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A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF RENTAL VARIATION IN RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES IN NIGERIA

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A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF RENTAL VARIATION IN RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES IN NIGERIA

(A CASE STUDY OF OGUI NEW LAYOUT ENUGU)

ABSTRACT

            This research has investigated in to a comparative analysis of rental variation in residential and commercial properties in Ogui New Layout, Enugu Nigeria.

The researcher used both questionnaires, interview and self observation as method of data collection. The data was collected among some landlords, Estate agents of the selected properties.

The data collected was analyzed based on interpretation and conclusion made.

Chapter one treats the introduction of the project work, chapter two Literature Review, chapter three. Research methodology, chapter four data presentation, analysis and interpretation and chapter five finding, recommendation and conclusion.

Finally, rental variation in commercial and residential properties have been discovered to be influenced by certain factors affecting the rents passing on these properties.

Table of contents

CHAPTER ONE

1.0              Introduction

1.1       Background of the Study

1.2              Statement of Problem

1.3              Purpose of the Study

1.4              Significance of Study

1.5              Scope of the Study

1.6              Limitation of the Study

CHAPTER TWO

2.0              Literature Review

2.1       Property

21.1           What is Property?

21.2           Meaning of Property for Appraisal

21.3           Nature of Property

21.4           Classification Property for Valuation Purpose

21.5           Economic of Rent

21.6           Theory of Rent

21.7          Concepts of Rent

21.8          Determinate of Rent

2.2              Commercial Properties and Rents

2.3              Residential Properties

2.4              Definition of Relevant Terms

CHAPTER THREE

3.0              Research Methodology

3.1       Sources of Data

3.2              Primary Data

3.3              Secondary Data

3.4              Study Population and Sample

CHAPTER FOUR

4.0              Data Presentation, Analysis and Introduction

4.1       Presentation of Basic Data

4.2              Presentation and Analysis of Data

4.3              The Average Rent in N/M2 on Commercial and Residential Properties

CHAPTER FIVE

5.0              Findings, Recommendation and Conclusions

5.1       Finding

5.2              Recommendation

5.3              Conclusion

Bibliography

Appendix

List of Figures/Tables

CHAPTER ONE

1.0              INTRODUCTION

1.1       BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

            Shelter is a basic necessity in life. An individual can satisfy this need by either occupying his own (owner’s occupier) property or renting another persons property. In our traditional society, the need for shelter is mainly met through the first alternative, that is owner occupation. With the emergency of urban centres, the situation has changed. Many people are no longer about to own property because of the difficulty in the acquisition of land and the high cost of building construction. Therefore, they are left with the alternative of renting other people’s properties in order to satisfy their need for shelter. Consequently two classes of urban resident have emerged, the landlord and the tenant under this arrangement the tenant pays to the landlord a certain amount of money in consideration for his use of the landlord’s house. This amount is popularly known as rent.

During the civil war the Nigeria that is 1966 to 1970 many landed properties in the urban areas of the former Eastern Region of Nigeria, including Enugu, were destroyed. Consequently, there was a sharp decline in the supply of landed properties after the war. Furthermore, the post – civil war period witnessed an unprecedented number of the rural population trooping into the urban centres due to the conspicuous prosperity brought about in the urban area by the oil boom. This resulted to high demand for the existing limited supply of landed properties. Consequent upon these, rent for landed properties increased considerably.

This trend has continued with the effect that “the average worker is paying between 30% to 40% of his salary as rent ” (Oshadiya, 1985). Thus the increase in rents on the properties has led to the variation of rent on properties.

In urban area due to location advantage (for example prime location) which some properties offer above others for commercial and residential uses, rent tend to very on account of the type of use which a property can offer.

1.2       STATEMENT OF PROBLEM

Location of economic properties has been a difficult concept to understand. Although the primary objective of commercial properties is the derivation of financial gains, while that of residential properties is for habitation, shelter and comfort, the demand for land is a refection of the profitability or utility derivable from it use. The greater the benefit to be obtained from a particular use, the higher the rent that the user will be willing to pay for it.

There appear to be wide ranging differences in the levels of rent passing on residential and commercial properties in Enugu and Nigeria generally.

This research is seeking among other things to find out the causes of rental variation in commercial and residential properties in Nigeria, Ogui New Layout as a case study.

1.3       PURPOSE OF THE STUDY

The main purpose of this research is to examine the reasons for rental variation in commercial and residential properties with a view to provide tool to be used in catching issues related to rent on these properties in Enugu and Nigeria generally.

In order to achieve the standard goals, the following objective are to be undertaken;

i)                    To identify the current level of rents for commercial and residential properties in the study area.

ii)                  To ascertain and examine the factors influencing the rents being commanded by these properties.

iii)                To specify the implications of rental variation on decisions to acquire those properties.

iv)                To determine the trend in rental values for residential and commercial properties in the study area.

1.4       SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY

The finding of this study will be of benefit to the following;

Firstly, tenants who are charged rents based on different reasons, especially when the properties are of the same nature (physically). This will again enable the investors not only to understand how occupier thinks, but also why and the things they consider before acquiring properties for certain uses. For example residential and commercial use.

Secondly, the generality of the public can now understand the reason why the rents being commanded by these properties have to differ.

Lastly, this research work will help to determine the factors influencing, commercial and residential properties which is an essential pre-requisite to successful development as well as stimulating interest in the students to carryout out further research on the topic.

1.5       SCOPE OF THE STUDY

The study covers a period of three years (2002 to 2004) and it is restricted to selected properties (Residential and commercial) comprising blocks of flat and tenements in Ogui New Layout, Enugu

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