Top Six Investment Opportunities to Use in Ghana

Top Six Investment Opportunities to Use in Ghana

Wealth creation can be achieved through tactical and calculated steps. Ghana has a  lot of investment opportunities. This post is directed to both expatriates and Ghanaians willing to put blood and sweat into the right channel of investment for optimal returns. The average person seeks to secure a good job, hope to purchase that prestigious car […]

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The Top Sought Home Amenities

The Top Sought Home Amenities

You are driving through a neighbourhood and there it is. Gorgeous 2-storey house with luscious gardens and a TO LET sign beckoning. But what else does it have to offer as a home? Some things are nice to have, others are an absolute must. Although, these are all subjective and differ from person to person, […]

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Guest Post: Best Flooring Type for Your Home

Guest Post: Best Flooring Type for Your Home

When building a house in Ghana, it is important to pick the right type of flooring that will best suit you. Here is a list of different types of flooring along with their pros and cons. Laminate If you’re looking for an extremely durable and long-lasting flooring solution designed for high traffic areas and fits your lifestyle, […]

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Q&A: How Much Do I Need To Build A Backyard Swimming Pool?

Swimming pools do not only add aesthetic value to a property, it increases its worth. Below is a short interview with the Managing Director of Aquatec Services Limited, Eddy Duplan, meQasa.com finds answers to questions that may arise with owning a pool in Ghana. meQasa.com (mQ):  Are swimming pools common in homes? Eddy Duplan (ED): […]

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How to Acquire an Electricity Prepaid Meter in Ghana

How to Acquire an Electricity Prepaid Meter in Ghana

Two of the most important amenities in every home are water and electricity.  In 2005, electricity consumption was estimated at 10 percent – 15 percent per year. Electricity provision in Ghana has evolved over the years. Initially, most homes used credit meters which involved an officer of the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) reading the meter […]

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