You’ve probably heard it a million and one times, renting property is just throwing money away yearly. Your family has probably tried to also talk you into the whole idea of investing in real estate. But as you know, it ain’t free! Being a homeowner is undoubtedly a great achievement for a lot of Nigerians, but it does come with it’s own headaches. Before making the plunge to home ownership, read 5 reasons why being a renter rocks!

Painting your home may seem like a necessary evil. No one really enjoys it, but the end result is always worth it. It’s such a mundane task that most people don’t ever get to know the in’s and out’s of a proper paint job. Yes that’s right, there’s more to painting a wall than just a few brush strokes and watching it dry. There are tons of things to consider, such as quality of paint, the right tolls to use and even colour to light exposure. If all this sounds like Chinese to you, we’re here to help. Keep reading to find out the Jumia House list of 10 surprising things you didn’t know about paint.

Choosing flooring can be a daunting task. Picking the right flooring is more than just finding the best-looking product for the best price. There are many other factors to consider, such as-moisture, durability, costs, and more.  Jumia House our top tips to help you reach the flooring decision that is right for you and your home.

Moving into a new home is undoubtedly one of the most exciting times in your life. There’s nothing like the feeling of owning your own property. No matter what is going on, at least you don’t have to pay rent! That’s a definite plus. But before the celebrations and housewarming parties there are some essential things you need to do before you can truly call this house your home. Jumia House is sharing 5 important things we think you need to do before you move into your new house.

The bane of every Nigerian tenant is undoubtedly the stress that comes with paying a hefty lump sum rent yearly. This unique leasing term in Nigeria makes life a little harder for the average Nigerian. But that is now a thing of the past thanks to Page Micro-Finance Bank. We recently partnered up with Page MFB to offer our customers even more unique services on our platform. Keep reading to find out how you too can start paying your rent monthly!

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