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BUILDING ON A CONSERVATIVE BUDGET IN IBADAN (CONCLUSION).

Posted by Oluwafemi Olaogun on October 9, 2018
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Building a house might not be as straightforward for some people as the guidelines in our last article; this is mostly due to financial constraints.

In this part of the world and country, the most important thing is having a land and having approval from the right local governing body over building plans. Getting a certificate of ownership is also important but can be ongoing as the construction of the house is being done.

After clearing all building laws with the authorities, one can inhabit a house at any level he or she pleases in this part of the country.

You can start with building up the important rooms etched on the foundation. Make it habitable enough and move in. The financial expense of paying rent is significantly reduced together with doing away with unnecessary expenses.

Now you can save up and start working on developing the other unbuilt sections of the house. After some time, the house will start taking on a better shape and after a few years of sticking with the plan, nothing is impossible.

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