Reall began working in Ghana in 2014.
Throughout urban areas many Ghanaians live in informal, substandard housing that is overcrowded and lacks basic infrastructure, such as water, electricity and waste management. In addition, the housing deficit has contributed to rising home prices for purchase and rent, resulting in further overcrowding.
Reall is currently invested in a project in Tamale, the capital of the northern region. This affordable housing development is being delivered by private developers, Afreh Group. When complete, this will provide 100 homes for cooperative members living on low incomes.
Based on exchange rate on 31/10/2020
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Data last updated on 10/12/2020