Lamudi report highlights how real estate can boost Ghana’s economy

New research: Real Estate Can Boost Ghana’s Economy

Leading property portal releases new research on real estate in Ghana Ghana Real Estate November 26, 2014: Leading property website Lamudi today released its first research report on real estate in the emerging markets. The company’s inaugural white paper provides a comprehensive overview of the future of the property sector in 16 countries in Asia, Africa, the Middle East and Latin America.

The report, Real Estate in the Emerging Markets, provides a comprehensive overview of the future of the property sector in 16 countries, including Ghana. Based on a series of online surveys conducted with house-hunters and real estate agents in each country, the report examines the habits of online property-seekers.

Ghana has been on a positive path towards improved social, economic, and political development. Having recently acquired the middle-income status, Ghana’s economy has been flourishing. Like many of its neighbours, Ghana is experiencing a shortage in affordable housing, creating opportunities for those interested in investing.

Lamudi co-founder Kian Moini, explains: “Ghana has shown consistent economic growth in the past decade and has moved closer towards gaining sustainable economic prosperity. The West is now also catching up with trends in Africa and should continue to pay attention to upcoming developments, for future […]

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