Ghana, an emerging nation on West Africa’s Gulf of Guinea is a beautiful blend of urban and rural communities that is slowly gaining prominence in not just the African continent but on the world map. Ghana is known for its pristine beaches, diverse wildlife, energetic and colourful culture as well as the amicable Ghanaians, who surely know how to make you feel at home.
The fast paced development that Ghana is seeing in the recent times is largely due a stable government rebuilding the foundations of a country bound for an exciting future. It’s already performing favourably in the areas of governance, stability, peacefulness and human development. And with free press and one of the fastest growing GDP in the world, the aspirations of the people of Ghana are unstoppable.
Ghana’s Real Estate is Booming
The real estate and housing market of Ghana has become an important and strategic economic sector, particularly in the urban centres of South Ghana such as Accra, Kumasi, Sekondi-Takoradi and Tema. Growing populations in each of these cities, especially in the upper and middle class segments, are demanding good quality and world-class homes as well as properties. With more global exposure, the real-estate buyers and homeowners are now more discerning than ever and look forward to more sustainable developments provided by experienced and private real-estate companies. The boom in the housing and public housing sector has already injected billions of dollars into the Ghanaian economy. Now the tropical location and the government-empowered developmental plans are taking Ghana into its next stage of infrastructural growth – this time powered by the real-estate sector.