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Properties for Rent in East Legon

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FAIRFAX Development Project
East legon Hills


East Legon Neighbourhood

East legon is one of the areas in Ghana notable for its sky-rocketing property prices from renting to buying. Meqasa put together some of the expensive property sales in the country with most of these properties residing in East Legon.

East Legon Location

East Legon is one of the most sought after neighbourhoods in Accra. East Legon is 10 minutes drive from the Accra Mall, 20 minutes from Kotoka international Airport and surrounded by the Tema motorway, Spintex and the Legon-Madina road.

Popular Places in East Legon

East Legon has luxurious residential houses, social amenities, and commercial buildings. East Legon is one of the fastest developing places in Ghana with amenities like the A&C shopping centre, KFC, top rated banks aligned on the Lagos Avenue, top class hotels and restaurants.

East Legon is also one of the diverse and multi cultural neighbourhoods in Ghana with the Chinese, Indian, French, Turkish, Germans and Ghanaians living harmonously together.

Types of Houses to Rent in East Legon

According to meqasa's top searched keywords relating to "Renting" properties in East Legon, there appears to be the increasing of searches around the following keywords:

East Legon Renting Guide

Renting apartments, houses, 2 bedroom houses or 1 bedroom might be a little bit stressful if careful steps are not put into place. You might find a place or property that allows monthly rent payments, but in Ghana, you are mosts likely to pay an upfront of 12 to 24 months as colloquially called "Advanced Payment". Finding a great place requires time, your money and making smart decision. You can also browse through meqasa's trusted agent list to find the right agent.

Real estate agents can easily link you to properties that will suit your needs. In selecting a real estate agent, ensure they have access to the property they are recommending to you. If possible, speak to the house owner about your intentions. Ask the necessary questions including their charges. Most agents charge a commission for the service they provide to house-hunters. Make sure you agree on the fee before hiring them.

Negotiating a Renting Price

Most people wonder whether it is acceptable to negotiate the rent with the landlord when the house or property was referred by an Agent. Yes, it is. In Ghana, everything is negotiable including rents. Make sure you have a look at the tenancy agreement, if it suits you then you can go ahead and negotiate. Do not be afraid to walk away if the property does not suit your need.

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