Cross River state is not only a tourist’s dream but also an amazing location for real estate investors. Cross River state is located in the South-South region of Nigeria in the Niger Delta part of the country. Cross River got its name after the Cross River which passes through the state, and it shares boundaries with Benue state to the north, Ebonyi and Abia States to the west, and to the east, it is bordered by the Cameroon Republic, to the south by Akwa-Ibom and the Atlantic Ocean. Cross River state is composed majorly of three ethnic groups; the Efik, the Ejagham and the Bekwarra - the Efik language is one of the widely spoken languages in the region.
Cross River state is made up of 18 local government areas and its capital is Calabar. Cross River state was created on May 27, 1967 from the former Eastern Region in Nigeria by the General Yakubu Gowon regime, but its name was changed to Cross River in 1987 and its major towns include Akamkpa, Biase, Calabar South, Ikom, Obubra, Odukpani, Ogoja, Ugep, Obudu, Obanliku and Akpabuyo. Cross River state regularly welcomes tourists either because of the numerous festivals or the soaring plateaus of the mountain tops or other beautiful sights the beautiful state of Calabar offers. The popular Tinapa Resort and the Obudu Cattle Ranch are both in Cross River state. The state can also be accessed through the Margaret Ekpo International Airport in Calabar.
Houses for sale in Cross River are one of the beautiful properties for sale in Nigeria, and they include duplexes, bungalows, flats/apartments, self-contain, detached and semi-detached houses among others. Cross River state is abundant with land for sale for both residential and commercial purposes. The value of real estate properties for sale in Cross River differs according to location as highly demanded areas like Calabar is a bit more expensive than other areas. A bungalow for sale in Cross River could go for N30,000,000, a plot of land could be as low as N1,700,000 while a commercial property like a filling station can go for about N30,000,000.