Prospective home owners are being offered a one stop-shop for everything home and construction at the Luv FM Habitat Fair in Kumasi.
Industry players, including financial and technical experts, have been put together to offer help to prospective home owners and others with housing needs.
This year’s event, which is the 13th edition since inception, is on the theme “Homeownership: where you live matters.”
Patrons have an array of products and services to choose from for the completion of their homes.
Companies in the construction and artisanal industry are offering attractive discounts on their products and services.
Potential home owners can access mortgage financing options from the headline sponsor, Republic Bank, and other real estate companies to enable their dreams of owning homes come true.
Head of Sales and Marketing at The Multimedia Group Limited, Max Fugah, used the platform to entreat potential home owners to take advantage of this year’s event.
“For this Habitat Fair, it is 3 days of serious business. We brought about a lot of exhibitors on board this year. They all have solutions to your housing needs ,” he noted.
The Fair will last for a period of three days – 30th September 2022 – 2nd October, 2022 at the Kumasi City Mall.
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