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5 Effective Ways To Get More Out Of Your Vacant Land in Ghana

Posted on December 29, 2016 by admin in Freeman Setrana, Ghana Homes Articles, Land in Ghana

Do you own a vacant land? Do you know that your bare land can be economically beneficial to you rather than leaving it empty and undeveloped? Here are some financially viable activities you can engage in to make your vacant land productive and even earn money on it. Lease your vacant land to an investor […]

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Land Digging Fee in Ghana

Posted on May 18, 2016 by admin in Ghana Homes, Ghana Homes Articles, Land in Ghana

Land Guards & Digging Fee Situation in Ghana Land Ownership Since the return of the constitutional canon, Ghana has strengthened its efforts to enhance human rights. Nevertheless, there are numerous challenges in the enhancement of property rights, particularly with regard to land ownership. These challenges emanate from the tautness between contemporary and customary states, which […]

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Great Article About Land Situation in Ghana

Posted on May 13, 2016 by admin in Ghana Homes, Ghana Homes Articles, Land in Ghana

Land Situation and Acquisition in Ghana Since independence, several citizens of Ghana have encountered a puzzling land administration system. There have been long and expensive procedures entailing several land agencies, which have discouraged many citizens from legally registering their lands in the state institutions. Land concerns have been controlled in a double situation for a […]

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5 Steps to Acquire and Protect Your Land in Ghana

Posted on October 29, 2013 by admin in Land in Ghana

Land is a good investment and a valuable asset. It does not depreciate but rather appreciates with time. This means your land will be worth a double or triple or even quadruple of its current value in the next five to ten years. A lot can be done on the land to bring in income […]

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