13th Abuja International Housing Show – Unlocking New Opportunities

Conferences | CEO Forum| Professional Networking | Housing Information | Property Tours and sales………

Looking for Real Estate Investment Opportunities?
•Meet top government officials to key into ongoing housing projects
•Connect with private sector leaders and negotiate areas of partnerships.

Looking to buy a property in Nigeria?
•Participate in the Prospective Home Owners forum to learn about the best housing deals available
• Get information about affordable homeownership opportunities including NHF and other Mortgage Options.
• Learn about Developer led initiatives on down payment assistance programs.
• Find out about new projects / developments around the country, and join a bus tour to a few projects in the FCT.

Need Affordable Refinancing? Need help with past due mortgage issues? Facing eviction or foreclosure?
• Learn about affordable refinancing programs.
• Understand your rights as a homebuyer.
• Connect with legal resources and foreclosure prevention services.

Having trouble with your mortgage payments?
• Receive coaching from a certified housing counselor.
• Apply for programs that help reduce your mortgage payment or bring your delinquent account current.
• Speak face to face with mortgage lenders. Bring your loan documents and speak with representatives from mortgage banks.

In need of access to valuable industry information?
•Participate in the CEOs forum to hear from experienced and qualified CEOs on how to excel in the industry.
•Have your most pressing questions answered by the most qualified professionals.

Looking for a new market?
•Show case your products and ideas on a platter of gold.
•Make on spot sales of products and innovations.

Register now and stay tuned for information on the largest Housing Expo in Africa with conferences and property tours led by industry experts and supported by all the leading brands in the Nigeria construction industry…www.aihs2019.com

13th Abuja International Housing Show Will Host Real Estate, Bank CEOs, Others

The 13th edition of the prestigious Abuja International Housing Show will play host to a strong delegation of Real Estate Executives and Investors, Bank CEOs and ranking stakeholders in the housing and construction industry from across the world.

According to the event’s convener and coordinator, Bar. Festus Adebayo, this year’s edition will also lead a showcase of cutting edge industry innovations as stakeholders gather for the largest housing show on the continent.

While granting interview to Nigeria’s premier Housing Development TV program, the show’s coordinator revealed that registration have commenced and all hands are on deck to deliver the best show ever, especially in a time when new ideas are needed to expand Nigeria’s economic foray.

The 13th Abuja International Housing Show is expected to hold from July 23th – 26th 2019 at the International Conference Centre, Abuja.

According to Bar Adebayo, the theme of this year’s edition is, “Driving sustainable Housing Finance Models In The Midst of Global Uncertainty” — a testament to how it continues to be an invaluable experience for building professionals in Nigeria and across the globe.

As always, speakers will be drawn from across the world and with adequate experience and knowledge to share valuable information on the subject matters, with the ultimate goal of pushing forward a unified and progressive housing and construction industry.

Adebayo listed some of the unique innovations to include introduction of CEOs Forum, women in housing sector initiative, international real estate investment forum and the segment for youth in real estate development.

According to him, “CEOs forum is unique in the sense that the leaders in the real estate, banking, building materials and technology will be meeting to address the issue of affordable housing finance holistically.”

“ The show will also feature youth in real estate development. Young people are coming into the industry with a lot of great ideas, and they need the right mentorship and guidance in order to achieve maximum results. Also, the show will present opportunities for those seeking entrance into the industry. Opportunities like this are rare to come by and I am sure they can’t afford to miss out,” he added.

With more reference to opportunities, participants at the show will have access and first hand information on the best mortgage and finance schemes available and also how to start as a small real estate investor.

As befitting of the show, this year’s edition will be declared open by the Vice President of Nigeria, Prof Yemi Osinbajo. Other top attendants will include Lew Schulman, Chief Executive Officer, Build Modal Inc, USA; Debra Erb, Managing Director of Housing Program for Overseas Private Investment Corporation; Ahmed Dangiwa, MD of Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria; Agnes Tokumbo Martins, Director CBN; Femi Adewole, MD Family Homes Fund; Kehinde Ogundimu, MD Nigeria Mortgage Refinance Company PLC; Ugochukwu Chime, REDAN President; Robert Hornsby, CEO, American Homebuilders of West Africa; Olivia Caldwell; Kecia Rust; Mounia Tagwa; Afolabi Imokuode; Ime okon;Deji alli of Mixta Africa,Ifeoma okoye ,saadiya aliyu: Hakeem Ogunniran and other international experts.

 

Ghana’s Minister of Women Affairs, Hon. Freda Prempeh, who has been nominated for a Performance Award, will also deliver an address as a guest of honour and will lead a host of Ghanian Parlimentarians.

The Guest Speakers for the housing finance section of the 13th Abuja Housing Show are drawn from the World Bank, African Union of Housing Finance, Central Bank of Nigeria,institute of affordable housing,USA,America Home Builders of West Africa,Family Homes Funds,presidency, Shelter Afrique Kenya, Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria, Nigeria Mortgage Refinance Company, UN Habitat, OPIC Investment USA, Umar Shuaibu Coordinator of Abuja Metropolitan Management Council, among others.

This year’s edition according to the coordinator will feature over 30 Speakers and 350 exhibitors from not less than 20 Countries.

By Felix Ojonugbwa

What Makes ‘Abuja International Housing Show’ Different from Others?

From 23rd to 26th July this year, over 40, 000 guests from across the world will attend the 13th edition of the Abuja International Housing Show (AIHS) — the flagship housing and construction event which stakeholders have described as the biggest and most prestigious in Africa.

With about 30 international speakers, 400 companies product exhibition and business opportunities running into billions of dollars, the AIHS is the target place for stakeholders, policy executives, business leaders, investors and clients to network and establish beneficial relationships.

The show is powered by leading Brand in housing communication,fesadeb Media Group and promoter of Housing Development advocacy network~Another excellent name in housing advocacy which they have been promoting in the last 25 years.

They are the pioneers of the only TV and radio program(s) on housing and construction in Nigeria, with a large viewership in Nigeria and abroad. They also own and manage the most reliable housing and construction news website popularly called Housing News.

Their impactful contributions in the housing and construction industry which has greatly help scale up housing access in Nigeria has earned them countless number of excellence awards from all professional bodies that embody the Nigerian housing and construction industry.

They have also received global awards and recognitions from countries like United Arab Emirates (Dubai),UK and South Africa.

Though a Nigerian brand, the Abuja housing show has always been praised for its international touch — attracting industry professionals from different countries to invest in the Nigerian real estate, housing and construction sectors.

So far, it is the only show with the blessing and acceptance from all government owned housing agencies, regulatory bodies and leading brands in the Nigerian housing sector. A legitimacy that has constantly drawn credible partnerships to the show over the years.

In the last 13 years of the show, it has featured top government officials like Vice Presidents, Governors, Ministers and many more influential participants from over 20 countries.

The show has always served as a great economic stimulant, especially in its host city, Abuja, where hotels, printing coys, transporters and logistics companies have always enjoyed great patronage during the show. The show is an economy of its own, not to mention the investment impact that continues even when it is done.

The Abuja International Housing Show is different because it is not a talk show platform, but a network of big businesses, opportunities and innovations.

Regular participants take advantage of the show because there is hardly any other show where they can network with as many stakeholders, clients and investors, and be able to showcase their products and ideas, and equally make great sales.

Those who are also looking to owning their own homes, especially at discounted rates have always seen this show as their desired destination. Contractors also use the show as an opportunity to interact with government officials and private sector leaders to sell their vision and strike good deals.

There is always a lot to learn at the AIHS especially from the panels, breakout sessions and testimonials about the current industry trends, how to create a bigger and beneficial industry, how to create accessible mortgages and tackle the challenges affecting housing demand and supply.

The difference with AIHS is the opportunities that it creates for everyone. From those in government looking for new ideas, to industry stakeholders looking for new opportunities, to investors looking for the best ideas and businesses, to companies looking for the biggest market, and to clients looking for the best deals, the Abuja International Housing Show has and will always be the best housing and construction platform for all.

One of this year’s most anticipated events in the Show is the CEO forum, which will be a convergence of industry leaders and ranking CEOs sharing their knowledge, experience and expertise on how to advance the housing and construction industry in an ever changing world of real estate and finance. It will be the first of its kind and most registered participants have indicated their enthusiasm about witnessing the CEO forum.

Over 200 CEOs to Attend AIHS CEO Forum in July

Nigeria’s premier and most established housing show, The Abuja International Housing Show (AIHS), is set to host over 200 Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) from varied companies and firms in the housing, construction and business industries across Africa and the world in July.

It will be the biggest convergence of such important figures sharing ideas, experience and expertise on how to lead a more effective and financially inclusive industry.

Registration for the 13th edition of the show which will hold this year from 23 July to 26 July has commenced and according to the event’s coordinator, Festus Adebayo, this edition will feature a CEO Forum on the first day (23 July) to tackle several challenges, especially the recurrent ones in the housing sector.

According to Adebayo, over 200 CEOs in the real estate, mortgage housing finance, construction companies and professional institutions will focus on macro-economic and socio-political environment and impact of real estate market.

“The forum which is a gathering of high profile professionals who are founders and business owners will give opportunity to present and discuss challenges facing their respective organisations and the way forward.

“It is a collaborative and supportive environment for leaders in Nigerian real estate industry support services and mortgage banks. Participating in the forum will increase high level business contact.’’

According to Adebayo, the forum will equally provide avenue for meeting counterparts from every parts of the country and outside the country on networking business relations.

With an ever changing world, it is indeed very timely to have all these top leaders converge for the sake of advancement. Various ideas and experiences from several places will greatly benefit the participants in forging more adaptable and effective models of operation.

 

Cross-fertilization of Information

The attending CEOs will proactively engage the show with first hand, authentic – not to mention relevant – information on a number of issues pertaining to the industry.

The most potent resource of the 21st century and especially in the Housing and Construction Sector is information. Things change quickly, and only those who can keep up will be able to compete and stay relevant in the industry.

Having access to veritable information has always been one of the most important benefits for stakeholders who attend the AIHS.

A major highlight of the event is the showcase of innovative developments in the housing industry, paper presentations from experts and leading names in the industry.

In addition, renowned experts will provide housing market forecasts and examine issues such as employment, home prices, production, demand and supply.

CEO Roundtables

There will be break-out sessions led by the attending CEOs to address emerging issues during the course of the show with some definitive and specialised solutions. This will be of great benefit for the entire industry as such recommendations will be largely adopted in order to effectively grapple with industry challenges ranging from the provision of affordable housing, mortgage, quality control and policy directions.

READ ALSO: HOUSING SHOW TO DRIVE FINANCE MODELS – CONVENER

The CEO forum will also be an opportunity for the promotion of new ideas, innovations and products looking for markets. It will also serve as a selection ground for those looking for ideas, businesses and products to invest in.

Clearly, there is no other platform in Nigeria that can bring together as many professionals, not only from housing, real estate and construction sectors, but also from government, investment, and capital markets to share their first-hand experience, knowledge and expertise on varied issues related directly or indirectly to housing and development.

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WHAT MAKES AIHS LARGEST HOUSING EVENT IN AFRICA

When the flagship Abuja International Housing Show (AIHS) took off over a decade ago, the expectations were high, and so were the standards – prompting both sceptics and interested stakeholders to wonder how such a show – a first of its kind – will be sustained. So far so good, the expectations were not only met but the show has absolutely carved a permanent niche for itself and for participants.

While international housing events like the Global Housing Finance Conference organised by the World Bank usually focus on a defined and sometimes limited agenda, the Abuja International Housing Show is a one-stop event for multi-industry issues involving both government and private stakeholders, investors and esteemed participants.

From government officials looking for informed opinion(s) on emerging housing and construction policy dynamics, to private sector developers and investors looking for the best clients, environments and opportunities for establishment, to customers looking for the best housing deals, mortgages, credit and whatever access they need, the Abuja International Housing Show has been the best and most established platform in Africa for such convergence.

READ ALSO: 13TH ABUJA INTERNATIONAL HOUSING SHOW- WHAT WE HAVE IN STORE FOR YOU

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The participants who attend from different parts of the world usually attest that the event does not only create awareness on the major challenges in developing or strengthening housing industry and finance markets but also focus extensively on solutions and resolution of these challenges by highlighting innovations, new ideas and global experiences in the sector.

What Makes AIHS A Must Attend for Stakeholders

The Abuja International Housing Show has and will always be an opportunity for policy makers, practitioners, NGOs and donors to gather, exchange views, learn about latest developments and to network.

The Abuja International Housing Show has the support and endorsement of the organizations and brands in charge of implementation of policies in the Nigerian housing sector. Over the years, the Abuja housing show has garnered the support of its partners drawn from the Federal Ministry of Power, Works and Housing, Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria, professional bodies among others.

The show attracts over 25,000 thousand participants and over 400 exhibitors from 21 countries. Abuja International Housing Show offers ideal conditions for visitors to initiate international property projects and helps to maintain and extend their network in the real estate sector.

More of the reasons that make the AIHS what it is are:

All Important AIHS CEO Forum

Registration for the 13th edition of the show which will hold this year from 23 July to 26 July has commenced and according to the event’s coordinator, Bar. Festus Adebayo, this edition will feature a CEO Forum on the first day (23 July) to tackle several challenges, especially the recurrent ones in the housing sector.

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READ ALSO: BENEFITS OF ATTENDING 13TH ABUJA INTERNATIONAL HOUSING SHOW IN ABUJA

According to Bar. Adebayo, over 200 CEOs in the real estate, mortgage housing finance, construction companies and professional institutions will focus on macro-economic and socio-political environment and impact of real estate market.

“The forum which is a gathering of high profile professionals who are founders and business owners will give opportunity to present and discuss challenges facing their respective organisations and the way forward.
“It is a collaborative and supportive environment for leaders in Nigerian real estate industry support services and mortgage banks. Participating in the forum will increase high level business contact.’’

According to Adebayo, the forum will equally provide avenue for meeting counterparts from every parts of the country and outside the country on networking business relations.

A Marketplace of Information

The most potent resource of the 21st century and especially in the Housing and Construction Sector is information. Things change quickly, and only those who can keep up will be able to compete and stay relevant in the industry.
Having access to veritable information has always been one of the most important benefits for stakeholders who attend the AIHS.

A major highlight of the event is the showcase of innovative developments in the housing industry, paper presentations from experts and leading names in the industry.

In addition, renowned experts will provide housing market forecasts and examine issues such as employment, home prices, production, demand and supply.

Clearly, there is no other platform in Nigeria that can bring together as many professionals, not only from housing, real estate and construction sectors, but also from government, investment, and capital markets to share their first-hand experience, knowledge and expertise on varied issues related directly or indirectly to housing and development.

High Calibre Attendance

The AIHS has always been a favourite stop for top guests from both government, professional bodies and private sectors. Top attendees over the years have included Vice-Presidents, Senate Presidents, State Governors, Ministers, National Assembly Members, Housing Related Agencies, World Bank Officials, International Organisation Leaders, Bank and Industry CEOs, Real Estate Moguls, Business Executives, Donor Officers, Bustling Entrepreneurs among others.
There cannot be a better atmosphere for networking and strategic meetings to take place on a platter of gold. Successful stakeholders will always tell you how important the AIHS is to them and their business growth.

Opportunity to Introduce New Products and Meet the Right Buyers

The AIHS usually host many stands owned by several organisations and brands seeking to introduce their new products and ideas to prospective buyers, clients and investors. The registration platform provides opportunity slots for such brands to book in advance and reap the benefits that come with partnering with the largest Housing Show.
In past years, we have seen exhibition of contemporary-modern roof designs, furniture and new innovations in building technology.

Abuja International Housing Show
The Abuja International Housing Show helps to stimulate the building and construction industry, in terms of design-led housing solutions, and high quality home-grown materials and products which are always in presentation.
Also, given that the convener of the Abuja International Housing Show is the promoter of Housing TV, housing development program showing on stations like AIT, TVC and NTA, housing time on Ray power and owner of the largest housing news portal, and not mentioning the live coverage on all social media platforms; it’s a guarantee that participants and exhibitors will get optimum publicity at almost no cost.

Opportunities for Sponsorship

The AIHS also offers opportunities for organisations and brands that want to gain more visibility and traction to sponsor the show and enjoy much more advertisement benefits that wouldn’t ordinarily be available.
For organisations that also want to sponsor the spread of information on relevant industry issues, especially as a form of corporate social responsibility, the AIHS has always been a great platform for them.

Opportunities for Cheap Bargains

The show offers opportunities to make direct sales, direct buying at discounted rates and getting good deals with a mortgage bank or estate developer.
It is also a one-time opportunity to expose yourself and organization to new options of housing finance.

Recognition of Excellence

The event will usually ends in grand style with the Nigeria Housing Awards, an award event put together to honour and celebrate firms, agencies and personalities who have made giant strides in the housing sector in the past year.
An attendance will guarantee you to share in the excitement as AIHS celebrates 13 years of innovation, and help honour the best of the best during the Awards.

Inspiring testimonies

The Abuja International Housing Show is also an avenue to be inspired, either as a professional or a budding entrepreneur or just a random participant.
A lot of people often share testimonies about how they have gotten relevant information that is specific to solving their business and career struggles from attending the event.
Such segments often lift the spirit of dreamers and it is always a catalyst for instant growth because one will be exposed to perspectives that they weren’t privy to initially.

Abuja International Housing Show

Obviously, the well calculated designs and events that makes the AIHS the largest and most successful are inexhaustible. This is where stakeholders discover best practices and new methods for improving efficiency in all areas of the home with construction demos led by top building science experts. It is where global housing enthusiasts connect with like-minded professionals and industry experts in workshops, round-table discussions and networking events.

So far, the event has been able to help achieve reasonable level of housing affordability, access to mortgage options and market growth for relevant stakeholders and clients in the housing and construction industry. The show’s projection to significantly improve the housing deficit in Nigeria, Africa and the world is still very potent and plausible.

Registration has officially opened for the 13th edition of the Abuja International Housing Show ihs2019.org and sponsors are already jostling for platinum sponsorship spots, to enjoy early bird discounts of 15%.

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Int’l housing show to tackle sector challenges in CEO forum

The coordinator of the Abuja International Housing Show (AIHS) said its 13th edition would feature AIHS CEO FORUM to tackle several challenges in the housing sector.

Bar Festus Adebayo,coordinator of the 13th AIHS made this known to the newsmen on Wednesday in Abuja.

The 13th AIHS is scheduled to hold in Abuja from July 23 to July 26, while the CEO’s forum will feature on July 23, the first day of the show.

Adebayo explained that the forum which would feature 200 CEO’s in the real estate, mortgage housing finance, construction companies and professional institutions would focus on macro-economic and socio-political environment and impact of real estate market.

“The forum which is a gathering of high profile professionals who are founders and business owners will give opportunity to present and discuss challenges facing their respective organisations and the way forward.

“It is a collaborative and supportive environment for leaders in Nigerian real estate industry support services and mortgage banks. Participating in the forum will increase high level business contact.

According to Adebayo, the forum will equally provide avenue for meeting counterparts from every parts of the country and outside the country on networking business relations.

He further noted that it would provide an exceptional opportunity to enhance company’s growth potential and make privilege contact with financial institutions and investors

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This, he said would avail the participants an opportunity to understand the housing and construction industry best practices

“AIHS CEO’s forum leverages the collective experience and knowledge of fellow business leaders from across the country network to share and develop strategies and solutions specific to member organisations and real estate industry,’’ he added.

He noted that the agenda of the forum also included issues relating to profitability strategies, lending and credit risk, improving sales and services, assets liability as well as investment.

Fesadeb Media Group is also the producer of housing development programmes on African Independent Television, Ray Power, TVC and Nigeria Television Authority .

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Source: Housing News

Housing show to drive finance models – Convener

The Convener of the 13th Abuja International Housing Show (AIHS) says the show will focus on driving sustainable housing finance models to achieve affordable houses.

Mr Festus Adebayo, Managing Director, FESADEB Media Group and the convener disclosed this in Abuja on Wednesday while speaking on the level of preparation for the forthcoming show.

The AIHS would feature more than 400 foreign and local exhibitors and 35,000 participants across 20 countries, scheduled for July 23 to July 26, at the International Conference Centre, Abuja.

The theme of the show is: “Driving Sustainable Housing Finance Models in the Midst of Global Uncertainties’’.

Adebayo said that the theme stemmed from the outlook of global economy that could tend toward another recession and the attendant impact such an event could have on Nigerian affordable market. “The likelihood of global recession is on the level of increase of global debt

“According to International Monetary Fund (IMF), the global debt has reached `an all time high’ of 184 trillion dollars in nominal terms. “In addition to the likelihood of recession is the rising level of global uncertainties,’’ he said.

This, he said, were fuelled by nationalistic sentiments such as the ongoing tussle between China and the United States of America and also between European Union and its member states like United Kingdom.

“Coupled with the current monetary tightening it is expected to increase in Europe and USA,’’ the convener said. The expert explained that the show had also introduced innovations in the 13th AIHS exhibition aspect that would give enough room for networking among participants.

“The second AIHS Chief Executive Officers forum will feature 100 high ranking CEOs of mortgage banks, real estate institutions and companies, construction companies’ professional bodies and international investment organisations.

“The international investor’s dinner will also feature delegations from Turkey, Rwanda, China and United Arab Emirate to deliberate on way to achieve affordable housing.”

On the successes recorded in the past by AIHS, Adebayo noted that its recommendations were taken and complied with by many states across the country.

“Our recommendations were well utilised in Osun where we now have a full-fledged mortgage bank owned by the state government.

“It is also working in many states including Niger state where the state is developing its mass city involving aggressive estate development to explore the opportunities of the population influx from Abuja.”

He expressed hope that the in-coming administration would do more in the area of housing to drive the country’s economy. “We are also aware that most houses have been delivered under the present government.

“But we are adamant that our focus in the 13th AIHS will be more on the area of affordability of these houses that government is building,’’ he said. (NAN)

Source: Ella Anokam

Abuja International Housing Show Targets Potential Home Owners

Housing is one of the 3 basic needs of man, it is in that view that the 13th Abuja International Housing Show has adopted the day 3 of the event as Potential Home Owners Day.

Speaking with Housing News on Monday, the CEO, International Housing Show Limited, Festus Adebayo said, ‘’it is time for us to bring together as many as possible potential home owners and interact with them on matters relating to home-ownership especially the youths, who should become homeowners’’.

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‘’Sincerely speaking, if you can buy a car, you can own a one bedroom, not necessarily in the city centre. We have discovered from our research that a lot of our youths don’t know anything about mortgage, and this is the reason why the idea of buying a house has not crossed their mind’’.

Adebayo added ‘’we are going to devote the whole of Day 3 of this year’s show to the youths and all the people who fall in the category of potential home owners. To this end, we are going to partner Family Homes Funds, Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria (FMBN), Real Estate Developers Association of Nigeria (REDAN), Mortgage Banks Association of Nigeria (MBAN), Central Bank of Nigeria and the World Bank to support us in educating potential home owners about mortgage.

‘’If you cast your mind back to 2018, we launched ‘Not Too Young to Own a Home Scheme’ which has since been adopted by some estate developers in Lagos, Abuja and Enugu. This time around, we are devoting a whole day to potential home owners, including youths who by now should know how to access home ownership through mortgage bank or other means’’.

Speaking further he said, ‘’from our research, a good number of potential home owners don’t know anything about mortgage or how to access mortgage. We therefore call on mortgage institutions in the country to identify with this project, which will be one of the major focus at this years’ Abuja International Housing Show, in making this program a successful one’’.

The Abuja International Housing Show event, will play host to  some of the biggest names in construction, estate development, engineering, architecture, estate surveying, quantity surveying, estate management, finance, Interior decoration and design, furniture and building products, materials and services businesses from across world.

Its large international participation provides excellent opportunities for global sharing of knowledge, expertise, products, and best practices. Abuja International Housing Show brings together industry leaders, investors, buyers, and entrepreneurs to develop markets and business partnerships.

The show is expected to attract 15,000 thousand participants, 30 international speakers and over 400 exhibitors from not less than 21 countries. This is the venue for the international Who’s Who of the property industry. Abuja International Housing Show, offers ideal conditions for visitors to initiate international property projects and helps to maintain and extend their network in the real estate sector.

The theme for this year’s edition is; Driving sustainable Housing Finance Models In The Midst of Global Uncertainty —a testament to how it continues to be an invaluable experience for building professionals in Nigeria and across the globe.

Registration is ongoing, and sponsors are already jostling for platinum sponsorship spots, to enjoy early bird discounts of 15%.

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13th Abuja International Housing Show: What We Have in Store For You

July will be here soon, and it’s time to start planning to attend the 2019 Abuja International Housing Show, scheduled to take place from July 23-26 2019, at the International Conference Centre (ICC) Abuja.

The theme for the 13th edition of the Abuja International Housing Show is; Driving sustainable Housing Finance Models In The Midst of Global Uncertainty —a testament to how it continues to be an invaluable experience for building professionals in Nigeria and across the globe.

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Registration has officially opened for the 13th edition of the Abuja International Housing Show, and sponsors are already jostling for platinum sponsorship spots, to enjoy early bird discounts of 15%.

The show is expected to attract 15,000 thousand participants and over 400 exhibitors from 21 countries. This is the venue for the international Who’s Who of the property industry. Abuja International Housing Show, offers ideal conditions for visitors to initiate international property projects and helps to maintain and extend their network in the real estate sector.

Attendees can take advantage of countless learning opportunities, including a chance to walk the show floor, view exhibits of businesses, and meet potential clients and business partners.

In addition, our renowned experts will provide housing market forecasts and examine issues such as employment, home prices, production, demand and supply.

A major segment of the Abuja International Housing Show is The CEO FORUM, which is dedicated to top CEO’s in Real Estate development, Housing Finance, building materials, Interior Décor, Heads of housing related government agencies, Commissioners’ for Lands, international investors, experts and high-level policy makers.

It has an unparalleled ability to offer new insights, provide cutting-edge content and introduce new ideas to stakeholders in the built industry and allied services. The CEO FORUM is also committed to unlocking Africa’s potential by championing government support, private sector-led growth and leading discussions around innovative public policies and sustainable business.

The event will end in grand style with the National Housing Awards, an award event put together to honour and celebrate firms, agencies and personalities who have made giant strides in the housing sector in the past year.

Click on the links below to register and get the most up-to-date information. We hope to see all of you in Abuja in July.

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Why Housing Finance Is The Focus Of 13th Abuja International Housing Show

The Housing Sector plays a more critical role in a country’s welfare than is always recognized, as it directly affects not only the well-being of the citizenry, but also the performance of other sectors of the economy. Adequate housing provision has since the early 1970s consequently engaged the attention of most countries, especially the developing ones, for a number of reasons.

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First, it is one of the three most important basic needs of mankind– the others being food and clothing. Second, housing is a very important durable consumer item, which impacts positively on productivity, as decent housing significantly increases workers’ health and well-being, and consequently, growth. Third, it is one of the indices for measuring the standard of living of people across societies.

Consequently, programmes of assistance in the areas of finance, provision of infrastructure and research have been designed by governments to enhance its adequate housing delivery. The focus on finance has, however, been very prominent for obvious reasons. This is because housing provision requires huge capital outlay, which is often beyond the capacity of the medium income/low income groups.

A major area of concern has been housing financing, which has often been fingered as one of the most formidable constraints in the housing sector. It is in recognition of the critical importance of finance in housing delivery that the theme of 13th Abuja International Housing Show is: Driving sustainable Housing Finance Models In The Midst of Global Uncertainty.

 As the 13th Abuja International Housing Show scheduled to take place on July 23rd to 26th 2019 at the International Conference Centre, Abuja, approaches,find out  why housing finance is the focus of the 13th Abuja International Housing Show.

1.Stakeholders will be enlightened on the issues of housing finance as it is widely known that the capital involved in housing development is very huge.

2.Participants will be educated on strategies that can be adopted in executing housing projects with minimal financial problems.

3.At the 13th Abuja International Housing Show, housing finance experts will sensitize policy makers on the need to make good housing policies and sensitize the government on the need to implement the policies by investing massively in housing development, to meet the accommodation needs of the citizens.

4.Participants will be exposed to issues and solutions to housing finance in Nigeria, and the level of government investment in housing through the mortgage institutions.

5.Among the financial services, housing finance creates employment, both directly and indirectly.

6.Industries such as cement, brick manufacturing, sanitary products, electrical fittings and glass industries experience more demand due to house construction.

7.Rural housing develops not only rural areas but prevents migration of labour to urban areas.

8.Housing finance helps in creation of more houses which results in building up more infrastructure facilities, such as roads, electricity generation, drinking water facilities, etc.

9.Factories or industrial establishments create townships by providing more housing facilities to their employees. Housing finance thereby reduces congestion in urban areas.

10.Due to housing finance, there is a vertical expansion and re building of dilapidated houses and re modelling of the existing houses.

The 13th Abuja International Housing Show will be our biggest event yet and if there was a time to become an exhibitor or a participant, it is now!!

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