Rwanda ranked fourth investment destination in Africa

Rwanda has been ranked fourth in investment attractiveness in Africa according to a latest ranking by the Rand Merchant Bank (RMB).
RMB is a leading African corporate and investment bank which is part of Firsthand Bank, one of the largest financial institutions on the continent.
In their 2021 release on top 10 investment attractive countries in Africa, RMB relied on indicators such as operating environments, fiscal score and development plan.
Rwanda notably moved up the ranking to be the fourth from the ninth place last year.

Amwe mu mayeri akoreshwa, uburyo wakwirinda ubwambuzi bushukana mugihe ushaka kugura imitungo itimukanwa

 

Polisi yerekanye abakekwaho gushaka kugurisha imitungo y’umuturage mu bwambuzi bushukana.

Mu gitondo cyo kuri iki Cyumweru tariki ya 18 Nyakanga Polisi y’u Rwanda yeretse itangazamakuru uwitwa Niyonsaba Marcel w’imyaka 40 na Mbarushimana Emmanuel w’imyaka 41. Bakurikiranweho kugerageza kugurisha ikibanza kirimo inzu y’umuturage, babikora mu buryo  bw’ubwambuzi bushukana bakoresheje inyandiko mpimbano.

Solving Africa's housing deficit also requires pan-African solutions among other possible solutions

 

“It always seems impossible until it's done,” said Nelson Mandela. This inspirational quote could serve as a mission statement to raise funds to tackle Africa's huge affordable housing deficit.

It would seem strange to make a case for multilateralism, at a time of Covid vaccine nationalism and Brexit unilateralism, but Africa, on the other hand, is embracing it.

“Itegeko rishya riraha ijambo nyir'umutungo ndetse n'uwuteza muri cyamunara” - Anastase Balinda

 

Biteganijwe ko ikoranabuhanga n’itegeko rishya bizafasha gukuraho amanyanga yakorwaga muri cyamunara

Abanyarwanda mu ngeri zitandukanye barishimira ko itegeko rishya riha ijambo nyirumutungo ndetse n'uteza cyamunara; ibintu biteze ko bizakemura icyo bita iteshagaciro ry'umutungo rya hato na hato ryajyaga riboneka muri cyamunara.

Harnessing Diaspora Investments to Build Affordable Homes in Rwanda

The power of diaspora investors is under-recognised and could act as a catalyst for increasing capital investment into Africa’s affordable housing sector. African migrants are often driven by personal economic incentives (family friends or networks) to guide their investments but are increasingly looking at the growth of African economies and the resulting investment opportunity of their home countries or across the continent. Investment performance is increasingly becoming a key factor.

Umuvunyi Mukuru Nirere Madeleine, yaburiye abantu bemera kwandikwaho imitungo itari iyabo. Avuga ko baba bari kwishyira mu mazi abira.

Hakunze kumvikana kenshi abantu bandikwaho imitungo y’abandi, bigakorwa na ba rusahurira mu nduru bashaka guhisha uburyo babonyemo iyo mitungo akenshi buba bunyuranyije n’amategeko cyangwa se ari umutungo wa Leta warigishijwe.

Mu kiganiro cyaciye kuri Televiziyo Rwanda cyari kigamije kuvuga ku kurwanya ruswa n’akarengane, Umuvunyi Mukuru, Nirere Madeleine yibukije abantu ko abemera kwiyandikishaho imitungo y’abandi ari ikwirahuriraho umuriro.

Investments in the real estate sector accounted for 48% of all investments recorded in Rwanda in 2020

 

Despite the drop in investments attributed to the COVID-19 pandemic which has affected the global economy, Rwanda Development Board (RDB) recorded investments worth US $ 1.3 billion in 2020, a decrease of 47.1% from the previous year, 2019, where RDB recorded investments worth US $ 2.46 billion.

Real estate and construction and manufacturing accounted for 68% of all investments registered at 48% and 20% respectively. Other sectors that attracted significant investments include agriculture, ICT, energy, mining and financial services.

Inzovu Mall that Groupe Duval plans to build in the former offices of the Ministry of Justice near Gishushu

 

After about 25 years with participations in real estate development, the hospitality sector, food production and investment funds among others. A French company, Groupe Duval, is undertaking a number of projects, including a multi-billion dollar shopping center on the former Justice Ministry site, next to the Kigali convention center named Inzovu.

Umushinga mushya wa RSSB uzaba ushingigiye kubyifuzo byabashaka amazu ahendutse mubice bya Gasogi, Rusororo na Kinyinya

Ikigo cy’Ubwiteganyirize mu Rwanda (RSSB), cyatangaje ko mu rwego rwo gukemura ikibazo cyo kutaboneka kw’inzu zihendutse mu mujyi wa Kigali no muri gahunda yo gufasha Abanyarwanda bafite ubushobozi buke, kigiye kubaka inzu zihendutse zizaboneka ku giciro kitarengeje miliyoni 35 Frw.

RSSB ifite gahunda yo gutumira abashoramari mu minsi ya vuba kugira ngo harebwe uburyo bafatanya mu kubaka izi nzu ziteganyijwe kubakwa mu bice bya Gasogi, Rusororo na Kinyinya mu karere ka Gasabo.

Confiscation of property in the city of Kigali for three consecutive years unexploited

 

In line with the 2013 law governing land use in Rwanda. under its Article 58 about Land subject to confiscation: “The land within urban areas where a detailed physical plan was approved by competent authorities and it is clear that it has spent three (3) consecutive years unexploited” may be confiscated.

Kinyinya Park Estate, Next new large-scale $ 400 million joint venture housing project in Rwanda.

 

On this Tuesday, 20th October 2020, Shelter Afrique's board of directors approved joint venture in the development of Kinyinya Park Estate housing project in Rwanda to be developed in 8 km from Kigali International Airport, it covers 10,000 large-scale integrated and sustainable housing units.

Do you know that you can have freehold land ownership in Rwanda?

 

To ensure a bright future for the Rwanda Real Estate Sector by providing friendly guidelines on land use and allocation, a cabinet meeting held on Monday, October 12, 2020 approved the draft law governing land in Rwanda, which is said from its consistency, will stop the confusion and boost real estate buyers and investors.

Here are the highlights of the draft new (Oct, 2020) land law in Rwanda:

Five ways to increase the value and income of your properties.

 

1. Reduce your expenses

Consult with a real estate professional to look for ways to cut costs. Especially with new technologies like insulation and utility upgrades, there are plenty of ways to reduce maintenance or running costs. It can be as simple as switching to LED lighting or replacing aging filters or heating and cooling systems.

2. Change the use of the building

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