Can my minimum wage afford me a home? Yes. Ask me how
After working as a civil servant for 21 years,
I looked back and ask myself “what do I have to show for this long year of service”
One major achievement I would have loved to achieve is to
own a home but unfortunately I am still a tenant.
Though I blame myself for not planning towards owning a home,
but if I have had the information on how to plan towards buying a home or building one,
maybe it would have changed the story.
The vice President Yemi Osinbajo has estimated the country’s present
housing deficit at a staggering 20 million houses.
Nigeria has a low homeownership rate, lower than that of
Indonesia (84 percent), Kenya (73 percent), and South Africa (56 percent).
The major issues that continue to affect housing in Nigeria include
constraints related to the high cost of securing and registering secure
land title, inadequate access to finance, slow administrative procedures,
and the high cost of land.
Until the government policies changes, this housing deficit will
continue to increase as the population increases.
Do you have to wait on the Government?
what you need is the right information on where,
when and how to get affordable properties in Nigeria.
Whatever might be your challenges and issues with home ownership, you can get professional consultancy from us, call 2348167246429, +234 8052 0979 50 or +234 8028 0218 07
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