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Rwanda: The Royal Tour follows Peter Greenberg as he ventures deep inside the country known as the “land of a thousand hills. For an entire week, Peter Greenberg is taken on a Royal Tour hosted by the President of Rwanda, His Excellence Mr. Paul Kagame became the ultimate guide, showcasing the visual gems that his country has to offer. Together, they went gorilla trekking through Volcanoes National Park, jet-skied in Lake Kivu, explored Nyungwe Forest National Park on an elevated... + read more
Kigali Heights stands as a flagship development for Century Real Estate, a one-stop property shop looking to capitalise on a national industry on the rise Writer: Matthew Staff In a relatively short space of time, Century Real Estate Rwanda has proven itself entrepreneurial and knowledgeable enough to capitalise on a burgeoning industry that is set to present many more lucrative opportunities in the years to come. Borne from a merger between two forward-thinking industry experts, the... + read more
The Pan African Housing Fund (PAHF), managed by Phatisa, has entered into an agreement with Kigali Batsinda Estate Limited to develop a new residential housing complex in Kagugu Cell, Kinyinya Sector, Gasabo District, Kigali City, Rwanda. Kigali is a burgeoning African city with an increasing demand for access to affordable housing by the growing middle class. Phatisa identified Rwanda’s residential real estate sector as a favourable investment opportunity for PAHF and is confident that... + read more
1. Clean, organize, and neutralize your space: Unclutter your house to make it look bigger and cleaner. Buyers need to be able to envision their own belongings in the home; so, avoid using bright colors and too many personal effects. 2. Keep Your garden Green: Get your lawn in shape with the help of a gardener 3. Update kitchen appliances: The kitchen is often the room that buyers gravitate towards first, and an updated kitchen can help sell your home. You don't have to remodel your... + read more
Real estate developers and government have in the past few years come with up various interventions to ensure Rwandans access decent and affordable homes. These initiatives were strengthened further this year with new policies and incentives as government moves to fast-track delivery of decent homes on the market for low and middle-income earners. Industry players say these steps will help turn around the sector, attract more investments and players and hence make it possible for Rwandans to... + read more


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