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bubble: the making of an economic crisis
By Daniel Honour
   

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For decades, the Nigerian Real Estate market has risen exponentially. As prices rose, something happened, the housing deficit kept growing. Today there is a housing deficit of 20 million in Nigeria. There has been a surge in so called affordable "luxury" housing. Basically the average Joe can't own a home. By 2016, the Real Estate market had its first dip. It was down by -6%. since 2016 till 2019, the Real Estate market has only been above 0% once. Yet more construction is ongoing. But who will buy these properties. The Great Lockdown is adding its own dynamic to the situation. Is the Nigerian Real Estate market about to go burst? Find out from the author who predicted the presidency of Muhammadu Buhari, Trump, the fall of the Naira in 2016 among others. Noticed an error in this book? Send a mail to flag@okadabooks.com to report it

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