Lands are simply portions of the earth not covered by water. Lands are well abundant and affordable real estate property in Nigeria except for those in mega cities which can be quite pricey. Lands can be used for various purposes ranging from residential to commercial purpose. Lands used for residential purpose are predominantly for building homes while those for commercial purpose are mainly used for agriculture, events, the building of industries and commercial properties among others.
Lands for lease in Nigeria used for agriculture are either for subsistence farming or to own a plantation for business purposes. Soils in each state are fertile than the other so when considering having a land for agricultural purpose, a survey should be done on the land to ensure that the soil type and structure supports the kind of plantation in view.
Vast lands in Nigeria for agricultural purpose are available in states such as Abia, Kano, Plateau, Ondo, Kwara, Adamawa and Cross River among others. Nonetheless, mega cities also have lands for sale which are not in abundance and are mostly set aside for residential purposes. The price of renting a land in Nigeria costs within the price range of ?250,000 to ?60,000,000 per annum or in some case, short term use.