The biggest real estate event on the African continent enters its second day today, with exhibitors offered the opportunity address hundreds of realtors currently participating in the event on their respective roles in the real estate sector.
The five-day Program, dubbed "Africa Real Estate Conference & Expo 2021," is aimed at offering a platform for stakeholders to address Africa’s real estate issues, especially in Ghana, started with the CIPS classes last week and scheduled to end on Friday.
The Minister of State- Works and Housing, Hon Freda Prempeh who cut the ribbon to signal the official opening of the event yesterday called for collaborations among industry players for the larger interest of the country.
Participants from the United States of America, Europe and Africa have received a 5-day certificate training in Certified International Property Specialist (CIPS), by a Chicago-based Centered International Realty Corp, Maurice L. Hampton, and Managing Broker in The United States.
The event, the first of its kind in Africa, has also attracted virtual participation from some of the experienced local and international realtors, instructors, investors, and industry practitioners, who hold the vision to empower, motivate, and equip industry professionals.
Source: Abdul Razak Mohammed(Real Estate Times Africa)