THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A SECONDARY MORTGAGE INSTITUTION

THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A SECONDARY MORTGAGE INSTITUTION

In Nigeria housing conditions are poor due largely to poor housing finance, poor access to land, absence of residential infrastructures, weak institutions and regulations, and high cost of building materials and other housing related expenses. Mortgage Financing Primary Mortgage financing and housing development in Nigeria are being provided by three major classes of investors, namely, […]
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Spotlight on Private Equity and Real Estate in Nigeria

Spotlight on Private Equity and Real Estate in Nigeria

Africa focused Private Equity (PE) has developed impressively over the last two decades, in terms of volume, quality of transactions, and performance. According to a joint research paper by the African Private Equity and Venture Capital Association and Ernst & Young, Africa’s PE strategic and operational improvement measures have returned 0.6x more than the MSCI Emerging Markets […]

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Trends in real estate private equity

Trends in real estate private equity

Fund managers are building stronger, more robust platforms. These platforms are more transparent and flexible to revived market conditions and targeted investor appetites and demands. The combination of investors’ interest in real estate’s investment potential and stricter regulations has driven real estate fund managers to drastically rethink, and in some cases overhaul, their investment and […]

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