Africa real estate analysis autumn 2015

Falling oil prices have hit some African countries hard, creating opportunities for emerging nations not reliant on commodities

As the global markets shift and rebalance, the world’s second largest land mass has undergone a rebalancing of its own over the past 12 months.

Africa remains a rapidly growing continent, but the steep fall in oil prices has had a significant impact on the expected growth rates of some of its more developed countries.

Formerly strong economies such as Nigeria and Kenya are now predicted to slow to 7% and 5.3% growth, respectively. And the impact on the…

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