RMB Westport has a prominent focus on real estate development in sub-Saharan Africa.
According to a 2014 global investment perceptions study undertaken by Ernst and Young, Africa has become one of the most attractive investment destinations in the world, second only to North America.
Due to urbanisation, the percentage of Africans living in urban areas has doubled in the last 50 years from 19% to 39% city dwellers. When put into numerical terms, that percentage represents over 360 million people.
Our targeted jurisdictions have displayed consistent growth over the last decade. These areas include:
As these developing cities attract more people, the required necessities for comfortable living also increase. This includes the need for prime urban real estate. Such growth does come with its share of challenges, but the benefits of investing in these evolving economies far outweigh these problems.
The paradigm has shifted from considering investing in Africa, to managing the risk of not being in Africa.
RMB Westport — Building prosperity.
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