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The Benefits of Compliance in Real Estate: Safeguarding Against Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing The Benefits of Compliance in Real Estate: Safeguarding Against Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing
Compliance with anti-money laundering (AML) and counter-terrorism financing (CTF) regulations is crucial in the real estate industry to protect against illicit activities. This article highlights the importance of compliance in real estate and the benefits it brings to both companies and stakeholders involved.
In the dynamic world of real estate, a growing number of home hunters, particularly millennials, express a preference for apartments where the landlord does not reside.
Landlords have certain rights and responsibilities that are governed by the law. For example, you have the right to collect rent, evict tenants for non-payment or breach of contract, and inspect your property for damages. You also have the responsibility to provide a habitable and safe environment for your tenants, maintain and repair your property, and respect your tenants’ privacy and quiet enjoyment.
The industrial market has remained resilient across Africa, supported by different government initiatives to boost the sector. Some of these initiatives include a reduction in land acquisition costs and investments geared towards improving transport and energy infrastructure, as is the case in Egypt. In general, inadequate or poor transport and energy infrastructure continue to act as a significant drag on the expansion of the sector.
A group of architects have an idea. They want to build a new structure called the “ethereal tower” comprised of 99 floating islands in the massive Chinese city of Shenzhen.
If you’re seeking a profitable and stable investment, you should seriously consider delving into the Nigerian real estate market. Nigeria, the largest economy in Africa, with a thriving middle class and a continually growing demand for housing, presents a captivating opportunity.
Technology is transforming the real estate market in Nigeria, creating new opportunities and challenges for property owners, investors, and agents
Brains & Hammers has been actively involved in building infrastructure across Nigeria as part of its vision to build for Africa. After completing several landmark projects, they’ve partnered with the Nigerian Police Force to develop a residential project in Wuse Zone 6.
Dr. Elizabeth Eterigho, the President of the Association of Professional Women Engineers of Nigeria (APWEN), has emphasized the need for governments at all levels to focus on local solutions to the infrastructure deficit in Africa, creating jobs for communities and promoting sustainability.
Well folks, it’s exciting news that Brains and Hammers Ghana has teamed up with the Nigerian and Ghanaian governments to bring us the magnificent Pan African Mall. This project promises to create a massive impact towards the Sustainable Development Goals, investments, and employment opportunities across Africa.