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A Message from our Management

MANAGEMENT NOTICE

To our JL Family and Friends,

As the City’s Favorite Developer, JL Properties limited is doing its best to ensure all stakeholders are safe and healthy as well their values invested.
Currently, due to the COVID-19 outbreak, our skilled team is also relying on our technological drives, virtually working and still meeting deadlines for our clients. We still remain open for site visits but with new measures to ensure good health and hygiene. Alternatively, you can visit our website (https://jlpropertiesgh.com) for virtual tour and make use of our live chats for virtual meetings, where you would  be warmly attended to.
For further information, kindly reach us on +233302429993 |+233501551200 | +233501551199 or email us info@jlpropertiesgh.com.

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We’re Hiring

We’re recruiting  Real Estate Marketers this February as we envision to continue provide valuable estate houses bespoke with highest approved standards.  Applicants with marketing experience is added advantage. Interested applicants should submit their contact details and CV to;

info@jlpropertiesgh.com

Cc| lord.oware@jlpropertiesgh.com | joana.amokwa-boadu@jlpropertiesgh.com

or kindly call :

+233 302 429 993

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GREDA WANTS TO DIALOGUE WITH GOVERNMENT TO BRIDGE HOUSING GAP

By Charles Benoni Okine

The Ghana Real Estate Developers Association(GREDA) has called on the government to open fresh dialogue between the two parties to find a more pragmatic solution to the housing challenges in the country. According to the Association, with the housing deficit now at about 2.1 million per annum, a deeper discussion on the matter has become even more imperative, if the government is committed to bridging the widening gap. The President of the association, Mr. Patrick Ebo Bonful, made the call in Accra when he led a delegation to visit some of the Estates of the JL Properties, one of the leading real estate developers in the country last Thursday.

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Housing Deficit in Ghana: Can Social Housing be the Solution?

It is estimated that there are about 165,000 people working within the public sector with an estimated average salary of GH₵ 1,000. This gives a hint to the beginning of housing unaffordability in Ghana. So, the vision should be to tackle the problem in such ways to improve workers productivity, as well as salary increments, not just budgeting and contracting loans to construct the so-called affordable homes, which do not support the income of large section of the Ghanaian population.

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Philanthropist donate Medical Equipment To Maamobi Polyclinic

 

By EBO HANSON

Two philanthropists have presented medical equipment and food beverages worth GH₵ 50,000 to the maternity ward of the Maamobi Polyclinic to mark their birthdays. The Chairman of JL Properties, real estate company, Dr. James Orleans-Lindsay and the Managing Director of Kenon Properties, Mr. Kenneth Nyarko, said the donation was in response to an appeal made by the management of the hospital for support. The items included photo therapy machine, neutralizer, and pulse oximeter, 200 packs of assorted food beverages and bottled water.

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Introduce Construction Levy to Fund Affordable Housing

By Ernest Bako WUBONTO

 

Dr. James Orleans-Lindsay, the Executive Chairman of JL Holdings, a conglomerate that has strong presence in the real estate, has proposed that government should set up a construction levy to generate revenue into and equity fund for the real estate sector to enable developers embark on affordable housing projects. “I am proposing that just as we have a levy that is being used to defray the legacy debt in the energy sector, government should set up a levy that will pull revenue into and equity fund for real estate developers, which will enable them access to cheaper long-term funds to build houses at cheaper rates and make them affordable to Ghanaian.

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Real Estate Roundup

Active Home-Building Industry Will Lead to More Demand for Warehouse Space

Strong consumer spending and the rise in housing construction activity are currently the prime factors for the incredible rebound of the U.S. industrial real estate sector, and experts say as home buying continues to increase, so will demand for warehouse space. — From NRE Online

To Buy or Not to Buy: That Is the Developer’s Question

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