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    OBG’s real estate market analysis includes detailed information about supply and demand in the residential, commercial and retail segments. We cover major development projects by local and international investors and examine changes in the regulatory framework and bank lending practices.
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After growth of 1-2% per year between 2017 and 2019, in 2020 the Nigerian construction sector contracted for the first time since 2016, when the economy last entered a recession. The government launched the Economic Recovery and Growth Plan (ERGP) 2017-20 at that time to reinvigorate the economy by prioritising infrastructure investment, among...

 

In early 2021 the government launched a slate of major projects to help bridge Nigeria’s infrastructure gap. In support of this, the country’s leaders created the Infrastructure Corporation of Nigeria, or InfraCorp, in February of that year: a public-private fund to finance critical infrastructure such as railways and roads. The construction...

 

Where are the priorities for 2021 in terms of infrastructure development?

 

Nigeria’s real estate sector experienced a challenging 2020 in line with broader economic trends, characterised by a drop in demand, movement restrictions and global supply chain disruptions associated with the Covid-19 pandemic. The health crisis resulted in various negative effects across almost all real estate segments: commercial...

 

Even as the authorities work to create more opportunities for Nigerians to own affordable homes, mortgage penetration continues to be low. The ratio of outstanding mortgages to GDP was 0.5% in 2020 – up from 0.2% in 2019 – compared to 18.9% in Namibia, 16.2% in South Africa, 10.2% in Tunisia, 2.2% in Kenya and 1.6% in Ghana, according to the...

Chapter | Construction & Real Estate from The Report: Nigeria 2022

Construction in Nigeria has recently been constrained by relatively low public investment and high operating costs. Moreover, its real estate sector experienced a challenging 2020, characterised by a drop in demand, movement restrictions and global supply chain disruptions. However, renewed prioritisation of infrastructure projects – particularly in energy, housing and transport – is expected...

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