Ghana has experienced strong and sustained economic growth in the last decade. Real GDP growth exceeded 14% in 2011 due largely to the onset of oil production, but more fundamentally to the country's political stability, democratic governance and attractive investment laws.
Future steady growth is expected from Ghana's transition to an oil-exporting country as well as the increasing importance of the services sector, in particular, finance, construction and tourism. These factors, along with the existing breadth of commodity exports, are increasing wealth and in the process creating exciting investment opportunities with exceptional growth prospects.
One growing area of strong demand is for land and accommodation for residential, retail, commercial, industrial and agricultural purposes. Soroma Capital undertakes all aspects of real estate acquisition, development and investments in a proprietary capacity, in partnership and on behalf of clients.
Soroma is derived from the Ghanaian Akan word nsoroma meaning star. When it comes to Ghanaian real estate investment, we aim to lead the way with ‘first-world’ systems and procedures, to deliver superior results for our shareholders and clients.