nshp.gov.ng 2020 NSHP Application Portal for National Social Housing Programme|all you need to know.
Have you heard about the federal Government national social housing programme? It is estimated that about 300,000 (three hundred thousand) low cost houses will be made available to the average Nigerians.
This scheme is not for the wealthy or those who are super rich but is designed for the low-income earners in the society. As a low-income earner you can easily become a landlord of your own.
NSHP Registration 2020
- 1 NSHP Registration 2020
- 2 What is the Objectives of NSHP Programme
- 3 NSHP Registration 2020 – Requirements
- 4 How to Apply for Nigeria National Social Housing Programme (NSHP) on
- 5 Key point to note:
- 6 About National Social Housing Programme 2020 in Nigeria
- 7 Why is the Government embarking on Housing Program (NSHP)?
The federal Government (FG) has unveil the registration portal that will capture interested Nigerians that truly qualify for the National Social Housing Programme.
With ₦2,000,000 you can own a home irrespective of the price of cement in the market. Below are the category and package the Government offers :
- 2-Rooms (1 Bedroom House) for ₦2,000,000.
- 3-Rooms (2 Bedroom House) for ₦2,750,000.
- 4-Rooms (3 Bedroom House) for ₦3,500,000.
Eligible Nigerians can now start applying through the portal by following our guide here.
But before you apply for the National Social Housing Programme there are requirements to fulfil, so let’s discuss National Social Housing Programme requirements below:
What is the Objectives of NSHP Programme
- Build and sell 300,000 houses in 36 states and Abuja, Nigeria for low-income people.
- Provide 1.8 million jobs in the construction industry
- There will be increase in the production and manufacture of construction materials locally, this will be achieved through economic scale.
- Increasing access to home ownership for low-income earners
NSHP Registration 2020 – Requirements
- Applicant for the National Social Housing Programme must be a citizen of Nigerian.
- Home owners under the National Social Housing Programme are expected to be 18 years of age.
- Another requirement is for applicant to have National identity card or any valid means of identification.
- Applicant will have to declare their annual income to the Government.
- Finally applicant will have to submit other details such as the package they are applying for.
How to Apply for Nigeria National Social Housing Programme (NSHP) on
The application portal for Nigeria National Social Housing Programme (NSHP) is https://nshp.gov.ng
Log to the portal here https://nshp.gov.ng/
Remember that there are categories you can apply from. So choose the category that will suit your family size and needs also.
Key point to note:
- The National Social Housing Programme (NSHP) is a brain-child of the presidency. It falls directly under the Economic Sustainability Plan with aims to making millions of Nigerians house owners and helping them have a better and secured retirement plan in future.
- The first phase of this programme will see over 300,000 houses built and sold to Nigerians. Funds for this programme are drawn from the Family Homes Funds (FHF)
- This huge project is expected to create more jobs, infact the Government estimates that about 1.5 million will be created in 5 years to come.
- Finally you need to know that the Apex Bank CBN released over 200 billion naira to the Family Homes Fund Limited (FHFL) to facilitate the construction of this houses.
About National Social Housing Programme 2020 in Nigeria
The president seeks to make affordable Houses get to the reach of ordinary Nigerians both civil servants and business men and women alike.
The National Social Housing Programme (NSHP) falls under the Economic Sustainability Plan that have a main objective, which is build and sell houses in a subsidised prices to Nigerians
It is a Housing Program (NSHP) that will only allow you become a homeowner
Why is the Government embarking on Housing Program (NSHP)?
Though housing has been considered to be a basic necessity for man ; after food, clothing what comes next is shelter.
The cost of building materials is skyrocketing on daily basis and this has gone beyond the reach of the average Nigerians and completely out of the reach of the poor.
Solving or reducing this social economic challenges that gives most Nigerians sleepless night will help to keep people from living in slums where disease cause by bacteria thrives.