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A real estate firm, GodMade Homes Limited (GMH), has urged the federal and state governments to digitise home delivery to enhance access to home schemes and reduce housing deficit in the states.

Its Chief Executive Officer, Ayo Olanrewaju, noted that the process would bring convenience to all given that information could be accessed and exchanged between the ministry and the public.

Besides, he explained that the digitisation would bring about improved productivity and real-time data processing since the documents of prospective allottees and investors can be verified on-line.

He described digitisation as a necessary development, and that it is in response to global trends of increasing system proficiency and ease in work processes.

“The digitisation process will not only help to fast track processing of documents but also aid data collection, promote greater resource management as well as protect archival documents for future references,” he added.

He stressed that to achieve the SMART City project, there was the need to embrace global best practices automation of the database, insisting that the innovation would be needed for digital transformation, which he described as a necessity for businesses.

On the challenges, Olanrewaju, an engineer, said agencies saddled with building approvals, and survey permits should do more to stimulate the sector.

He regretted that the automation of the work processes of the relevant ministries and agencies was not thorough and needed to be rejigged to serve its purpose, adding that documentation takes months to be completed, thereby delaying construction.

Also GMH’s Head of Sales, Okeowo Olasubomi, said the firm has experience in providing housing solutions for the middle and high income earners and in creating a world-class environment that transcends regional boundaries.

On the plans of the company, he hinted that more homes would be ready for delivery before the end of this year and advised applicants to obtain their forms.

An estate surveyor and values, Dayo Olaiya, urged development partners and other investors to collaborate with state governments in developing the sector, adding that Godmade Homes was ready to partner government to deliver affordable housing.


Autor(en)/Author(s): Emmanuel Udodinma

Quelle/Source: The Nation, 26.10.2021

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