Mr. Divine Aggor, CEO of Rentchamber Group Ltd, was recently featured in an article published by Equal Times, where he spoke about the challenges of affordable housing in Ghana. Mr. Aggor’s insights shed light on the current state of the housing market in Ghana and the efforts being made to address the issue.
In the article, Mr. Aggor highlighted the high demand for affordable housing in Ghana and the limited supply of quality housing options. He also mentioned the challenges faced by low-income earners in accessing decent housing, which include a lack of access to credit, high-interest rates, and a shortage of housing units.
Despite these challenges, Mr. Aggor and his team at Rentchamber Group Ltd are working tirelessly to provide affordable housing solutions to Ghanaians. Rentchamber Group Ltd is a real estate company that specializes in providing quality, affordable housing units to low-income earners in Ghana.
Through its Rent-to-Own program, Rentchamber Group Ltd is making it easier for low-income earners to own homes by offering flexible payment plans. The program allows tenants to pay a monthly rent that is used to finance the purchase of the property over time. This means that tenants can eventually own the property without having to take out a mortgage or pay a lump sum.
Mr. Divine Aggor also spoke about the need for collaboration between the government and private sector to address the housing crisis in Ghana. He believes that the government can provide incentives to private developers to build affordable housing units and that the private sector can work with the government to create policies that support affordable housing initiatives.
Mr. Divine Aggor’s insights into the challenges of affordable housing in Ghana and his company’s efforts to provide solutions are commendable. Rentchamber Group Ltd’s Rent-to-Own program is a great example of how private developers can make a positive impact on the housing market in Ghana. We hope that the government and private sector can work together to address the housing crisis in Ghana and provide decent housing options for all Ghanaians.