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Published by J.A. Gerald in Accra .
Written in English


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Edition Notes

Other titlesQuick guide to buying land and investing in Ghana
StatementJ.A. Gerald.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMLCS 2005/00194 (H)
The Physical Object
Pagination50 p. ;
Number of Pages50
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3984939M
LC Control Number2001312898

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  Find Lands for Sale. While many now look to online real estate marketplaces like to find a house to buy or a house to rent, buying land in Ghana is still something many aspire to.. The land is a highly coveted property in Ghana with several people seeking to purchase a parcel, be it to develop residential or commercial buildings. Land in Ghana belongs to tribes or the government, depending on where you are in the country, the tribe will be different. Foreigners cannot own land outright but must lease it long-term. If you wish to buy land in Ghana you will need to triple check who actually owns the land. There are four types of land in Ghana: Government Land, Vested Land, Customary/Stool Land, and Family/Private Land. To acquire Government Land or Vested Land, an application must be filed with the Executive Secretary of Lands Commission or the Regional Lands Officer, depending on the location of the land.   Whether this is your first time making a land purchase, or if you own properties in different locations throughout the world, buying land in Ghana can be a very attractive option and challenging. While Ghana does not maintain any restrictions against foreigners purchasing land, there are several principals that need to be understood so that you can successfully buy land in Ghana.

Land Acquisition Processes in Ghana Ghana as a country is blessed with immense dynamics of landforms. When obtaining land in the country, there are certain procedures one has to go through to enable smooth acquisition such as appropriate registration with the relevant agencies in order to avoid future disputes and forfeiture.   A closer look at some of sectors in Ghana that offer the best investment opportunities. Ghana’s oil boom has proven to be a great additive to one of Africa’s most active small and medium enterprise (SME) economies. 2. Description Of Premises. The premises (the "Premises") consist of the land containing approximately acres, more or less, described as as more specifically described in a deed recorded in the Registry of Deeds at Book, Page, [Certificate No. ] a copy of which is is not [choose one] attached. 3. Purchase Price. The purchase price for the. You can even get farmland for sale in Ghana, beach land for sale in Ghana or even a half plot of land for sale in Accra. A cautionary tale to anyone buying land in Ghana, however, is this: one plot or half a plot of land for sale in Accra could either be x feet or x 70 feet - this depends on the location and other factors.

P.O Box: Accra-North, Ghana. Tel: + (0) The real estate companies selling land in Ghana ensure that you have a seamless land acquiring process. However, before you go doing business with any firm, it is important to ascertain that you will not have any regrets in the long run. Doing Business and Investing in Ghana – is published by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Ghana. This publication is intended to provide a quick overview of the business environment in Ghana. We have endeavoured to take reasonable care in compiling this publication, which presents the position of Ghana in respect of the geographic facts. Our Doing Business and Investing in Ghana publication is intended to provide a quick overview of the business environment in Ghana. In as much as we have endeavoured to take reasonable care in compiling this publication, which presents the position of Ghana in respect of the geographic facts, economic performance, economic sectors, investment climate, forms of business organisations.   Profitable Investment. Now that the challenges of land acquisition have been handled, these are the reasons why you should invest in a land. Investing in a land is profitable and arguably better than buying a treasury bill. About two years ago, I facilitated a sale of one of our lands at Dawhenya for GHC10, per plot.