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.

  • Uganda:   Teachers, Doctors to Get 10,000 Houses

    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

    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 »

  • Uganda:   A Glimpse Into House-Hunting in Kampala

    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

    Independent (Kampala), 31 January 2013

    A volatile economy, poor regulation and speculation put real estate industry at risk Read more »

  • Uganda:   Are We in a Property Market Burst?

    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 »

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