Reall is an investor and innovator in affordable housing in Africa and Asia. We develop, refine and share innovative housing models that unlock the political will, capital investment and end-user finance needed to create the conditions for hard-working families to secure homes.
Affordable homes are not just a fundamental human right, they also unleash unimaginable human potential capable of tackling gender inequality, strengthening climate resilience and catalysing economic development. Affordable housing is an uncrowded $17 trillion sector which provides a return on investment plus a doorway to delivering 16 of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals.
We prove the concept of commercially and environmentally viable affordable housing, including the $10K house. Crowding in the private sector to take to scale, we aim to make urbanisation work for families living on low incomes in emerging markets across Africa and Africa. With British and Swedish government support, Reall has built homes complete with land titles, energy, clean water and toilets across Africa and Asia, and created tens of thousands of jobs in the process.
Using cutting-edge innovation, evidence and collaboration we transform housing markets by unblocking systemic barriers. Working in collaboration, we influence governments, the private sector, local authorities and developers to broker change through new policies, regulations and best practice. Reall pioneers financial solutions which provide start-up capital, de-risk third-party investment and catalyse end-user finance using open source data to prove the bankability of low-income families. Together we can improve the life chances of 100 million people by 2030.
Since 1989, Reall has provided new or upgraded housing to 400,000 people. This Dashboard presents Reall’s work under our flagship CLIFF programme which has been active since 2000, and delivered housing for over 100,000 people to date. Reall is phasing the upload of projects, with 83 currently available to view.
Of $68,200,000 total investments, $4,800,000 was recycled funds from previous project payments
Based on exchange rate on 31/03/2020
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Data last updated on 03/07/2020