FG Unveils Renewed Hope Portal to Simplify Homeownership for Nigerians Worldwide

BYRNES DAVE
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In a bid to break barriers to homeownership for Nigerians, the Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Arc. Ahmed Musa Dangiwa, launched the Renewed Hope Housing Platform on Tuesday, at the Ministry’s conference room.

This initiative aligns with President Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s vision to facilitate and promote technology systems and private sector-led initiatives for easier homeownership.

The platform, described by Dangiwa as a “One-Stop Shop for housing delivery,” offers a transparent, easy-to-use, integrated web-based application for home sales under the Renewed Hope Cities and Estates Programme.

“This innovative platform is groundbreaking. It provides an online, transparent, easy-to-use, integrated web-based application for the sale of homes under the Renewed Hope Cities and Estates Programme of the Ministry, which Mr. President launched earlier this year. I like to call it the One-Stop Shop for housing delivery”.

It also offers flexible payment options, including one-time payments and installment plans, and easy access to mortgage plans. Adding that the platform is not duplicating previous housing delivery systems but building on them to create a more efficient and futuristic solution.

Highlighting the collaborative nature of this initiative, Dangiwa recalled the Ministry’s partnership with a consortium of developers led by Continental Civil to deliver 100,000 housing units nationwide.

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“As you may recall, in December 2023, we signed an MoU with a consortium of developers led by Continental Civil to deliver 100,000 housing units nationwide. This platform is a key part of this partnership. With this online housing sales platform, we aim to streamline the process for the marketing and sale of houses being built under the Renewed Hope Cities and Estates Programme”.

The housing platform will also provide critical data to implement a demand-driven strategy for housing, helping gauge housing needs for different locations and demographics.

The Renewed Hope Housing Platform currently has estates in 12 locations across Nigeria, including Yobe, Gombe, Ebonyi, Abia, Nasarawa, Benue, Akwa Ibom, Delta, Katsina, Sokoto, Oyo, and Osun, as well as cities in Abuja, Kano, and Lagos.

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