AG Mortgage Bank Plc., a Primary Mortgage Bank in the country, has enabled no fewer than 89 subscribers in Enugu to become home owners under the Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria (FMBN) National Housing Fund (NHF) Scheme designed to promote home ownership across the country.
The Federal Government has been advised to take more loans if its decision to fund infrastructure in the country will be realised. Speaking at the training for financial journalists held in Lagos at the weekend, a Senior Analyst at Agusto & Co, Jimi Ogbobine,
Great opportunities abound in the social housing sector of the economy but successive governments in the country have not been able to utilise these opportunities to the benefits of the public. The social housing sector has all the hallmarks of a sector that will
The Coalition of Civil Societies and Media Executives for Good Governance in Nigeria (COCMEGG) has lauded the Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria (FMBN) for making homeownership affordable, available and less cumbersome to Nigerian workers. The affordable home ownership according to the group will drive
Barring any last minute hitch, the National Housing Programme of the President Muhammadu Buhari-led government will be commissioned in about 33 states of the federation before the end of this year.The President Muhammadu Buhari-led government’s effort at addressing the huge housing deficit in Nigeria,
The Managing Director of Family Homes Fund (FHF), Dr. Femi Adewole has said that FHF is committed to doing an excellent work in providing housing that people on low income can afford. He made this statement during an Interview with HousingNews Crew earlier today
Prime minister to call on associations to help end social housing ‘stigma’ that sees tenants treated as ‘second class citizens’ Housing associations will be handed £2bn in new funding to help them build low-cost homes, under plans set to be announced by Theresa May tomorrow.
To mortgage sector stakeholders in Nigeria, the need for a functional mortgage system cannot be over-emphasised. This is why the drive towards a model mortgage is receiving all the attention that it requires. At the fore-front of this drive is the Nigerian Mortgage Refinance
In what has been described as a revolution in Edo State’s housing sector, the first set of homeowners in Governor Godwin Obaseki’s affordable housing project, Emotan Gardens, will move into their property at the end of the year. Emotan Gardens Executive Chairman, Edo Development
The Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria (FMBN), the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) and the National Pension Commission (PenCom) are three major institutions that have profound influence in the way the welfare of Nigerian workers, retirees and pensioners is shaped. The three institutions share certain