Calabar is a city in Cross River State located in the south southern part of Nigeria. Often described as the tourism capital of Nigeria, Calabar is a popular stopover for travellers heading to Cameroon as the city boasts of a fantastic museum and an excellent conservation centre. In addition to being a residential area, Calabar can be said to be a well-commercialised area in Nigeria as it was once one of Africa's biggest slave ports and later a major exporter of palm oil. Popular towns in Calabar include Akim, Ikot Ansa, Ikot Ishie, Kasuk, Duke Town, Henshaw Town, Ikot Omin, Obutong, Bakassi, Biase, Akamkpa.
The Marina Resort, Drill Ranch or Drill Monkey Rehab centre, Mary Slessor's Home, Slave History Museum, Duke Town, Tinapa Business Resort, Obudu Cattle Ranch and Oban Falls are the amazing attractions which Calabar prides itself in, making the city a sought-after one for dwellers and developers alike as it promises an attractive investment turnover for investors. However, security, accessibility, viability also play a major role in determining the cost of the houses for sale in Calabar.
The houses for sale in Calabar are a combination of bungalows and duplexes with three to five bedrooms which can be found within areas such as state housing estate, federal housing estate, Ekorinim 1 and 2, satellite town, 8 Miles, Parliamentary Road Extension, Anantigha and Etta Agbo to mention a few.
A three (3) bedroom flat for sale in Calabar Municipality can cost about 7,000,000 per square metre while a ten (10) room commercial property for sale in Calabar South attracts an acquisition cost of N55,000,000.