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Houses Fun Facts

Buying a house in any country is a time-consuming and expensive investment. Hence, it is vital to educate yourself regarding the aspects of a home, buying, renting, or leasing process before finally settling on a house. Take a look at these houses fun facts before you decide.

Houses Fun Facts

How to buy a house in Nigeria?

  1. Prepare your budget
  2. Conduct a thorough search and compare
  3. Make sure that your documents are available and complete before paying

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How much does it cost to build a 4-bedroom house in Nigeria?

Estimate depending on location and all of above: N10M ( US$30,000) in a typical rural area in Nigeria to say N40M (cost of land and building) in places like Magodo, Ikeja GRA, Lekki Phase 2 etc.

How much will it cost to build a 3 bedroom house in Nigeria?

For an archetypal 3-bedroom flat plan, the design usually costs between N50,000 and N400,000 depending on the professional consulted, the complexity of the structure, and sometimes, the location.

How many blocks do I need to build a 3 bedroom house?

While an average 2-bedroom flat will require about 2,200 blocks for construction, an average 3-bedroom flat will require about 2650 blocks.

How many bags of cement do I need to build a house?

About 0.38 cement bag is used per sq ft of construction. So, around 400 bags of cement (50kg each) are consumed for a 1000 sq ft home. Sand is not only required for preparing RCC, mortar, and plaster but also used for filling and flooring too. Sand consumed is about 1200 cubic ft.

How many blocks can one bag of cement lay in Nigeria?

1 bag of cement can lay approximately 70 to 80 cement blocks.

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