Date(s) - 09 Jul '20
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Join Ecobank and Devtraco Plus on 9 July at 14h00 (CAT) for the webinar: Ghana as the Investment Hub for Africa.
The country’s real estate sector had been rebounding strongly after several years of subdued performance with demand and rents edging back towards historic highs pre-Covid-19. Years of strong GDP growth, as well as other positive trends were driving increased investment and interest into the various real estate sectors. With the ominous negative impact of the pandemic on Ghana’s economy as well as the pending elections – how will Ghana’s real estate sector adapt and react?
- How will the upcoming general election affect funding, development, and investment plans for the sector? And how has the pandemic effected election planning?
- How is Ghana realigning its economy to a focus on non-oil sectors? How key will this be in driving GDP growth in the short to mid-term?
- How will and are structural trends such as increased tourism activities and the “beyond the return initiative” driving demand for real estate?
- Residential sales and enquiries have remained fairly robust in comparison to other sectors – what can this be attributed to and can we expect this to continue in the short to midterm?
The local serviced apartment sub-sector was experiencing a surge in demand pre Covid-19 – is it still an opportune time for investors to get in?