9 Exciting Real Estate Developments To Look Out For In 2018

9 Exciting Real Estate Developments To Look Out For In 2018

The new year is always a great time to invest in or start planning to invest in real estate. As Ghana’s population and, consequently, the housing deficit, increases, real estate developers and other shareholders are hard at work putting up property in order to cater to the country’s housing needs. Below are 9 exciting real […]

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meQasa Dream Homes Expo Housing Fair Launched

meQasa Dream Homes Expo Housing Fair Launched

Transforming what meQasa.com does online – connecting people looking for property with those that provide homes and offices for rent and sale – into an offline event, the renowned, Ghanaian-founded tech startup hosted the maiden edition of the Dream Homes Expo on the 10th and 11th of June, 2017 at the Accra International Conference Centre. […]

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CNBC Africa Special Report: Changing how people buy and sell property in Ghana

CNBC Africa Special Report: Changing how people buy and sell property in Ghana

As seen on CBC Africa.com (link at bottom) ————————————————————- In the quiet residential area of North Ridge, a four-acre piece of land is being developed into a 200-unit apartment complex. The development in Accra, Ghana, is part of a trend of new real estate projects springing out from previously abandoned parks. “This is a very […]

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meQasa Celebrates 3 Years in Business

meQasa Celebrates 3 Years in Business

In a country where the process of finding property has historically been more a pain than pleasure, the birth of meQasa three years ago was a welcome relief. Founded by three Ghanaian graduates from Meltwater Entrepreneurial School of Technology (MEST), the startup’s product – meQasa.com – currently features over 23,000 residential and commercial properties from across the […]

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GRA Starts 5% Home Tax Collection

GRA Starts 5% Home Tax Collection

Source: myjoyonline.com Prospective home owners will now have to pay more for decent accommodation following authorization by the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) for real estate developers to start charging a flat rate of 5 percent Value Added Tax on all housing units sold from October 01, 2015. “We hereby write to inform you that, as […]

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