Home Buyers Guide
This is the first of a two-volume guide to the home buying process in Africa. The first volume, Exploring the World’s Home Buyers, will cover the basic differences between African and European homebuyers, including an overview of home values and home ownership in each region, home styling, soffits, and stairs. The second volume, Finding Your Home, is a more in-depth look at the home shopping process, including home value and home affordability, buying process, and home inspections.
Home Builders Guide
This is the second of a two-volume guide to the home building process in Africa. The first volume, Finding Your Home, is a more in-depth look at the home building process, including home value and home affordability, buying process, and home inspections.
The American Dream is Alive and Well in the UK An older, more well-worn theme running through the books of The American Dream is the American dream versus the African American dream. The first volume of this series contains seven articles on the American dream versus African American dreams, but the most interesting discussion is the one on the ‘why’ of the difference.
Why Does Africa Need a Superior Police?
The African Union (AU) has been working towards this goal for a while, and the first step was in 2014 introducing a new, fully-fledged police force. The mandate of the newly-minted African policeman was to ‘achieve a higher standard of police service’ in the wake of the collapse of the East African Union (EAEU). The AU will be leading the charge in establishing a globally-superior police force.
African Union On Track To Achieve Global Goal On Organized Crime
In the second volume of the series, What is the Cause of Africa’s Criminality and Corruption?, co-authors Martin Samuel and Bernadette Savimah examine the root causes of African criminality and corruption, as well as the best methods for fighting it. They also explore the AU’s initiative to ‘achieve a global goal’ and its pan-African ambitions.
What is the Difference Between American and European Homebuyers?
Over the years, as homebuyers left behind the ‘old,’ rural and small- Townhouse constructions of their youth, and moved into the ‘new’ and ‘luxury’ designs that characterise modern homebuyers, the two-decade-old trend has seen a dramatic resurgence. In the late 1990s, conventional wisdom held that the American dream had come true in the home, and that the European homebuyer was on the cusp of a new golden age. But these trends are far from unified and in-sync. Among the many differences between the two kinds of homebuyer, one stands out. The American homeowner is more likely to have pre-sold inventory, which means that he or she is under pressure to sell as quickly as possible. European homebuyers, by contrast, often have a ready-to-sell inventory, allowing them to relax and wait for the market to settle.
What is the Cause of Africa’s Criminality and Corruption?
In the first part of the series, What is the Difference between American and European Homebuyers, co-authors Martin Samuel and Bernadette Savimah examine the root causes of African criminality and corruption, as well as the best methods for fighting it. They also examine the AU’s initiative to ‘achieve a global goal’ and its pan-African ambitions.
Home buying in Africa is an important and growing industry. The African homebuyer is motivated by a variety of different factors, including a desire to own a home and/or secure a job. The homebuyer is also likely to be of a specific generation and has a variety of preferences when it comes to the home. Furthermore, African homebuyers have a unique opportunity to participate in the growing trend toward self-driven development. With the adoption of blockchain-based smart contracting and smart home devices, homebuyers can now choose to build or manage their own business. The African homebuyer is very much in demand and is expected to become even more so during this upcoming economic and financial cycle. To compete in this market, homebuyers need to be creative and take advantage of the unique factors that shape the home buying process in Africa.