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Finding the best accommodation that fits your lifestyle takes a little research. Luckily for you, we have compiled the different home types available in the Nigerian market for short lets and year long rent.
Before diving into the details, here is a quick list of the different property types.
2. Detached house
3. Semi-detached house
7. Shared apartment
A bungalow is a small house without any raised floors. It is usually built with a simple design. The rise in population and increased demand in living space has made bungalows scarce in NIgeria's property market.
A detached house is not attached to another house in any way. It is the only property on the land it is built. This type of house is most popular among families with teenage kids. It provides quiet and privacy.
A semi- detached house shares a wall with another building by its side. They usually come with their own separate compounds. This types of houses are popular in the island areas of lagos.
A duplex is usually a story building which includes two different living units. Each owner has a title to the unit and the individual units have separate entrances. Triplexes are much like duplexes except that they have three different units. A building with more than three units are generally known as multiplexes. This type of house is often built with luxury in mind. It is suitable for young couples.
A condo literally has the same definition as a unit under a multiplex. They are recently becoming popular in the Nigerian real estate space as it provides a cheaper means of owning a property in the high brow areas of the country.
An apartment building is a group of housing units all owned by A specific entity. The title of the entire building is owned by a specific entity and the individual units are rented out. To the person renting a property, a condo and an apartment is the same. However in an apartment building, all of the tenants are paying rent to the same person while in a condominium, the tenants are paying to separate individuals who owns the tile of a specific unit.
A shared apartment is basically an apartment unit, a condo, a bungalow or any other lettable living space that is furnished and rented out with the individual rooms serving as separate units. The occupants share common spaces such as the kitchen and the living room. This kind of home is suitable for university students, NYSC corpers or recent graduates as it reduces cost without much compromise on location or comfort
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