FG opens online portal for the sale of 5000 Houses under the national housing programme see how to apply now below.
EKO HOT BLOG reports that the federal government, on Friday, launched a portal for the sale of completed houses under the National Housing Programme (NHP).
The Minister of Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola, made the disclosure at the public launch of the Web portal designed for the sale of the completed mass housing project built by the Ministry across the states of the federation.
He stated that the initiative which is a pilot project is not its only solution for providing housing as there were over 5,000 units of houses at different stages of completion.
Fashola said the initiative which started with a survey in 2015, was also instrumental to the implementation of the Federal Government’s Economic Recovery and Growth Plan (ERGP).
He further disclosed that the least amount of house selling on the scheme is N7.2 million, while the highest-selling is N16.19 million.
The formal launch of the portal, https://nhp.worksandhousing.gov.ng which took place at the Conference Room of the Ministry in Mabushi, Abuja, throws open the door for Nigerians to apply online to buy the available 5,000 plus housing units, ranging from 1, 2 to 3 bedroom bungalows and blocks of flats in any location of their choice.
According to Fashola, the decision by the Ministry to sell the available houses online was to bring credibility to the exercise and reduce human intervention as well as give all categories of buyers a level playing field.
To be eligible, applicants must have a passport photograph, tax clearance, payslip, and means of identification.
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