Month: November 2018


NTA Property Connect Magazine International has launched its third edition and its first offline publiction for the last quarter of 2018.

The Supervising Editor Arc. Jacinta Samson revealed this shortly before it hit the stands at the headquarters on the third week of November after the approval of the DG Alh. Yakubu Ibn Mohammed through the MD. NTA Property Investment Company Lydia shuibu.

This edition is free and fully packed for enthusiastic readers with articles, interviews and tips on housing and building issues and policies, investments and aquisitions, infrastructure development strides by the government and all construction related market rates.

Our main feature and cover personality of this edition is no other than the Director General of the Nigerian Television Authority, Alhaji Yakubu Ibn Mohammed who is also the recepient of our ‘Star Archiever’ award.

You would have the previledge to download and also read about all these online as well as in our susiquent blog posts. For now, go grab your free copies at any Nta office within your location and enjoy our offers.

#PrropertyNews: LCCI – Infrastructure deficit crumbles Nigerian business’ competitiveness

The Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) has raised the alarm that high excise duties on locally-produced goods and challenges of exporting made-in-Nigeria products, as well as the inaccessibility of the Lagos ports on account of the bad roads, have created an excruciating business environment, which has seriously hamstrung business activities in the country […]

via LCCI: Infrastructure deficit crumbles Nigerian business’ competitiveness — Nigeria Real Estate Hub

#PropertyNews: Paint consumption in Nigeria rises to N96bn

Despite the prevalent harsh business terrain in the country, paint manufacturers said that consumption of the product is currently on the increase with the figure put at N96.50 billion as at the third quarter of this year. According to Paint Manufacturers Association of Nigeria, (PMA), a group of the Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN) this […]

via Paint consumption in Nigeria rises to N96bn — Nigeria Real Estate Hub

#PropertyNEWS: Expert bemoans poor maintenance culture towards infrastructure

Jide Oke, a former Chairman of Lagos Chapter of Nigerian Institute of Quantity Surveyors (NIQS), on Tuesday said that poor maintenance culture was the bane of infrastructure development in Nigeria. Oke, who made the observation in an interview said lack of maintenance culture had been a challenge since the nation got independence. He expressed regret […]

via Expert bemoans poor maintenance culture towards infrastructure — Nigeria Real Estate Hub