Houses for rent in Abuja include bungalows, flats, mini flats, self-contains, duplexes, detached and semi-detached houses among others. Abuja is also a commercial city with various forms of commercial properties for rent like Warehouses, shops, office spaces and the likes. Houses to let in Abuja can be found in any of the four phases in which real estate in Abuja is divided into. The high-end luxury area in Phase 1 with high-end properties for rent includes Asokoro, Maitama, Wuse and Garki.
Abuja is the capital of Nigeria and also one of the most developed cities in the country. Abuja, The Federal Capital Territory was built in the 1980's and in 1991, replaced Lagos state has the capital of Nigeria. Abuja houses major government offices and international embassies with top notch politicians and business men and women flooding the capital city. Abuja has a number of landmarks like the Aso Rock, The Presidential Complex, National Assembly, Supreme Court, Zuma Rock, Nigerian National Mosque and the Nigerian National Christian Centre. The Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport serves as Abuja’s major airport and also Most countries relocated their embassies to Abuja, and many maintain their former embassies as consulates in Lagos, the commercial capital of Nigeria.
The price of properties for rent in Abuja differs as high-end areas like Phase 1 is more expensive than Phase 3 area that includes Gwarinpa which has grown to be a popular area to rent a house in Abuja. Starting with N800,000 you can rent a 2 bedroom flat in Gwarinpa, Phase 3 Abuja, while in Wuse Phase 1 it could be as low as N1,200,000.