Download key macro-economic and real estate specific data points for Nigeria.
Nigeria - Real Estate Sector Growth (GDP)
Nigeria's real estate sector has been growing negatively since Q1:2016 as the economy contracts and construction costs rise. Q1:2013 - Q3:2016
Nigeria - Construction Sector Growth (GDP)
The construction sector has been in free fall since H1:2015, around when the Central Bank published a list of 41 items that were invalid for FX. Q1:2013 - Q3:2016
Nigeria - Monetary Policy Rates (Interest Rate)
Interest rates in Nigeria are in the high teens and this had made it very difficult for the mortgage sector to kick off. Dec-2006 - Feb-2016.
Nigeria - Inflation Rate
Inflation hit an 11 year high at year end 2016 at 18.55%. Restricted access to Dollars and increased cost of PMS pushed inflation higher through out the year. Jan-2003 - Dec-2016.
Nigeria - Population by Age
By 2050, Nigeria is expected to be the 3rd largest country after China and India with a very large working population. 2000 - 2100.
Nigeria - Urban Population as a % of Total
One reason Nigeria is such an attractive country for real estate investment is its large, attractive and increasing urban population. 1960 - 2015.
Nigeria - Pension Assets in Real Estate
In many developed economies, pension funds are the largest investors in infrastructure and real estate. In Nigeria however, strict regulation from the sectors regulator, PENCOM, makes it very difficult for pension funds invest in the real estate directly. Download the historic trend here. Jan-2013 - Sept-2016
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