My granddad beat this saying into my head from early on in my life. He always told me, “Son, they ain’t making any more land. Get all you can!”
There are many benefits to owning land in Ghana. First, land ownership gives the owner peace of mind. As a long-term, tangible asset, raw land doesn’t wear out or depreciate, and there is nothing that can be stolen or broken on it. It is a limited resource that is relatively inexpensive to own and requires little maintenance. In other words, it is a relatively hands-off investment.
Ghana Year of the Return has opened doors for expatriates who are willing to relocate to Africa especially Ghana. New citizens and expatriates may want to purchase land to build homes or for commercial purposes. Obtaining land is feasible and it’s necessary to have a reliable source. This Ebook will provide insight and help facilitate the process into land purchasing in Ghana. Land ownership in Ghana has risen increasingly due to the growing population and Estate developers. Land purchasing in Ghana has been a challenge for Africax5 and many others who wish to relocate with family and friends, which is the reason we decided to share with you this personal research paper.
We cover in this research Ebook:
Surveyance Utility and Land Access Cedastral Plan Purchase and Transfer Agreements Checking / Luring Litigants Registering Land Different Types of Land in Ghana Legal / Land Rights Records of Customary Transfers plus many more.
We hope that this research EBOOK will help you in understanding of acquisition of land in Ghana. Buying Land in Ghana is not a complicated process but like any other venture, it has rules and regulations that govern it. Having a good understanding of the laws that govern land in Ghana can help you stay safe as a buyer and avoid any form of scam.