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Increasing Mortgage Finance Efficiency in Nigeria
(Bullion Publication of the Central Bank of Nigeria, 2007-10)
Absence of a mortgage financing mechanism has been widely reported to be one of the most telling indices of underdevelopment. The huge capital outlay involved makes housing the largest form of investment decision by most ...
Students' Satisfaction with Major Academic Facilities in Private Universities in Ogun State, Nigeria
(Covenant Journal of Business & Social Sciences (CJBSS), 2017)
Higher educational institutions, particularly privately owned institutions, in developing countries are constantly challenged to improve on the quality of their facilities. This is necessitated by the need to ensure students' ...
Rental Value around Facilities in Residential Neighbourhoods of Metropolitan Lagos, Nigeria
(European Scientific Journal, 2012)
There has been a constant debate that High Voltage Overhead Transmission Lines (HVOTLs) facilitate residential property values diminution. This study therefore tries to capture the pattern of residential property rental ...
Local Government, Laws, Estate Management and Development: The Lagos Experience.
(Journal of the Nigerian Institute of Town Planners. Falomo-Lagos., 2002-10)
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Characteristics and Consequences of Street Trading in Lagos Metropolitan Area.
(African Environmental Research Series, Department of Geography, University of Lagos, Nigeria., 2000-12)
The Paper examined the characteristics and uniqueness of street trading in Lagos. Rather than taking the traditional position of perceiving street traders as social outcast, the paper examined street trading as a survival ...
Flying with One Wing: Dilemma of Mortgage Banking in Nigeria with a Secondary Market
(The Quantity Surveyor. Journal of the Nigerian Institute of Quantity Surveyors, Victoria Island, Lagos., 2002-01)
New Town Developments in Ogun State: Issues, Lessons and Prospects
(First National Conference: Department of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Lagos-Nigeria., 2010-02-01)
Shelter no doubt has been universally accepted as the second basic need of man after food due to its desirable qualities as a source of income generation, and social status. (Lawal 1997). It is therefore not surprising to ...
Demographic Factors and Students' Satisfaction in Nigerian Private Universities
(Covenant Journal in Research & Built Environment (CJRBE), 2016)
Private institutions in Nigeria are constantly challenged to improve on the quality of their facilities with a view to continually satisfy students, their primary consumer. This research examined the demographic factors ...
User’s Satisfaction with Residential Facilities in Nigerian Private Universities: A Study of Covenant University
(Transnational Journal of Science and Technology, 2012)
This study aims at ascertaining the satisfaction derived by residents of the staff residential estate of a Nigerian private university from its facilities with a view of ensuring the functionality and optimal performance ...
IMPACT OF ECONOMIC RECESSION ON RENTAL HOUSING PERFORMANCE IN SELECTED AREAS OF LAGOS METROPOLIS (2004-2013).
(Journal of Contemporary Issues in Real Estate., 2016)
Purpose: This paper examined effect of recession on rental housing performance of prime properties in metropolitan Lagos. This is with a view to determining extent of the economic down turn on rental housing as well ...