Solar energy is one of the cleanest forms of renewable energy and Ghana has been exploring that option. Energy, it is said, is the heartbeat of any nation. We need it to work, play, cook and cool or heat ourselves. Ghana is no different as the advent of electricity in the early 1960s contributed to […]
Buying land in Ghana can be a breeze or a nightmare depending on how much information you have. It is always advisable to work with a lawyer whenever you are purchasing land in Ghana. Land litigation cases are about 80% of all cases in the high courts so it’s best you follow all the due […]
Ghana currently has a housing deficit of 2 million which tilts the power to the supply side of the housing sector. With landlords at the supply end, tenants at the demand end and demand exceeding supply, landlords have become incredibly powerful (regardless of their limits in the Ghana Rent Act) and thus dictate the […]
One of the unfortunate side effects of living in a big city is often the bustling sounds of people going about their business and the loud sounds of cars zooming past. For people who can not handle loud noises, here are some tips to help you block out and reduce noise. These tips are great […]
The novel corona virus is a global pandemic that has taken the world by storm. Lots of people are in turmoil over it as borders have been closed, economies shut down and industries collapsing.
When a prospective buyer is interested in a property, the next thing they normally do is to request a viewing where the agent can take them on a tour of the property. However, due to the schedules of some of the prospective buyers, they are not able to meet up to view the property in person. Some may send a representative to view on their behalf, especially, when they are not within the country or stay too far away from the property. This used to be a problem but not anymore.
Real estate agents are the heart and spine of one of the most lucrative global industries. All over the world, real estate agents facilitate sales, leases and rentals. In Ghana, agents are the link between landlords and prospects. With a housing deficit of over two million households, the role of agents in serving clients in a market where supply is critically low is becoming increasingly useful.
So you want to know whether or not you’re ready to buy a house? Lucky for you there are a lot of houses for sale in Accra. Now, consider this, do you feel like you are ready to take on more responsibility in life? Because owning property is not just about calling a place yours. […]
We’re mere hours away from Ghana’s biggest housing expo, the meqasa Home & Property Fair! Are you excited? We sure are. We’ve got the best and greatest players in Ghana’s real estate space and beyond coming through. At the meqasa Home & Property Fair, there’s something for every home seeker and real estate investor. ✅Unbeatable […]