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Addressing housing crisis, deficit in Abuja

HOUSING crisis is a huge issue for the poor and the working people in Abuja with more than half of the population living in precarious houses.  We have 1.7 million housing deficit. Given the fact that it is both fundamental and constitutional requirement, the Nigerian government had formulated a National Housing Policy in 1991 to ease the provision of adequate, accessible and low-cost housing for the poor and the working people.

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Huge Lagos housing deficit: Firm to deliver 2,000 housing units in nine months in three LGAs

T o  address the huge housing deficit in Lagos state estimated to be about three million units, Messrs EchoStone Nigeria, a property development firm, in collaboration with Lagos state government through the State Ministry of Housing, on Thursday laid the foundation for speedy construction of 2,000 housing units in three Local Government Areas (LGAs) in the state.

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Thinking affordability in the value system is key to achieving affordable housing — Expert

As part of its contribution to provision of housing in Nigeria, Rydal Mews Limited, a fast-growing real estate development company introduced “Promise-To-Own” home ownership scheme at the 7th anniversary celebration of the firm held recently in Lagos. The initiative promises to provide customers an opportunity to own quality and affordable houses in the heart of Lekki with pre-payment plans spread across five years.

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Thinking affordability in the value system is key to achieving affordable housing – Expert

The General Manager of West African Ceramics Ltd, foremost manufacturer of tiles, grouts, tile adhesives, marbles, and allied products in Nigeria, Mr. Bhaskar Rao, has disclosed that the efforts by stakeholders to achieve affordable housing would to a large extent meet its desired result when  affordability is made top most priority of the entire industry value chain.

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Aso Gardens Estate, Abuja

We Strive to Support Affordable Housing- Royal Ceramics boss

The General Manager of West African Ceramics Ltd, foremost manufacturer of the ROYAL brand of tiles, grouts and tile adhesives, Mr. Bhaskar Rao, has stated that the idea behind opening of ultra modern showrooms across the country known as Royal Exclusive Showroom stocked with the company’s range of products is basically to support affordable housing in Nigeria. Rao disclosed this at the inauguration of two additional ultra modern exclusive tile showrooms to the network of Royal Exclusive Showrooms in Aba and PortHarCourt recently.

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Housing problem worsens despite govt’s policies – NACC

The Nigerian-American Chamber of Commerce, NACC, has said that it is regrettable that despite  great policies, institutions and regulations which various Nigerian governments including the state governments, had put in place since independence, the task of instituting efficient, effective, affordable and sustainable housing delivery processes had remained a challenge to policymakers even as the problems of housing provision had worsened.

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Aso Gardens Estate, Abuja

Housing deficit: PMI reduces gap with 249-unit Aso Gardens Estate in Abuja

The huge housing deficit in the country which is in the range of 18 million units could be drastically reduced if the clamour for partnership to salvage the troubled nation’s housing sector is taken seriously among the stakeholders as exemplified with the delivery of 249-unit housing estate known as Aso Gardens Estate, Karsana, Abuja, by Aso Savings and Loans Plc, a primary mortgage institution, PMI, operating across Nigeria.

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