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When is the Appropriate Time to Invest in Property?

As per agents of real estate in cities, now is considered a good time for any investment in properties if there is a stable stream of income coming in. Additionally, the prime rate, which is incredibly low, is also an advantage that investors, as well as homeowners (potential), can reap benefit from. As of right […]

Oryx Properties hires a New CFO (Chief Financial Officer)

On September 15th, an official appointment was made by the Board of Directors at Oryx Properties. They appointed Francis Heunis as the new Chief Financial Officer of the company as of October 1st. Registered in ICAN and NIPA as a consultant dealing with Chartered and Professional Accountancy, she holds an MBA degree. Currently, she serves […]

Namibian Entrepreneurs Credit Real Estate Tour in Virtual Reality as the Savior of Businesses

Along with George Muvuma, Johannes Andreas refused to let government shelters destroy their spirit of entrepreneurship. This was in sight of the stop put on conventional supply chains. Nevertheless, both friends were aware that resilience would help them carve out a new way to adjust to the marketing sector’s evolving trends to help the clients […]

African urban growth is expected to be massive

African urban growth is expected to be massive

Real estate sector in Africa has been experimenting an impressive growth. On average, 10,000 accommodations miss each year in most of these countries, and despite some governmental endeavors, the shortfall is still important. According to several studies, African population is going to increase over threefold during the next 40 years. This demographic growth will inevitably […]

Effects of Poor House Planning in Windhoek

Effects of Poor House Planning in Windhoek

Windhoek is the capital city of Namibia. Currently, most of the African capital cities are upgrading to provide its residents with the right house by proper planning and making sure that the engineering standards are attained. The working of any government is seen by the housing standards it provides to the citizens. In Namibian capital, […]

Poor not entitled to urban land

Poor not entitled to urban land

Only those who can afford to buy are allowed to urban land. Urban land is for sale and if the poor cannot afford to buy it, then they should stay on communal land instead of grabbing land. These were words said by Raphael Liswaniso, Katima Mulilo chief executive officer. His words came after the town […]

Housing demand suffering

Housing demand suffering

The Namibian housing market is continuing to suffering due to pressure on disposable income and to macroeconomic pressures. Last year the economy fell to a lowly 1.1 per cent GDP and the housing market price growth decelerate to 6.4 per cent in June. Josephat Nambashu from FNB is releasing the news while pointing out a […]