Rola’s Realty Agency (RRA), a real estate agency in Ghana, has launched a promotion aimed at offering African investors the opportunity to own property in Turkey at affordable costs.
The offer, according to RRA’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Madame Rola Sultan, comes with benefits, including “the opportunity to invest in real estate in Turkey, a country with a growing business and tourism sector the fastest”.
Explaining, she said the promotion also has the advantage of buying a luxury property at the same price as a typical property.
In launching it, she indicated that the move is part of her team’s efforts to facilitate bilateral trade and economic relations between Turkey, Ghana and Africa as a whole.
“Rola Real Estate Agency should be the first point of contact for anyone in Ghana regarding any property in Turkey as we provide the best of services. Installment payment for properties is accepted. We encourage everyone to take advantage of the opportunity provided by RRA to own property,” she added.
She said people who invest $250,000.00 or more in a property are lucky to get Turkish government support for their business.
Sultan said her team also rendered citizenship and residency services, adding that as part of the promotion, investors interested in becoming Turkish citizens could fulfill their dreams by investing in the RRA.
In Furtherance, she mentioned that Turkish citizenship gives the possibility of full medical assistance, free education and college reimbursement plans and visa-free travel to more than 110 countries.
“The RRA will continue to do its best to provide affordable investment opportunities in Turkey to interested Ghanaians so that together we can make our contribution to the economic development of our countries,” she stressed.
Ghana’s property sector, she said, has grown over the years, adding that with more support, the sector could make a massive contribution to reducing the housing deficit in the country.
She noted that making housing very affordable for members of the public was one of the key measures that would make many people able to pay for decent housing in the country.
Madame Sultan said that with the continued growth of the sector, owning or renting a property would not be a problem for Ghanaians.
Source: Raissa Sambou