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  PropTechs, or property technology companies, are emerging as a potential solution to Nigeria’s housing deficit. PropTechs use technology to streamline and improve the process of buying, selling, and managing real estate. By using technology, PropTechs can help to make the property market more efficient and accessible, which can in turn help to address the country’s housing shortage.
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One of the main challenges facing Nigeria’s housing market is the lack of available properties. This is partly due to the country’s rapid population growth, which has outpaced the supply of new housing. It is also due to the fact that the property market in Nigeria is relatively inefficient, with a complex and bureaucratic process for buying and selling properties. In this article, I highlight six ways PropTechs can solve the housing deficit in Nigeria.
  • Create E-commerce Platforms

PropTechs can help to address these challenges by using technology to make the property market more efficient and accessible. For example, PropTechs can use online platforms and apps to connect buyers and sellers, which can make it easier for people to find and purchase properties. These platforms can also provide valuable information and insights, such as property prices and trends, which can help buyers and sellers make more informed decisions.
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  • Remodel Existing Properties Through Tech

PropTechs can also use technology to improve the management of properties. This can include using property management software to streamline the maintenance and upkeep of properties, as well as using AI-powered systems to predict and prevent potential issues. This can help to improve the overall condition of properties, which can make them more attractive to potential buyers and renters.
  • Create Alternative Housing

In addition to improving the efficiency of the property market, PropTechs can also help to provide alternative housing solutions. For example, PropTechs can use 3D printing and other technologies to build affordable and sustainable housing units, which can help to increase the overall supply of available housing. PropTechs can also use sharing economy platforms to connect property owners with renters, which can help to make more properties available for short-term rental.
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  • Incorporate FinTech In The Process

Another way that PropTechs can help to solve Nigeria’s housing deficit is by providing financial solutions. For example, PropTechs can use online lending platforms to provide access to credit for people who want to buy or rent properties. These platforms can use technology to quickly and accurately assess the creditworthiness of potential borrowers, which can help to increase the availability of loans and other financial products.

Concluding Remarks

Overall, PropTechs have the potential to play a significant role in addressing Nigeria’s housing deficit. By using technology to improve the efficiency and accessibility of the property market, PropTechs can help to increase the supply of available housing and provide alternative housing solutions. This can help to ensure that everyone in Nigeria has access to safe, affordable, and sustainable housing. Featured Image Source: Show House Magazine’s
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This article was first published on 18th December 2022


Nnaemeka is an academic scholar with a degree in History and International Studies from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka. He is also a creative writer, content creator, storyteller, and social analyst.

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