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What you can expect from Nigeria’s Mortgage finance market in 2018

By CNBC
09 February 2018   |   2:00 pm
Nigeria's Mortgage finance market recorded a 82 per cent growth between 2010 and 2016 as activities in the space is gradually picking up but what can we expect from the space in this year?

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