Uganda's Housing Deficit at 500,000 - Govt
The country's housing deficit is at 500,000 units with Kampala region region having a deficit of 100,000 units according to finance minister Maria Kiwanuka.
Kampala has a deficit of 100,000 housing units according to finance minister.
New Vision, 12 February 2013
The Government plans to construct 10,000 apartments within the city for doctors and teachers, starting this financial year.read more »
Uganda: Cabinet Approves New Land Policy
The Observer, 12 February 2013
In a bid to sort out Uganda's messy bands subsector, Cabinet last week approved the Land policy with far-reaching implications.read more »
New Vision, 2 February 2013
I have gotten acquainted with Kampala's nooks and crannies; I have driven on the dusty roads of this beloved city in desperate search of a place to lay my head. Finding a house in... read more »
Uganda: Real Estate Blues
The Independent, 31 January 2013
A volatile economy, poor regulation and speculation put real estate industry at riskread more »
The Observer, 29 January 2013
After four years of a mind-numbing experience paying rent, Alfred Kakuru, an employee of one of the corporate companies in town thought it was high time he owned a house. He sought... read more »
A report from the ministry of land, housing and urban development has estimated that over 60 percent of the urban population live in slums - apparently brought about by the ... Read more »