Works and Housing Minister, Francis Asenso-Boakye

Competition intensifies among real estate players; BurgundyHomes indicates commitment to help reduce country’s housing deficit

The real estate industry is gathering momentum as competition intensifies further.

This is because players are working hard to support government quest to reduce the housing deficit in the country, which presently hovers around two million housing units.

One of such is Pamville, a new development by Burgundy Homes, which is providing a gated estate with breathtaking awe inspiring architecture and bespoke Recreational Centre.

The estate, serenaded by nature with well catered lawns and an impressive landscaping, has a very spacious car park, perfect for outdoor recreation.

Sales and Marketing Manager of Burgundy Homes, Kwabena Addo Akuamoa said his outfit is committed to supporting government to addressing the rising housing deficit to provide homes that are luxurious in nature, but affordable as well.

“We are committed to supporting government policy of providing affordable, convenient and serene housing environment for consumers. The housing sector plays an important role in the social and economic development of the country, both in terms of investment in housing stock and output of services. So we will support the country’s quest to achieve its vision in the housing sector to facilitate industrialization”.

Executive Secretary of GREDA, Samuel Amegayibor, had earlier said bridging the housing deficit and its affordability should be the priority of all stakeholders in the industry.

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