Category Archives: Property

Prince Harry Pays back £2.4m of Taxpayers’ Money for Frogmore Cottage Renovation

Prince Harry has paid back the £2.4m of taxpayers’ money spent on renovating his UK home at Frogmore Cottage in Windsor.

The Duke of Sussex, now living in Los Angeles after quitting royal duties with his wife, Meghan Markle, paid the bill in full by making a contribution to the Sovereign Grant, said his spokesman.

Check out Tyler Perry’s New Massive Estate that includes an Airport (Photos)

Days after being declared a Billionaire by Forbes it has come to light that Tyler Perry is building a massive estate that includes an airport.

According to TMZ, Tyler is building a 35,000-square-foot estate on 1,200 acres near Atlanta. The property includes a grand entrance to the property, an enormous lap pool, and what appears to runway for his private jet.

Lagos state slashes land use charge, waives N5.7bn fees

The Lagos State Government has said it will reduce its land use charges and other penal fees by reversing the rate of land use charge to pre-2018, while upholding the 2018 method of valuation.

The Commissioner for Finance, Dr Rabiu Olowo, said this on Wednesday in a statement titled ‘Speech delivered by the honourable commissioner for finance at a press briefing on the 2020 new land use charge law.’

Bizarre ‘Pyramid-Shaped’ 18-Storey Building In China Becomes Internet Sensation – Photo

A massive residential building in China has shot to fame for its quirky, pyramid-like shape.The futuristic 18-storey structure is situated in Kunshan, a city near Shanghai, and has gathered great interest from the public for its unusual design.

FIRS’ 6% Stamp Duty Charge On Agreement. How It Affects You As Landlord/Tenant


This article wouldn’t have been put up at a better time than this, to address this issue currently at the front burner, as it affects renters and property owners. It is imperative to separate facts from myths, so as to allay fears in some quarters and also attempt to provide clarifications due to the ambiguity around the FIRS circular and how (Stamp Duty charge) it would be implemented.Sometime in early July, 2020 when FIRS first made the announce on stamp duty charge on lease/tenancy agreement going forward in Nigeria, some Nigerians had interpreted it to mean going to Nigerian Postal Service (NIPOST) to obtain N50 postage stamp and affix same on the tenancy agreement, while some interpreted the regulation to mean 6% of professional fee for the preparation of the lease/tenancy agreement.

Tenants In Nigeria To Pay 6% Stamp Duty – FIRS Tells Landlords & Property Agents

The Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) has directed landlords and property agents to charge six percent Stamp Duty on all tenancy and lease agreements.

The landlords/ property agents are to remit such collections to FIRS “so that they do not run foul of the Stamp Duty Act.”

Multi-level Building Owners To Submit Insurance Certificates In Lagos State

Lagos state enacts Urban Development Law compelling multi-level building owners to submit insurance certificates•New regulations desirable to promote safety – Salako

Rihanna is Renting UK Luxury Mansion for an Astonishing £330K a Month – Photo

Rihanna is shelling out £330,000 to rent the swanky home where Kourtney And Khloe Kardashian stayed while filming their reality series Take The Hamptons, it is claimed.It is thought the pop star will be staying in the incredible property on a two-acre peninsula in the North Sea hamlet of the Hamptons, from the middle of July until the middle of August this year.

Ariana Grande splashes out $13.7m on Los Angeles Mansion – Photo

United States music star, Ariana Grande has paid $13.7m for a swanky new home in the hills of Hollywood in Los Angeles.The singer snapped up the home after it was left on the market for two years and dropped in price from $25.5 million.

Swiss Authorities Still Searching for Owner of £150k Gold left Behind in a Train 8 months Ago

A train passenger left gold worth more than £150,000 in a carriage.The mystery owner now has five years to claim their fortune, which was found on the train between St Gallen and Lucerne in Switzerland.