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HDAN: Crusading for Real Estate Credibility in Nigeria

By Akanimo Sampson The real estate sector of Nigeria’s economy is currently suffering from a credibility crisis largely ignited by some unwholesome activities of some...

Toyota is building a 175-acre smart city at the foot of Mount Fuji – here’s a sneak preview

Toyota Motor Corporation started construction this week on a 175-acre smart city at the base of Japan's Mount Fuji, about 62 miles from Tokyo, the company announced Tuesday. The...

The U.S. Department Housing and Urban Development announces $5 billion to increase affordable housing to address homelessness

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) secretary Marcia L. Fudge announced the allocation of nearly $5 billion in American...

Feedback solicited on draft Real Estate Investment Trust regulations

ISLAMABAD: The Sec­uri­ties and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) has initiated final round of public consultation on draft amendments to the Real Estate Investment...

Osborne Foreshore Resident Association (OSFRA) attack Lekki Gardens’ Contractors

The baseless and desperate vendetta of the Osborne Foreshore residents’ association was taken to a new dimension yesterday when they resorted to violence by...

Govt needs to partner ARCON to achieve urbanism in Nigeria —Ajayi

Sir Gabriel Oladipupo Ajayi is the President of Architects Registration Council of Nigeria (ARCON). In this interview, he spoke with journalists on the need...

Why we build

Safe, affordable housing is out of reach for far too many people around the world. Every day, more families find themselves in a struggle to...

Americans Prefer Investing in Homes Over Stocks

The pandemic may be shifting consumer preferences about what makes the best investment. A new study from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York...

California billionaire’s real estate firm to begin allowing tenants to pay rent in bitcoin

“We believe that cryptocurrency is here to stay,” Caruso founder and CEO Rick Caruso told CNBC.The real estate firm invested in bitcoin and will...

Africa’s most luxurious and extravagant skyscraper: LucreziaBySujimoto, banana Island

Towering 65m above the ground, the $52 million architectural masterpiece, LucreziaBySujimoto audaciously dominates the landscape of Africa’s most expensive square meter, Banana Island. The...
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