International Journal of Civil Engineering, Construction and Estate Management (IJCECEM)

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Anambra State

Assessment of The Trend of Rental Returns on Private Hostel Investment in Neighbourhoods of Public Tertiary Institutions in Anambra State (2011-2022) (Published)

The increasing number of students in public tertiary institutions in Anambra state has prompted serious accommodation problems and on-campus hostels can no longer cope with the attendant demand. The high rate of demand for housing by students led to the development of private accommodation known as hostels or lodges around these institutions of higher learning. Establishment of private hostels requires huge capital outlay; hence, investors need to have a fair idea of returns from such investment before committing their resources. This research aims to assess the trend of rental returns from private hostels investment in selected neighbourhoods of public tertiary institutions in Anambra state from 2011 – 2022. The study adopts stratified sampling technique that represents the entire population. Data for the study were elicited Estate Surveyors and Valuers practicing in Anambra state through the use of structured questionnaire, and analyzed using tables, graphs and trend analysis. The study indicated that the trend of rental returns of private hostels shows a steady increase in all locations over the study period. The study recommends that intending investors should consult real estate professionals for investment advice before delving into hostel property development, and they should also consider public private partnership (PPP) contractual arrangements such as Design Build Operate and Transfer (DBOT) in hostel development.

Keywords: Anambra State, Investment, Trend, private hostel, rental returns

Assessment of Building Survey as a Tool for Building Maintenance Program a Study of Awka, Anambra State (Published)

Sequel to the inefficiencies found in building maintenance, which has reduced the satisfaction level and resulted in many ugly incidents like building collapse and fast dilapidation, this work was conceived with the aim of evaluating the building survey as a tool for efficient building maintenance. The study adopted a survey design involving literature review, personal interviews and questionnaire survey. The collated data was analyzed in percentages and it was found that building survey is a very vital tool in building maintenance and it has been neglected in the study area. The study therefore recommend that building survey should be put into consideration before any maintenance work will be carried out, both in private and public buildings and there should be full funding and monitoring of the process to yield better results.

Keywords: Anambra State, Assessment, Awka, Building Survey, Building maintenance, Program

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