Consultancy: Understanding End User Housing Finance in Abuja – Nigeria Feasibility Study

Consultancy: Understanding End User Housing Finance in Abuja – Nigeria Feasibility Study

Consultancy: Understanding End User Housing Finance in Abuja – Nigeria Feasibility Study

Reall seeks to procure a Nigeria-based consultant with significant research experience, expert knowledge of the Nigerian housing finance sector and proven experience engaging with banks and other financial institutions. The primary objective is to better understand end-user finance for housing in the Nigerian context, with a focus on Abuja. This will entail identifying key challenges, market barriers and impediments to scale to inform appropriate solutions.

The primary objectives of this work are to:

  • Identify and analyse key sources of housing finance for low-income households in Abuja and understand key enablers and barriers encountered by housing finance institutions (banks, cooperative societies, microfinance providers) when lending affordable housing finance
  • Understand end user attitudes towards housing finance in Abuja and explore the demand for different types of housing solutions
  • Identify and evaluate housing finance institutions (banks, cooperative societies, microfinance providers) that are willing to collaborate with Reall to jointly explore and develop new solutions to develop new solutions to provide housing finance, and green finance, to low-income clients
  • Broker introductions for Reall with senior personnel at housing finance institutions identified in objectives above

Further information

Reall is committed to equality and diversity and is proud to be an equal opportunities employer. We particularly welcome applications from candidates who are black, Asian, minority ethnic, LGBTQ+, and those who have disabilities, because we believe a diverse and inclusive workforce is important for our organisation and will lead to greater results and enhance our way of working.

Submit Application

Please ensure that you send us a proposal response to the ToR, in order for your application to be considered.

For more information read the full Terms of Reference here.

Submissions should be sent to [email protected] by 9am GMT on 28 November 2022 and should include “Nigeria Feasibility Study” in the subject header.