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Title: HouseAfrica to solve Africa real estate crisis
Post by: HouseAfrica on November 17, 2018, 08:11:46 PM
A growing Africa population, why real estate is needful.

While we wait for a dramatic increase in population according to UNICEF report that global community in 2050 is 8.1B people and Africa is expected to be more than half of the people, Africa population is 1.2B people. That means by import, in every four individual, there is an African.
The need for sustainable agriculture, clothing, and shelter cannot be overemphasized as they are basic human needs. A 2017 report says that 250,000 Kenya, 2.4 million Nigeria, 7.4 million South African, and 252,000 Namibian has no access to affordable and decent housing. The above statistics is a rough calculation. Hence, it is unarguable that over 200 million people are suffering from accommodation challenges. The questions now become;

Are there adequate shelter to accommodate the growing population?
Are the available real estate provisions affordable?

The formal is No while the latter is still No since the real estate status quo is for a particular class who are less than 5% of the overall population. The current space takes advantage of the increasing population to increase the price of properties.

If the cost of real estate properties kept rising, some African population would live in the mud. The Africa real estate of House Africa mission is one that will accommodate all African. It shouldn't be a real estate space that strictly obeys the laws of demand and supply, thus while the population kept rising, the cost of properties kept rising. It should be one that considers the average income earner, sustainable and one where its investors and buyers transactions are transparent.

It is not an understatement, what we need now is a lasting solution to our real estate ecosystem where all African has a home, not only for a luxury for a selected class, hence the status quo need to be challenged if not, no sustainability is sure while our continent gets exploded in few years.

Visit;  www.houseafrica.io


Title: Re: HouseAfrica to solve Africa real estate crisis
Post by: Sondale on November 17, 2018, 08:12:41 PM
A growing Africa population, why real estate is needful.

While we wait for a dramatic increase in population according to UNICEF report that global community in 2050 is 8.1B people and Africa is expected to be more than half of the people, Africa population is 1.2B people. That means by import, in every four individual, there is an African.
The need for sustainable agriculture, clothing, and shelter cannot be overemphasized as they are basic human needs. A 2017 report says that 250,000 Kenya, 2.4 million Nigeria, 7.4 million South African, and 252,000 Namibian has no access to affordable and decent housing. The above statistics is a rough calculation. Hence, it is unarguable that over 200 million people are suffering from accommodation challenges. The questions now become;

Are there adequate shelter to accommodate the growing population?
Are the available real estate provisions affordable?

The formal is No while the latter is still No since the real estate status quo is for a particular class who are less than 5% of the overall population. The current space takes advantage of the increasing population to increase the price of properties.

If the cost of real estate properties kept rising, some African population would live in the mud. The Africa real estate of House Africa mission is one that will accommodate all African. It shouldn't be a real estate space that strictly obeys the laws of demand and supply, thus while the population kept rising, the cost of properties kept rising. It should be one that considers the average income earner, sustainable and one where its investors and buyers transactions are transparent.

It is not an understatement, what we need now is a lasting solution to our real estate ecosystem where all African has a home, not only for a luxury for a selected class, hence the status quo need to be challenged if not, no sustainability is sure while our continent gets exploded in few years.

Visit;  www.houseafrica.io
thank a l9t for your article i think taht peopel should remembr about the world s problems as well and we heed someones to remind us


Title: Re: HouseAfrica to solve Africa real estate crisis
Post by: Sondale on November 17, 2018, 08:13:19 PM
A growing Africa population, why real estate is needful.

While we wait for a dramatic increase in population according to UNICEF report that global community in 2050 is 8.1B people and Africa is expected to be more than half of the people, Africa population is 1.2B people. That means by import, in every four individual, there is an African.
The need for sustainable agriculture, clothing, and shelter cannot be overemphasized as they are basic human needs. A 2017 report says that 250,000 Kenya, 2.4 million Nigeria, 7.4 million South African, and 252,000 Namibian has no access to affordable and decent housing. The above statistics is a rough calculation. Hence, it is unarguable that over 200 million people are suffering from accommodation challenges. The questions now become;

Are there adequate shelter to accommodate the growing population?
Are the available real estate provisions affordable?

The formal is No while the latter is still No since the real estate status quo is for a particular class who are less than 5% of the overall population. The current space takes advantage of the increasing population to increase the price of properties.

If the cost of real estate properties kept rising, some African population would live in the mud. The Africa real estate of House Africa mission is one that will accommodate all African. It shouldn't be a real estate space that strictly obeys the laws of demand and supply, thus while the population kept rising, the cost of properties kept rising. It should be one that considers the average income earner, sustainable and one where its investors and buyers transactions are transparent.

It is not an understatement, what we need now is a lasting solution to our real estate ecosystem where all African has a home, not only for a luxury for a selected class, hence the status quo need to be challenged if not, no sustainability is sure while our continent gets exploded in few years.

Visit;  www.houseafrica.io
this can be a very interesting project and i woupd like to know some mpre information about it ajd see how it works in the real world


Title: Re: HouseAfrica to solve Africa real estate crisis
Post by: Javi_Anibarro on November 17, 2018, 08:19:15 PM
~snip~

Visit;  www.houseafrica.io
this can be a very interesting project and i woupd like to know some mpre information about it ajd see how it works in the real world

If you wish to know more about this project, you can go directly to their website www.houseafrica.io .
you can find their team, roadmap and even their mvp on their website.

personally i do like this kind of project, but it is so sad they are running it when the market is on its edge.


Title: Re: HouseAfrica to solve Africa real estate crisis
Post by: Lighthouze on November 17, 2018, 08:27:44 PM
Again, more often than not we see projects like in the crypto space, but this is one of those projects that does not need to be on the blockchain if you ask me. Tokens will be generated, again to what end?


Title: Re: HouseAfrica to solve Africa real estate crisis
Post by: apitico on November 17, 2018, 08:46:59 PM
And what is the peculiarity of this project? I just saw a lot of similar projects this year and there were also a lot of projects that are aimed at helping Africa.


Title: Re: HouseAfrica to solve Africa real estate crisis
Post by: Yara1 on November 17, 2018, 09:36:49 PM
The growing population of the world need an urgent attention because if nothing is dine before that year 2050 as stated by UNICEF the will not be adequate provisions suce as housing and clothing plus other infrastructural araingment that will help the teaming population at then. So the government of the world really need to start doing something about that before the time arrive.


Title: Re: HouseAfrica to solve Africa real estate crisis
Post by: Classica35 on November 17, 2018, 11:49:57 PM
We just need new things with new ideas in the crypto space,because it seems to me that so many projects are just repeating the same thing that has been done or repeated many times.
Well it is good seeing something come out of African continent.