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#PropertyConnect International: Buying first home remains a pipe dream for young Vietnamese

vnexpress.net By Dat Nguyen November 1, 2019 | 11:10 am GMT+7 Apartment buildings seen in Hoang Mai District, Hanoi. Photo by VnExpress/Nhat Quang. Surging prices and a decline in the supply of affordable apartments are making it almost impossible for young Vietnamese to buy their first home. Pham Hoai Nam used to think that being a […]

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#PropertyNews: Kaduna govt. to build N3bn houses for low-income earners – Commissioner

Kaduna State Government has earmarked N3 billion for the construction official of houses for low-income earners in 2020, the Commissioner for Housing and Urban Development, Fausat Ibikunle, has said. The Commissioner made the disclosure while defending the ministry’s budget before the State House of Assembly on Monday in Kaduna. According to her, the ministry has […]

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#PropertyNews: FG strategizes to tackle housing challenges

The Federal Government has reiterated its commitment to developing holistic strategies involving all tiers of government and the private sector to tackle housing challenges in the country. Mr. Mohammed Bukar, Permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Works and Housing (FMWH) said this in his opening remarks at the Eighth Meeting of the National Council on Lands, […]

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#PropertyNews : 5 rescued at another building collapse in Ojuelegba

The Lagos State Emergency Management Agency (LASEMA), during overnight operation on Thursday, rescued five victims in another collapsed building in Ojuelegba area of Surulere. The Chief Executive Officer, LASEMA, Dr. Oluwafemi Oke-Osanyintolu, who confirmed this to newsmen said the victims were rescued after the building was pulled down to ground zero about 11 p.m. Oke-Osanyintolu said […]

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#PropertyNews : Owerri residents count loss as flood wreaks havoc

Residents of Owerri Municipal Council in Imo State have appealed to Governor Emeka Ihedioha to come to their aid, stating that flood has ravaged their buildings and other properties. Our Correspondent gathered on Monday that a three-day rain which started on Friday and ended on Sunday had destroyed household properties and commercial goods. The residents […]

via Owerri residents count loss as flood wreaks havoc — Nigeria Real Estate Hub

#PropertyNews : FCT administration threatens property owners with demolition

The Federal Capital Territory (FCT), administration has vowed to prosecute developers raising illegal structures which were distorting the Abuja Master Plan. “The illegal structures built largely on waterways are causing damage to lives and property in the FCT. We won’t accept that” Mr. Suleiman Abdurahmeed, Acting Coordinator and Director of Administration and Finance, Abuja Metropolitan […]

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#PropertyNews : Illegal structures along pipeline corridor risks demolition

The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation on Sunday announced that the Army Engineering Corps was set to demolish illegal structures erected along the Port Harcourt-Aba-Enugu-Makurdi oil pipeline corridor. The NNPC condemned what it called “flagrant and dangerous’’ violation of its pipeline right-of-way by some individuals and communities along the corridor of the system 2E pipeline network, […]

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