According to the recent World Bank’s Nigerian Economic Report, Nigeria’s real estate industry is responsible for 11% of GDP growth, making it the third largest contributor to GDP growth. As such, there are very few...
egypt real estate
Despite the upheavals of the Arab spring, currency devaluation, as well as upticks in inflation, which have all had a negative impact on disposable income as well as the cost of construction, the Egyptian real...
As the urban population expansion in Kenya balloons to 500,000 per year, the annual ROI of real estate in the country --which currently falls within the range of 20% - 30%-- is bound to supersede...
According to research by Jumia House, the rising student population in Africa outstrips available bed spaces in universities and colleges by nearly 300%. In other reports, the demand for additional student accommodation across sub-Saharan Africa...
Political risks are the uncertainties surrounding the expected outcome of an investment due to the imminence of political changes in a country. Political risk factors include changes in regulatory environments, social instability, bureaucracy, possibilities of...
In recent history, Africa’s economic travails and political turmoil ranked it as one of the least conducive destinations for international investments. However, in recent times, the continent has enjoyed a good streak of regional stability...