Why is real estate regarded a safe investment option during an inflation
According to the National Bureau of Statistics’ (NBS) recently issued Consumer Price Index data, Nigeria’s inflation jumped to its highest level in 11 months, going from 16.82 per cent in April 2022 to 17.71 per cent.
It won’t come as a shock to learn that inflation is currently sweeping Nigeria at the moment, hurting all economic sectors of the country, including the Nigerian real estate market. However, there is never a better moment to invest in real estate than today. Although the economy is now ravaged by inflation, money invested in the industry would eventually gain rather than depreciate.
As a result, due to the rapid pace of appreciation of real estate during this period, inflation can really be a gift in disguise for real estate investors, ensuring a lucrative return on investment in the shortest possible time.
Furthermore, for those with access to foreign currency earnings, real estate is a long-term bet worth considering because the foreign exchange regime’s volatility allows an investor to buy significant assets below market value with smaller dollar sums, particularly in the middle market sector, which has massive unmet demand.
Real estate investment continues to provide strong protection against high inflation and has shown to be resistant to value degradation. The effects of the Naira depreciation on ordinary Nigerians are still being felt. However, the cost of products and services has risen dramatically in many homes and companies, putting a strain on the discretionary income that many Nigerians can save or invest.
So, place a call to us today at Danbel Properties and take advantage of our attractive offers.