Wednesday, 23 September 2009 02:00

Hurdles for institutions to invest in Nigeria

Institutions looking to invest in property in Nigeria face numerous hurdles, but perseverance, strict due diligence and an intimate knowledge of the idiosyncrasies of the property environment can lead to a measure of success.

The success of the Lagos Palms - a pioneering retail venture, which in 2006, provided Nigerians with their first 21st century shopping and entertainment experience - has prompted plans for a further $220 million extension including a waterway transportation option

Plans to develop a waterfront at Victoria Island in Nigeria are about to be realised

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