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Bamboo becomes first Real Estate brand in Africa to accept Bitcoin payments

A leading provider of comfortable land and housing in Africa, Bamboo Real Estate and Construction Limited has concluded plans to accept service payments in...

Universal One unveils 576 apartments in Alaro City

Prospective homeowners in Lagos have received a boost in their options for modern, family-friendly homes with the start of sales of Universal One, a...

Smart ways to invest in real estate

Before venturing into real estate, it is imperative to note the smarter ways to invest in it. It is a satisfying and lucrative investment strategy...

Clever ways to invest in real estate

Before venturing into real estate, it is imperative to note the smarter ways to invest in it. It is a satisfying and lucrative investment strategy...

Some of the world’s priciest real estate idling away in Nigeria

Nestled among what is one of the priciest stretches of real estate in Africa are abandoned and dilapidated government houses a short distance away...

Nigeria Can Leverage Real Estate To Grow Economy – Dantata

As Nigeria continues its search for the right formula to grow the economy, executive chairman of Dantata Town Developers Limited Alhaji Alhassan Abdulkadir Dantata...

Definition of the housing market

The Housing Market refers to the supply and demand for houses, usually in a particular country or region. A key element of the housing...

How to Buy a House With Bitcoin

You've seen it on the news, the interwebs and some of your friends may have even invested in it. But what is bitcoin exactly?...

Moving Real Estate Forward: Four Keys To Success In The ‘New Normal

Covid-19 has been a great equalizer. Regardless of industry, it has affected just about every business in some way. Some have had to cut...

Millennials Are Changing the Luxury Real Estate Market

In sharp contrast to the “slacker” stereotype that has defined their generation, millennials aren’t living in parents’ basements. They’re buying multimillion-dollar homes.  At 38%, millennials—adults born from...
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