One of Ghana’s youngest female realtors and chief executive officer of City Spaces, Rasheeda Adams, has touted the real estate business as rewarding and an emerging economic force in the African continent, saying sex is tedious and never an option for making money.
Speaking to RET Africa after attending the 2021 Africa Real Estate Conference and Expo, which ended last week in Accra, the social media icon with five years of experience in the real estate business expressed surprise at many of her followers knew nothing about her real estate business.
As one of the few individuals who walked out of the conference certified as a realtor, Rasheeda, in response to a question about why some people were surprised to see her in the real estate business, questioned the expectations of the people relating it to sex for money and how much one could make, if they so depended on it.
‘Having sex for money, how much can sex really give you? But who is going to give you 5% of a million dollars if you have sex with them? If I sell a house, someone will pay me five percent. No man will say here is fifty thousand dollars hell no. having sex for money so it is not worth it, no its very tedious, if it worth, then all the ladies at the Cantonment roundabout will be rich, you get it, so that is not it. Real estate is very rewarding’. She said.
Rasheeda explained that the business was rewarding and flexible for her as a mother whose other job was to take care of her children. She commended the organizers of the event, Ghana Real Estate Professionals Association (GREPA), for the platform they offered realtors, and called for more of such events in the near future.