Fantastic Apartments Available in the Nation’s Capital
Abuja is the federal capital territory territory of Nigeria, the biggest economy in Africa. Abuja is referred to as the investment town and attracts investors, both local and foreign. It is a fast developing town and being the seat of the federal government of Nigeria, the standard of living in Abuja is fairly high. All the tiers of government are headquartered here. Abuja is made up of the suburbs and the town. Suburbs consist of places like Nyanya, Lugbe, Kado, Jikwoyi, and Kpeyegi.
Being highly populated by average to low income earners, these places are densely populated with a majority of the populace being average to low income earners. As a result, property here is reasonably priced. Places like Garki, Wuse, Asokoro, Maitama and Utako and property here are owned by upper middle class to the elites.
Understandably, the condition of the infrastructure in town; the roads, power and water supply and transportation system are in good condition. Consequently, renting or buying apartments here may be more expensive compared to many of the surrounding suburbs, but the quality of life is sufficiently higher to justify the increased price. Rental properties in the suburbs are more affordable and come in self-contained apartments for rent and multiple bedroom flats.
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Some of these suburbs however, have well-maintained estates which have bungalows, detached houses, terraced homes and bungalows. In the town, there are duplexes available for lease, as well as terraced apartments for rent. Asokoro has some of the most exclusive properties in Abuja.
There are several housing estates in Abuja, which include Gwarinpa, Games Village, Prince and Princess, and other government housing schemes (which are mostly occupied by the civil servants). Some of the private estates come with service fees as the management organizes various services like cleaning, gym and power supply for the residents.
Abuja has a good road networking system, that is why people say “no place in Abuja is far”. There are several primary and secondary schools in Abuja, both private and government owned, and a university in Gwagwalada. Abuja also has open markets, shopping malls, world-class eateries, cinemas, parks, recreational centres, and tourist attractions such as the Art and culture centre, the presidential villa, Aso rock, Jabi lake, and several others.
Prices of apartments for rent vary according to location and type. A 4 bedroom serviced flat in Maitama District would go for around N25, 200, 200 per annum. On the other hand, in an area like Gwagwalada, you could get a 1 bedroom apartment for rent at N110, 000 per annum.
Good Luck with your house hunt!