Five reasons to be bullish on Nigerian real estate in 2018

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Nigeria is finally coming out of recession. The currency uncertainty, falling production and double digit inflation that saw the country fall into negative growth and weighed heavily on investor confidence are giving way to a brighter picture. As the economy improves, the picture for real estate, both for occupational and capital markets will start to […]

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Leveraging Real Estate portfolios to achieve sustainable business growth

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Report back from the 3rd edition of the JLL Masterclass series in collaboration with the Harvard Business School Nigeria Alumni Association Real Estate circle: Industry leaders from various sectors were invited to discuss the topic “Leveraging your Real Estate portfolio to achieve sustainable business growth”.  Business longevity strategies were on the table as well as […]

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Is ‘affordable’ housing in Sub-Saharan Africa being appropriately addressed?

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Is the current supply of ‘affordable’ housing within Sub-Saharan Africa appropriately addressing the housing deficit?  As part of JLL’s commitment to improving transparency in Sub-Saharan African (“SSA”) real estate markets, JLL’s Strategic Consulting team has been investigating the status of the affordable housing sector in the region. The issue of housing affordability is a source […]

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What Africa can do for Its own investment prospects

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South Africa and Nigeria are the largest economies in Africa. Together they represent 60% of the continent’s GDP – out of 54 countries. Failure, as such, is not an option. That’s why the World Economic Forum’s Update on South Africa and Nigeria was concentrated around identifying existing economic challenges, steps to overcoming them, and growth […]

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A view of the Lagos Business School CEO Forum

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The 2017 CEO Forum, which took place on the 17th of March provided great insights into the need for transformative leadership to establish sustainable business in the challenging Nigerian economy. Led by the Lagos Business School FirstBank Sustainability Centre, the forum served as an opportunity for CEOs and Executive industry leaders in Nigeria to dialogue, […]

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