In Malkohi, Yola South local government area of Adamawa state, project contractors have been mobilized and have begun the construction of 1,000 units’ affordable houses for low- and middle-income earners in the state.
Financed by Family Homes Funds and developed on a 92.44ha of land, the project will house 1,000 units of 350 3-Bedroom Bungalow and 650 2-Bedroom Bungalow both fully detached.
Following a meeting between Family Homes Funds and officials from the Adamawa state government, the site was officially handed over on the 7th of January 2021 and the project is expected to be completed in 6 months.
Family Homes Funds urged the state government to provide the supporting infrastructure for the project as soon as completed to enable those who need the houses move in.
Family Homes Funds is a social housing scheme providing finance for the development of affordable housing across Nigeria in order to reduce the country’s housing deficit and make it possible for those on low and middle income own a home of their own.
Family Homes Funds has completed several affordable housing projects in different states including Nasarawa, Kaduna, Delta, Kano, Ogun, Bauchi and Borno. Work is also ongoing at different stages in different states.