Wealth management and good practices in the property sector is an important focus for Ghana. The GHL Bank held its second intensive two-day summit for its Real Estate Club to train students across the various tertiary institutions in the country on property financials.
The Real Estate Club showcases its commitment to nurturing young people and equipping them with the knowledge of good financial management and property wealth strategies.
The students benefited from various interactive sessions to equip them with knowledge about real estate fundamentals and wealth principles. They also visited the estate site of two developers in Accra to get first-hand information on the estate facilities and its environment.
According to Richmond Asante, Head of Mortgage Origination, the Real Estate Club had an important role in empowering students across the country to make better financial decisions when it comes to property purchase and investments for a wealthier future.
Samuel Ntow Affum, Head of Retail Banking at GHL Bank, stated that it was possible to start small and live comfortably in future. “With a start-off account of about GHs10 every month, you could be charting your way to acquiring your first property within three to five years.”
Part of the The Real Estate Club’s mission was to increase awareness of career developments and investment opportunities in the real estate industry for young people.
This second summit brought together over 50 student representatives from its branches in the University of Ghana, Legon, University of Professional Studies, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), University of Cape Coast, Ashesi University and Ghana Institute of Journalism.
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