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5% VAT on houses fair - GREDA
The Ghana Real Estate Developers Association (GREDA) has described as a “negotiated deal”, the decision by government to reduce the Value Added Tax (VAT) to cover the sale of houses to 5%.

Government revised in the 2015 budget statement, its decision to slap 17.5% VAT on the real estate sector after serious concerns were expressed by GREDA.
Vibrant capital market to close infrastructure gap
A vibrant capital market in the country would help close the infrastructure gap, create wealth and unleash the creative potential of the people, Mrs Mona Helen K. Quartey, Deputy Minister of Finance has noted.
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Terkper: Gov’t approves GNPC takeover of Ghana Gas
The Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC) is to take over the Ghana National Gas Company (GNGC), Finance Minister Seth Terkper has told Parliament on Wednesday.
BoG increases policy rate to 21%
The Bank of Ghana on Wednesday increased its monetary policy rate by 200 basis points to 21% as the central bank continues to tighten money supply in the economy and fight inflation.
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Togo and Benin Accuse Ghana of withholding revenue
The Ghana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) is struggling to hold on to management of Togo and Benin’s airspace as the two countries complain of non receipt of revenue for decades. The authority manages the airspace of the two countries over the Atlantic Ocean and in 2010 alone made over 2 million dollars in air navigation charges.
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Real Estate Innovation and what developers can lean on.

Builders across the country are increasingly turning to technology to offset the sharp rise in the cost of construction amid a slowdown in sales. New surveys show that real estate workers are some of the most satisfied in the country—and the new technologies paving the way for their success means success for anyone looking to rent, buy, or sell real estate.

Home furnishing In Ghana –The mind Blowers
Furniture is something that every home needs to give it style and comfort. Patio furniture, bedroom furniture and dining room furniture all help to add character and elegance to your home. One of the first things that guests notice when coming to your home is the style and quality of your furniture. Does it look nice? Is your furniture comfortable and relaxing?
Ghana’s Real Estate, Upper Income Bracket
The economy of Ghana, Africa, has a diverse and rich resource base, and as such, has one of the highest GDP per capita in Africa. Ghana is one of the top–ten fastest growing economies in the world, and the fastest growing economy in Africa.
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Ghana Real Estate Product Presentation at the 7th Ghana Property Awards
Ghana Property Awards 2013
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