Browsing by Author "Wahab, Muktar Babatunde"

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  • ANALYSIS OF CONSTRAINTS TO VALUATION ACCURACY FOR DIFFERENT PURPOSES IN LAGOS AND ABUJA, NIGERIA 

    Wahab, Muktar Babatunde; Ibuoye, Adegboyega Ayodele; Adeogun, Adekunle Sunday; Durosinmi, Wasiu Ayobami (Faculty of Environmental Sciences, Kaduna State University, Kafancha Campus, Nigeria, 2020-10)
    Accuracy of valuation exercise for various purposes has been universally emphasized in this current dispensation and as a matter of fact, it has been given a world-wide recognition by the World Bank, which encouraged the ...
  • EFFECT OF GREEN SPACES ON RENTAL DECISION IN IKEJA METROPOLIS, LAGOS STATE 

    Ola, Olumide Samson; Wahab, Muktar Babatunde; Sule, Abas Iyanda; Durosinmi, Wasiu Ayobami; Dodo, Zakari Usman; Onyekere, Nwanyieze Chisom (Faculty of Environmental Design, OAU, Ile- Ife, Nigeria., 2018-09-12)
    Green space is an important environmental amenity in urban areas. Its presence can make the environmental a more pleasant place to live, work, spend leisure time, and thus make substantial improvements in individual ...
  • EXAMINATION OF HOUSING INVESTMENT PERFORMANCE IN ABUJA, NIGERIA. 

    Wahab, Muktar Babatunde; Durosinmi, Wasiu Ayobami; Mustapha, Adamu; Olatunji, I.A; Ajayi, Michael Tolu Adeyemi (School of Environmental Technology, Federal University of Technology Minna, Niger State, Nigeria., 2016-05-10)
    Housing investment performance is an examination of total return from an invested capital in real estate market, vis-à-vis an associated market risk. The incessant failure of real estate investment is attributed to the ...
  • INSTITUTIONAL BARRIERS TO SUSTAINABLE URBAN HOUSING DEVELOPMENT IN LAGOS 

    Wahab, Muktar Babatunde; Ola, Olumide Samson; Durosinmi, Wasiu Ayobami (Parvenu Technologies, 2020)
    The twenty-first century has been defined as the urban century characterised by more than half of the world’s population living in towns and cities. The demographic movement to the majority of urbanised states is expected ...