African countries offer exciting returns for property investors if they do their homework and study each market..
KIGALI — Real estate developers have been pouring money into new investments at a frantic pace in Rwanda's property market, fueling concerns that a bubble may be unavoidable.... Full story
Investment firm focusing on Africa, Quantum Global Group recently announced expansion plans across the Middle East and Africa region.
Mozambique - The slowdown in Africa’s economic growth outlook, and currency volatility, have compelled property developers, retailers and institutional funds to reassess their investment strategies.
While growth has slowed in many commodity linked markets in Africa, non-commodity driven markets, particularly in East Africa, have continued to perform well.
Abuja — Construction has began in Nigeria's capital city of Abuja on a new $68 million shopping centre, Novare Gateway Mall, scheduled to open during the third quarter of 2017.
Burundi’s real estate market has been stifled by unrest in the country for decades. Currently rebels in the country are trying to oust the country’s President Pierre Nkurunziza.
There is a scramble for African property assets as investors look to gain first mover advantage in the continent.
The way real estate industry deals are conducted could evolve with the development of blockchain technology, which underlie cryptocurrencies like bitcoin. ... Full story