Rwanda Makes New Plans for Investment in Affordable Housing
The Rwanda Housing Authority, city authorities and other stakeholders have assured the country that new initiatives are in the pipeline to bring more housing units on the market, particularly affordable homes to cater for the growing middle class.
New Times, 25 April 2017
How can Rwanda deliver more affordable housing units and ensure low and middle-income earners acquire decent homes in the medium-term? This question becomes more pertinent… Read more »
The majority of the residential houses coming onto the market target the upper part of the pyramid. Those touted as affordable are too costly for the targeted buyers.
Monitor, 20 April 2017
The names of places such as Kibuli, Kitintale, Kansanga, Kamwokya, Kawempe and Katanga are famous in Kampala because of the low cost houses in these areas built to accommodate… Read more »
New Times, 6 January 2017
The City of Kigali, yesterday, hosted a news conference to shed light on the rationale behind a directive requiring businesses and nonprofit entities working from residential… Read more »
The private sector has been urged to invest in real estate to shelter city dwellers. Read more »