Adom City Estate, a real estate development company that develops houses for sale to the public, has launched its Christmas sales with massive discounts on houses and land.
As part of efforts to provide quality and affordable housing for low and middle-income earners, the company has launched its Christmas sales with the hope of making Ghanaians afford a home.
The company is offering GHC50,000 in cash discounts on all types of houses up for sale.
The promotional period is from now until the end of December 2023.
It is also providing a 10 per cent discount on all their land.
“When you come within the period of the promotion, you will get a Ghc50,000 cash discount on our houses and a 10 per cent discount on our lands. Christmas came early, so we will encourage everyone to take advantage of this promotion and buy from us.
If you want to buy a house or land, you can come to Adom City Estates. We offer affordable and luxurious homes as well as affordable land. I will encourage Ghanaians, especially those abroad who want to buy a house or land, to buy from us,” the Sales and Marketing Manager of the company, Juliet Boahen, said.
About Adom City Estates
Adom City Estate is a real estate development company that develops houses for sale to the public. We aim to provide quality and affordable housing for low- and middle-income earners.
It is a multiple award-winning company with over 34 awards to its credit.
The company’s keen interest is in meeting, to some extent, the current housing deficit in Ghana.
We also believe that everyone deserves to own a home, hence our commitment to providing quality and affordable housing to every Ghanaian citizen who is interested in and committed to acquiring a house.
To achieve this dream, the company has built strategic alliances with recognised institutions to address the housing needs of its employees.
The implementation strategy has been linking these organisations to our trusted mortgage providers and, in some cases, a customised in-house mortgage after making some initial lump-sum payments.
By: Rashid Obodai Provencal/Rainbowradioonline.com/Ghana