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These costs are influenced by several factors including location, size, amenities and proximity to facilities such as malls and hospitals among others. Ghana’s housing sector is highly unregulated and, thus, homeowners and landlords operate within no established framework and set prices as they deem fit contributing to the widening housing deficit in the country.
With an estimated housing deficit ranging between 1.7 and 2 million units, it is important for policymakers and all stakeholders to freely access data that gives an overview of the state of housing in the country. By sharing data it has collated over the years based on transactions on its online platform, meQasa.com aims to help put things in perspective for investors, home seekers, decision-makers and all stakeholders.
meQasa.com has created this useful infographic that gives an overview of the housing sector in the Greater Accra region based on online property search behaviours in 2017.
Take a look at the infographic below.
Highlights from the infographic are summarised below:
meQasa remains committed to ensuring property developers, agents and house owners connect with the right prospective buyers, investors and tenants in a bid to curb the widening housing gap. As a property platform recognised for innovation, strong marketing and constant improvements, we are hopeful that this brief overview will aid all parties involved in finding a lasting solution to Ghana’s housing crisis in 2018 and beyond.