises hope for low-cost housing
OPIC’s 80% local inputs sourcing raises hope for low-cost housing
by CHUKA UROKO

Nigeria is today the second most expensive housing market in...

Sustainable housing reforms set to bridge housing deficit in Nigeria
by Isaac Esowe

Globally, there is a strong consensus that the development of...

‘We acknowledge importance of change and always strive to remain a step ahead’
by CHUKA UROKO

Mixta Africa is a continental real estate firm with operations...

Housing deficit: How developers, home seekers can tap inherent opportunities
Housing deficit: How developers, home seekers can tap opportunities
by Endurance Okafor

Though it has become a subject of debate and contestation,...

Affordable housing strategies: mixed income policies (Part I)
by Amamchukwu Okafor

Urban societies are typically a mix of diverse people and...

Experts task on policies drive access to mortgage, homeownership
by CHUKA UROKO

Governments at both state and federal levels in Nigeria need...

Why Nigeria’s 17m housing units deficit is no longer tenable
by CHUKA UROKO

Nigeria and South Africa are Africa’s largest economies that differ...

Mortgage and housing deficit: The meeting point
by Chuka Uroko

Frequently, housing deficit is linked to under-supply of housing relative...

Time to build as input materials prices drop in H1 2018
Time to build as input materials prices drop in H1 2018
by CHUKA UROKO

The significant drop in the prices of major building materials...

Fresh hope for civil servants as implementation of new conditions for accessing NHF loans begins
by CHUKA UROKO

Hope is on the way for civil servants, especially those...

How promoting local content in building materials supports affordable housing
by CHUKA UROKO

Affordability is a recurring decimal in any discussion that borders...

In need of the visible hands: affordable housing market
by Amamchukwu Okafor

Not all statistics are worth losing sleep over. Some are...