Abuja International Housing Show is Africa’s biggest housing and construction expo, a forum that brings together all real estate stakeholders to discuss and display sector trends.
The organisers have offered stakeholders in the building and construction industry, an additional medium for networking, meeting visitors who have a buying capability – face to face and sealing deals.
Over the years, Abuja International Housing Show has been able to generate not only high quality audiences and sale leads for exhibitors but also great bargains for attendees.
Estate Developers
Residential & Commercial Real Estate Agents
Residential & Commercial Developers  Mortgage & investment loan providers
Property Investment Advisors
Insurance providers
Industry Associations & Government Bodies
Property Valuers – Building Support Providers
Home Interiors and Landscaping Experts
Home Appliances & Electronics Suppliers
Home Networking & Communication Providers
Energy Suppliers & Equipment Providers

Entertainment, Travel & Leisure
Alternative/Solar Energy
Fabricated Houses producers
Mass Housing Technology

25,000+ : Recorded Number of Visitors
400 : Number of Exhibitors in 12th Edition
50 : Number of International participants
16+ : Exhibitor categories
40 : No of local media present
13 : No. of International Media present
90% : Number of returning clients
100% : Positive feedback

Impact Of Abuja International Housing Show On Exhibitors, Government And Participants
The event enables exhibitors, government, and participants, access to leading-edge technical information, equipment exhibition, and valuable new professional contacts from around the world. It is the perfect avenue for exhibitors, government and participants to network, share ideas, and build lasting relationships as it parades the highest number of professionals and government functionaries, including; the Vice-President, the Senate President, State Governors, Ministers, Members of the National Assembly, entrepreneurs among others. Introducing the 13th Abuja International Housing Show as we kick off our 13th anniversary of the Abuja International Housing Show, we are thrilled to bring even more exciting offerings to our attendees than ever before.The 13th Edition of the show is scheduled to hold from July 23rd to 26th, 2019, at the International Conference Centre (ICC). The theme of this year’s edition is; Driving sustainable Housing Finance Models In the midst of Global Uncertainty. The 13th Abuja International Housing Show will be our biggest event yet and if there was a time to become an exhibitor or a participant, it is now!!
The 2019 AIHS will Feature

  1. Practitioners from over 10 countries across the globe.
  2. 30,000+ participants including top government officials from across Africa
  3. 400 exhibitors
  4. Members of Chambers of Commerce and Industry, International Investors Council, Import-Export Council, Investment Promotion Bodies from 10 Countries
  5. International real Estate, Housing Finance Organizations across the world
  6. International Investors Forum/Dinner 2019
  7. CEOs Forum
  8. Trade Exhibition for Building and Construction Industry
  9. Live coverage on major TV/Radio/Online Stations
Why You Must Participate In The 13th Abuja International Housing Show (Benefits)
Many people in the building and construction do not realize that attending the 13th Abuja International Housing Show can be to their benefit. What they don’t know is about the wealth of information that is made available.
The event provides opportunities for attendees to mix and mingle, form new relationships, and strengthen existing ones. It also provides the platform to introduce new products and meet the right buyers.
It is the right place to connect with like-minded professionals and industry experts in, workshops, round-table discussions and networking events.
Testimonies from attendees have confirmed that there is no other platform in Nigeria that brings together, people from different political divides, backgrounds, professionals from the construction sector and other sectors to come together and chart a new course for the housing sector.