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Securing accommodation in Lagos as a medium-income earner is quite difficult. Still, it will always be a state that allows every Lagos resident to meet his or her financial goals. For the best location that will not be too expensive for you, see amazing places for medium-income earners to live on Lagos Mainland, Nigeria:

1. Ogba:

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Ogba is in Ikeja, Lagos. It is one of the best places for low-income earners to live, especially Nigerians who have offices around the area. If your salary is around N120,000 and N150,000 monthly, you can easily get a 2-bedroom flat apartment that will not exceed N500,000, or a mini-flat will cost N400,000 yearly.

2. Fagba: Fagba is in Agege, and it is also an excellent location for those who work in Ikeja. Fagba is not congested and the rent there is not too expensive. You can get a 3-bedroom flat in Fagba for around N500,000 or a 2-bedroom apartment for N400,000 or less.

3. Anthony Village:

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According to PulseNG, there are excellent roads at Anthony Village, and it is a decent place to live in since it is close to Ikeja and the Murtala Muhammed Airport. Its closeness to the 3rd Mainland Bridge is an added advantage for those who have offices on the Island.

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4. Yaba:

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Known for being the place to buy second-hand clothing and shoes, it is also famous for its excellent schools, including Yaba College of Technology, University of Lagos, Akoka, Federal College of Education and Lagos State College of Health Technology. Rent might be high, but it is a fantastic location for those who have kids in those schools. A 2-bedroom flat in Yaba goes for N400,000 upward.

5. Ejigbo: Ejigbo is a little town around Isolo and Ikotun, and it suits low and medium-income earners who have jobs to do at Ikeja. If you earn between N100,000 and N150,000 monthly, you can work towards getting a 2-bedroom apartment for around N350,000 annually.

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