sitelogo
 Home»Estate Management» Impact of banking recapitalization on real estate sector

Impact of banking recapitalization on real estate sector

 Department:Estate Management  
 By:usericon peterjohn  

fblog
   Rating:  (5.0) votes1
   Rate this project   
   Price:₦1000
Abstract
The pre-consolidation era in the banking sector can be dated back prior to July 2004 when there were various banks existing and operating in the country. During this period, the total number of banks existing in the country was 89. After the consolidation exercise, the banking sectors was termed as being strong, stable and reliable megabank. This is the first phase of the consolidation exercise which trimmed the number of banks in Nigeria from eighty-nine (89) to twenty-five (25) and with each of the existing banks, now having an average capital of about twenty-five billion (N25 billion). The consolidation programme in the banking industry is expected to have a wide-ranging implication on the real estate profession. Because real state is characterterized relatively with large economy size, investors have traditionally relied on third party financial instruction for significant positions of funds require the investment control of large pared of real property is difficult to achieve without access to a borrowed fund which has consequently become an ambiguous factor in real estate investment decision. The different source of capital from real estate investment is equity and debt, syndications joint ventures, pension fund, life insurance companies, the banking industry as a sector in the economy cannot stand and operates in isolation but to associate with various industries in order to actualize its aims and objectives. Real estate industry on its own is a vibrant sector which involves various professionals from various fields. The impact which recapitalization has on real estate investment in positive funds were available, members were commissioned in carrying out a valuation for a different purpose and big project were also finance....
Preview +
Other Estate Management project topics and materials you might be interested in
»An assessment of residential housing problem in the urban areas of Nigeria (a case study of Umuahia urban)
»Effects of obsolescence on residential properties (a case study of Oparanozie street in Owerri, Imo state)
»Effect of environmental pollution on real estate development (a case study of Warri, Delta state)
»Problems of urban land management (a case study of Owerri capital territory)
»Recreational Property Development in Owerri Imo State ( A Case Study of Owerri Municipal )
»The effect of continuous assessment on academic performance of students in school (a case study of Okitipupa local government area of Ondo state)
»The effect of oil spillage on residential property investment (a case study of Oyibo in Rivers state)
»Effect of building material cost on housing development in Nigeria
»The economic implication of multiple hostel accommodation in tertiary institution in Nigeria (a case study of federal polytechnic Nekede, Owerri)
»The impact of Akwa ibom state university of science and technology on social development of mkpat enin L.G.A Akwa ibom state
»Land use regulations and its effects on land development
»Challenges associated with real estate investment in Enugu, Nigeria
»The challenges of poor revenue generation on the development of Ngor-okpala local government area, Imo state
»An evaluation of property rating practice in Nigeria
»Analysis of conventional procurement strategies and their application in Nigeria construction industry

UPLOAD A PROJECT

Do you have project materials to share? Upload and earn with it.