- 18-year-old Maame Sika has bought her first home for over R1.2 million in Kasoa, Ghana
- Sika revealed she was able to raise money through her work as a real estate agent and with the help of family
- According to this young lady, she chose to buy a house in Kasoa because she believes it is a safe environment and the value of her property stand to appreciate over time
In the video, she talked about how she came up with the income to purchase the house.
Her income stream
Sika divulged that she is a real estate agent for a company called Blue Rose Limited and was able to get the bulk part of the money for the down payment of the house mainly through the commissions she gathered.
Blue Ross Limited is the same company she bought her house from, she added.
She also revealed that the rest of the money was from her personal investment and her family helped out as well.
Kasoa was her choice of location to get a house because that is where she has lived all her life and also believes it is a safe environment for her to live in although people may not necessarily agree, she said.
Value for money
Maame Sika also stated that she considered the rate of appreciation of lands and property values over time in Kasoa and that influenced her choice as well.
"I chose a great spot for them and the statistics show that my land and properties are going to appreciate over time", she said.
Watch her video below:
"1st property at 25": Young lady celebrates buying a beautiful home
In another news, Briefly News reported that many young South Africans can only dream of buying their very first homes at the tender age of only 25 years old.
One beautiful local woman has managed to make this dream a reality for herself recently. Taking to Twitter, the young lady with the handle, @TshidiBaby_ recently took to the app to celebrate buying her first home at only 25.
In the post, she also praises God for the role that he played in helping her with the spectacular achievement.
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