Mortgages

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National Housing Fund in Nigeria?

National Housing Fund (NHF) is a Federal Government scheme, which entitles all Nigerians above the age of 21years in paid employment to a low interest, government funded loan. Members of the scheme contribute 2.5% of their monthly salary to the fund through Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria. The maximum amount obtainable under the NHF used to be N5 million but has since been increased to N15 million. The borrowed capital is repayable over a maximum of 30 years at the rate of 6% interest.

What is a Mortgage?

Mortgages in Nigeria?

A mortgage is a loan in which property or real estate is used as collateral. The borrower enters into an agreement with the lender (usually a bank) wherein the borrower receives cash upfront then makes payments over a set time span until he pays back the lender in full.

They play an active role in lending to people with less access to banking activities, such as the unbanked or underbanked or in situations where borrowers do not have good credit history.

NHF Mortgage Loan requirements

 

  • Open a savings account with a registered Primary Mortgage Institution (PMI)
  • Contribution to the fund for at least six months prior
  • Have satisfactory evidence of regular flow of income to guarantee the loan
  • Submit photocopies of valid title documents (e.g. C of O)
  • Approved survey/site plans
  • Approved building plans
  • Priced bill of Quantities where applicable

Financial Literacy

Questions to ask before taking out a loan

Types of Loan fees

Types of Loan fees

Loan companies vary based on the types of fees they charge with their loans.

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Types of Loans

Types of Loans

There are many different types of loans, learning the differences between the various types of loans will help you identify which loan will best suit your needs.

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Types of Loan Providers

Types of Loan Providers

There are now a variety of ways in which borrowers can get access to loans.

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