Ghana’s leading online real estate marketplace, meQasa, has published the first edition of its Ghana Housing Guides – an invaluable resource series that seeks to provide insight and direction on the housing landscape in Ghana. The premiere issue, the Accra Housing Guide, offers an in-depth look into everything one would need to know if they were are interested in renting, buying or leasing property in the nation’s capital.
meQasa’s Accra Housing Guide available on meQasa.com, is neatly broken down into pertinent sections that answer the most pressing questions of most house hunters, local and expatriate. The resourceful material includes an overview of the current state of the real estate industry in Ghana as well as details such as how to decide if renting or purchasing property is best for you, the process of acquiring land and more. meQasa’s well-known housing portal does not currently offer land but as an industry leader, the company always provides information that seekers and real estate professionals will find useful.
“Providing seekers a great web space where they can easily find thousands of residential and commercial properties to pick from is just the beginning of what meQasa offers. It is our mission to create an efficient housing search experience and to be the go-to source for reliable information on housing in Africa for all who want it. The Accra Housing Guide is a manifestation of our commitment to that mission,” says Kelvin Nyame, the company’s CEO. In due time the company plans to also release housing guides to assist people looking to learn about the property space in other major Ghanaian cities like Kumasi. For interested persons who would like to download the guide, that option will soon be available as well.
In under three years meQasa, a Ghanaian startup, has grown to solidify its position at the head of the online real estate websites in Ghana, currently featuring close to 18,000 property listings. In 2016, the company has been widely nominated for a number of awards for the strides it has made in changing the ease of finding housing in Ghana, as well as for its very engaging and ingenious blog, and has embarked on reputable partnerships like sponsorship of the famed TEDxAccra 2016 event.
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