Phoenix Property CEO Urges Individuals To Invest In Real Estate Sector In Tamale
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Founder of Prime Phoenix Property Consult Limited (PPPC), Mr. Alexander Nsoh, has called on individuals to invest in the real estate industry in Tamale in the Northern Region.
According to him, unlike other ventures, real estate is a secure investment avenue which has significant benefits.
Mr. Nsoh said his company, Prime Phoenix Property Consult Limited, helps people to acquire lands at affordable prices in Tamale.
This he believes, will help in boosting the real estate sector in the Northern Region.
“There’s no better platform for investors to take advantage of this thriving industry than through a partnership with Prime Phoenix Property Consult Limited. People can log onto our website pppcghana.com for more details on our offerings”.
Prime Phoenix Property Consult Limited (PPPC) is a key component of the real estate market aimed at building more comprehensive systems to effectively address the housing and accommodation needs of Ghanaians.
PPPC also presents a one-stop-shop alongside door-to-door services for clients and customers to satisfy all their real estate needs while relaxing in the comfort of their homes.
PPPC is involved in Property Appraisal, Estate Management, Architectural and Engineering Services, Property Transaction Advisory, Land Title Preparation and Documentation, Land Investment Banking, Collection of Ground Rent, Land Surveying and Mapping and Demarcation.
.Urban Dev’t Consultant calls for comprehensive programme to fix Ghana’s housing deficit
A Planning and Urban Development Consultant, Bernard Arthur, has called on political parties to consider a comprehensive housing programme as they design their manifestos to address the issue of access to housing for majority of Ghanaians.
Ghana’s 2010 Population and Housing Census report states that almost 44% of Ghanaians do not having adequate housing.
According to Mr. Arthur, “This is serious. And within that same population dynamics, you find out that we have outdoor sleepers and it has been compounded with the slum issues. Accra alone has over 217 slums and that is not even the slum pockets but slum settlements. When you get into East-legon and other peri-urban areas you find a lot of slum pockets and this is not because the people chose to be there, but because there is a absence of a comprehensive program within national planning and by and large a lot are driven from the manifestos,” he said.
GREDA urges Gov’t to review Home Mortgage Finance Act to fix housing deficit
The Ghana Real Estate Developers Association (GREDA), has said the challenges posed by the outbreak of COVID-19 should encourage government to review the Home Mortgage Finance Act, 2008, Act 770, to expand the country’s housing units.
The Act regulates home mortgage financing and related matters, but GREDA wants a review to remove bottlenecks in the mortgage sector.
GREDA has over the years been calling for a cheaper source of funding to enable developers tackle Ghana’s housing deficit.