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Real Estate in Mozambique

  • African real estate market still standing after tough 2016

    CASABLANCA, 2017/08/20 African real estate has had a tough year navigating diffcult economic conditions. Most investors on the continent remain private equity groups as opposed to long term investors or Real Estate Investment Trust ( Reit) investors. There have as well been currency problems in the likes of Nigeria and Zimbabwe. But 2017 could be better if commodity prices rise globally. "The continent gained traction last year, notably in the Hotel, Retail and Residential sectors. One hopes that, in 2017, there will be fewer economic and structural difficulties for African real estate," said Ortneil Kutama, Africa Property News Media Director.
  • Africa property offers rich pickings for the brave

    BOTSWANA, 2017/08/20 Some property pundits believe there are major opportunities for investors or companies on the continent. While most pundits will acknowledge that the saying “Africa is not for sissies” rings authentic at the same time as it comes to property investment , some commentators believe that there are major opportunities for investors on the continent.
  • Mara Delta to invest $110m more on property in Mozambique

    MAPUTO CITY, 2016/07/27 On Monday it will invest a further $110m in Mozambique by acquiring an additional four properties, and the second stage development of its Anadarko building. The company has, since 2014, invested in six commercial properties in Mozambique, valued at $160m. “We are confident of the long-term increase prospects in Mozambique. The challenges that the country faces are not incomparable to emerging economies and we are continuously engaging with the Banco de Moçambique on these matters.
  • Office space sales in Maputo vary between US$2,000 and 3,200 per square meter

    MAPUTO CITY, 2013/08/15 The average price per square metre for office space sales in Maputo ranges from US$2,000 and US$3,200, according to a study from the consultancy Prime Yield Moçambique (PYM), which expects prices to stabilise over the next five years. By evaluating five areas the “Mozambique Real Estate 2013” study showed that the areas of Bairro Central B and Polana Cimento B, with an average cost of US$2,000 per square metre, are the cheapest in the city, whilst the Sommerschield area, where the cost averages US$3,200, is the majority expensive.