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Re: Current Prices Of Building Materials In Nigeria by estheradeola: 5:14am On Sep 24, 2012
brabus:

Which part of Ogun state? Abeokuta, Ifo, Ilaro, Sango-otta, Ijebu, Mowe, Simawa, Sagamu, Ogijo, Owode, Ofada etc.

N250k is a good sum but it can only get you a community land. I'm sure you understand what that means - you're buying from Omo-Onile.

See my details in signature below.

fnx for ur response buh i absolutely av no idea wat a community land is
is it a gud fin or bad fin?
Re: Current Prices Of Building Materials In Nigeria by brabus(m): 7:02am On Sep 24, 2012
estheradeola:

fnx for ur response buh i absolutely av no idea wat a community land is
is it a gud fin or bad fin?

A community or family land is a plot of land sold by individual or representative of a family. Its not a bad thing but you should be prepared to pay extra money when the construction work is happening.

You'll have to pay the family selling the land at various stages some dues before construction e.g. Foundation levy, Decking, Roofing, plastering etc. This payment is outside land cost.

All this issues and worries are already taken care of when you purchase land from estate developers. No Omo Onile fees when you buy serviced plots from real estate firms.

But if you don't mind the extra cost which are always negligible in some cases, you can always buy family land and pay the dues.

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I'm helping a client to develop his site in Lambe, Ogun state and the foundation fee paid to the omo-onile (land owners) was just N20k. That's small compared to what's paid in some other parts like Magboro, Arepo, Isheri etc. It could be as much as N100k or more in other cases.

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Re: Current Prices Of Building Materials In Nigeria by rodeo0070(m): 3:44pm On Sep 25, 2012
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1/2 INCH, 3/4: N1,900
HARD CORE: N1,750.00
STONE DUST: N950.00,
STONE BASE: N1,750.00
WASTE GRANITE: N950 negotiable.
We have trucks to deliver your order any where in Nigeria at cheaper cost with waybills to evidence your materials.
Call us on 08053168031 0R 07084044045.

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Re: Current Prices Of Building Materials In Nigeria by makinde3: 9:46pm On Sep 25, 2012
We have acres of land for sale at Oshiele, Odeda local government, Abeokuta.

The virgin land is suitable for housing estates, agricultural purposes, industry etc

Plot is for 150,000 and an acre goes for 900,000 though subject to negotiation for more than an acre.

You will be dealing with the owners of the land directly

For more information contact Lawyer Kola on 08063713747 in Nigeria, Ayo on 07956504926 or Ade 07404262631 for UK buyers
Re: Current Prices Of Building Materials In Nigeria by estheradeola: 11:41am On Sep 26, 2012
brabus:

A community or family land is a plot of land sold by individual or representative of a family. Its not a bad thing but you should be prepared to pay extra money when the construction work is happening.

You'll have to pay the family selling the land at various stages some dues before construction e.g. Foundation levy, Decking, Roofing, plastering etc. This payment is outside land cost.

All this issues and worries are already taken care of when you purchase land from estate developers. No Omo Onile fees when you buy serviced plots from real estate firms.

But if you don't mind the extra cost which are always negligible in some cases, you can always buy family land and pay the dues.

___________________
I'm helping a client to develop his site in Lambe, Ogun state and the foundation fee paid to the omo-onile (land owners) was just N20k. That's small compared to what's paid in some other parts like Magboro, Arepo, Isheri etc. It could be as much as N100k or more in other cases.
Fnx for ur reply
Its appreciated
I dnt rilly mind any area
My family has a house in Sango otta and wlnt mind dt area
Buh am open to other ideas
I wld however prefer nt to buy d community land tingy oo
Any ideas where I can get it frm an agent at a cheaper price?
Cheers!!!
Re: Current Prices Of Building Materials In Nigeria by euromilion: 1:52am On Sep 27, 2012
Ikotun area.
Cement @ 1700
Sharp sand 21k for 8 tons
Granites 30 tons @ 130k
1*12 woods @ 700
2*3 woods @ 350
16 mm rod a ton 130k
12mm rod ton 130k
Gravel 5 tons 22k
9inch block 160
6inch block 130
Nail 5k
Binding wire 2500
20 rings 16k

Goodluck

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Re: Current Prices Of Building Materials In Nigeria by dudubody: 12:25pm On Sep 27, 2012
good job euro million
Re: Current Prices Of Building Materials In Nigeria by Richtronix(m): 12:34pm On Sep 27, 2012
Please keep this thread open and on point, do not digress into other matters ...well done Dudubody et al.....
Re: Current Prices Of Building Materials In Nigeria by MacLovington(m): 9:41am On Sep 29, 2012
Can someone tell me the cost of the following in Benin city:

Wood for nogging

3x4
3x2
2x4
2x2
Bag of nail: 3" and 4"

A square metre of 0.35 guage AND 0.45 guage aluminium longspan sheets

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Re: Current Prices Of Building Materials In Nigeria by kreamstaff: 9:40am On Oct 02, 2012
Please can anyone help me with the prices of various sizes of
Wooden panel internal doors -
Wooden flush internal doors,
Metal external doors.
Thanks
Re: Current Prices Of Building Materials In Nigeria by Venchy: 11:30am On Oct 03, 2012
Pls pls can anyone tell me the price of 30 tons of Granite.....site is after AGBARA, BADAGRY, LAGOS.

Also need a genuine and reliable supplier.
Re: Current Prices Of Building Materials In Nigeria by Venchy: 11:37am On Oct 03, 2012
euromilion: Ikotun area.
Cement @ 1700
Sharp sand 21k for 8 tons
Granites 30 tons @ 130k
1*12 woods @ 700
2*3 woods @ 350
16 mm rod a ton 130k
12mm rod ton 130k
Gravel 5 tons 22k
9inch block 160
6inch block 130
Nail 5k
Binding wire 2500
20 rings 16k

Goodluck

Pls Euromillion can you pls recommend a reliable supplier of Granite as I'm interested in buying 30 tons of Granite and gravel as well and my site is after AGBARA, towards BADAGRY.

My email is sampamo@aol.com.

Looking forward in hearing from you
Re: Current Prices Of Building Materials In Nigeria by euromilion: 1:50am On Oct 04, 2012
paradox seem to be very reliable call him 08093102705 he is here on nairaland,

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Re: Current Prices Of Building Materials In Nigeria by Venchy: 3:01pm On Oct 04, 2012
Thanks for getting back to me, I appreciate your response, I'll check on him.

Please keep up with the update on this topic, very helpful.
Re: Current Prices Of Building Materials In Nigeria by remcoface: 8:04pm On Oct 05, 2012
euromilion:
paradox seem to be very reliable call him 08093102705 he is here on nairaland,

Seconded.
Re: Current Prices Of Building Materials In Nigeria by remcoface: 8:06pm On Oct 05, 2012
Venchy: Thanks for getting back to me, I appreciate your response, I'll check on him.

Please keep up with the update on this topic, very helpful.

http://www.nairaland.com/783405/quality-granite-supplyhaulage-reasonble-price/5#10107902
Re: Current Prices Of Building Materials In Nigeria by TMemos: 3:02pm On Oct 06, 2012
brabus: Material Prices (Lambe, Akute, Ajuwon - Ogun State)

Cement (Dangote) - N1800
Sharp sand (small tipper) - N12k
Laterite (small tipper) - N5.5k
Washed Gravel (small tipper) - N20k
12mm iron rod (1 ton) - N125k
10mm iron rod (1 ton) - N100k
Binding Wire (1 bundle) - N2.5k
1 x 12 White wood - N750
2 x 3 - N250
2 x 2 - N200
Nails (1 bag) - N5k
6in block - N135
9in block - N150

Hi Brabus,

Could you kindly provide a contact to supply these materials? I would be very grateful.

tmemos@yahoo.com

Thanks so much.
Re: Current Prices Of Building Materials In Nigeria by crownheads: 9:21am On Oct 07, 2012
Hi all,

Can someone please advise if it pays to bring my tiles from china or buy them in Nigeria. I will also like to know where and the cost in Nigeria.
Do we have tiles market in Nigeria and where is it? what about wooden floors, how much and any contacts and pictures will be appreciated. Many Thanks

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Re: Current Prices Of Building Materials In Nigeria by brabus(m): 7:18pm On Oct 07, 2012
crownheads: Hi all,

Can someone please advise if it pays to bring my tiles from china or buy them in Nigeria. I will also like to know where and the cost in Nigeria.
Do we have tiles market in Nigeria and where is it? what about wooden floors, how much and any contacts and pictures will be appreciated. Many Thanks

You can import all your materials from china. The only advice I can give you is to make provision for extras and breakage. If it will take 10sqm to make your room, just buy 12sqm cos you may find it difficult to get the same item in Naija market.

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Re: Current Prices Of Building Materials In Nigeria by euromilion: 8:59pm On Oct 08, 2012
Hello Brabus,
Sorry I need ur opinion on this matter I paid my Eng 200k to set and 150k for pillars and lintel,now he is asking for another 100k to add 2 coach on the lintel.at the start I tot dat d 200k was to do all the blocks work until decking,total blocks was 3000.

Cheers
Re: Current Prices Of Building Materials In Nigeria by euromilion: 9:10pm On Oct 08, 2012
Hello Brabus,
Sorry I need ur opinion on this matter I paid my Eng 200k to set Blocks and 150k for pillars and lintel,now he is asking for another 100k to add 2 coach on the lintel.at the start I tot dat d 200k was to do all the blocks work until decking,total blocks was 3000.

Cheers

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Re: Current Prices Of Building Materials In Nigeria by brabus(m): 5:34am On Oct 09, 2012
euromilion: Hello Brabus,
Sorry I need ur opinion on this matter I paid my Eng 200k to set Blocks and 150k for pillars and lintel,now he is asking for another 100k to add 2 coach on the lintel.at the start I tot dat d 200k was to do all the blocks work until decking,total blocks was 3000.

Cheers

The amount you paid is fair. 3000 blocks shouldn't cost more than 150k. Agreed they're working on height now, 200k is fair for the job.
Re: Current Prices Of Building Materials In Nigeria by brabus(m): 6:00am On Oct 09, 2012
Double post
Re: Current Prices Of Building Materials In Nigeria by euromilion: 12:31pm On Oct 09, 2012
Thnx Brabus.
Re: Current Prices Of Building Materials In Nigeria by managee007j(m): 1:30pm On Oct 09, 2012
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Re: Current Prices Of Building Materials In Nigeria by tynny: 1:53pm On Oct 09, 2012
'M a building supplier,d prices varies.ma base is on d island lagos.u can call me up if u need my assistance 08065051392
Re: Current Prices Of Building Materials In Nigeria by Adeobba(m): 6:45am On Oct 11, 2012
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Re: Current Prices Of Building Materials In Nigeria by oluniyiny: 11:59am On Oct 11, 2012
Please I need price Aluminium Roof Sheet in Lagos, Abuja and Calabar. Thanks.
Re: Current Prices Of Building Materials In Nigeria by dmangodwin: 12:24pm On Oct 12, 2012
Pls.How mush is a tipper of filling sand(latrite) in ifo ogun state.
Re: Current Prices Of Building Materials In Nigeria by otunbaneyo09(m): 2:33am On Oct 14, 2012
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Re: Current Prices Of Building Materials In Nigeria by ifeegee(f): 9:54pm On Oct 14, 2012
In Abuja and it environs this are the prices of the folling -- Sharp sand ten tyres ( Kuje)#30k. Odinary sand(gutter)#22k. Plaster sand best quility--#25'. Odinary--#18k. Six tyres sharp sand-#13k. Six tyres plaster best #14k. Gravil or chippings-- 1/3,1/2 1"--complete 20tonns with waybill #65k. Stone dust, first grade #60k,lower grade,#50k. Hard-core(query crush)#60k for 20 tonns. Local hard-core-#28k per truck,ten tyres latrite ranges from #13k downwards,depending on distance b/w loading and delivery point. The above prices are from a supplier's point,it can be gotten little cheaper if buying directly.
Re: Current Prices Of Building Materials In Nigeria by gabbytabby: 1:03am On Oct 15, 2012
I just need to reconfirm some details. My understanding is brick layer(to include labour) daily charges are 4k per day and the expectation is that block work to be completed in a day is either 80 (9inches) or 100 (6ïnches).


Bricklayer 2.5k
Labour 1.5k

I know some areas is
Bricklayer 2k
Labour 1k

I am more interested in information of the daily blockwork requirement cos someone is trying to pull a wool over my eyes by saying this has changed.

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