Dec 9, 2021

Mawazo Writing Africa

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Federal housing scheme: Check prices of 2, 3 bedroom flats

  • The federal government has launched its National Housing Program (NHP) and created a portal for the sale of completed houses
  • According to him, a portal for that National Housing Program, which includes one, two and three bedroom apartments for sale at prices
  • Meanwhile, controls show that a one bedroom bungalow costs N9,268,751. The price is the same in all states where the property type is available

Minister of Labor and Housing, Babatunde Fashola, has announced that the National Housing Program consisting of one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments for sale at prices.

According to the Minister, the 1 bedroom houses were 60 m², 2 bedrooms 76 m² and the 3 bedroom with 110 m² and adds that it is bigger than what most developers offer, The Cable.

He said:

“There are 1, 2, 3 bedrooms, some of them bungalows, others apartments. The minimum house is 7.2 m and the highest about 16 m. “

However, TheCable reports that reviews show that a one-bedroom bungalow is enough for N9.268.751 Price is the same in all states where the property type is available.

A two bedroom bungalow costs N12,398,460 while a three bedroom bungalow costs 16,491,155, reports The Cable.

A one-bedroom condo in the southern states costs N7,222,404, a two-bedroom apartment costs N9,148,378, while a three- One-room apartment N13 costs 241,074.

Legit.ng has now listed the documents you need for an application

Passport photo: A digital copy of your last passport photo in .JPEG or .PNG format.

Current tax certificate / pay slip: The last copy of yours Your tax certificate / pay slip is only required in .PDF format.

Me and identification (national identity card, driver’s license, international passport): A digital copy of your means of identification in .JPEG or .PNG format

Letter of recommendation from a primary mortgage bank (for mortgage subscribers)

Proof of an initial 10% deposit. (only for mortgage subscribers)

FG launches 300,000 social housing program

Meanwhile, Legit.ng had previously reported that cement manufacturers had reached an agreement with the Buhari. have achieved government to charge reduced prices as the federal government begins its plan to build 300,000 houses for low-income Nigerians.

The plan is subject to the Econ Sustainability Plan (ESP) the administration and is managed by Family Homes Funds Limited (FHFL).

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo visited one of the sites on Saturday 2nd January to see the progress made so far Work to be followed.