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January 20, 2020

For close to two decades, there has been talk of an increasingly vibrant and growing real estate industry in Uganda. This has been clearly evident despite the unpredictability of the Ugandan economy.
Time and again, different real estate players have been coming on board or in some cases, individuals getting themselves involved in buying and selling of property in any part of the country.

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April 29, 2019

Rising occupancy rates in first-grade office buildings, residential areas in Kampala City and the growth of property inquiries captured investor attention during the first half of 2018.

Credit to the sector rebounded despite second-grade office property owners struggling to attract tenants.

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How is Kampala Uganda’s night life Like;where can I hang out,relax and enjoy an evening out with friends in Kampala?
January 5, 2019

Kampala is a very lively city both in the day and at night. Kampala is one of the safest places to move in the night. Almost every corner of the street is a club, pub or an entertainment center to enjoy. Blurring music is part of the nights in Kampala, Ugandan and contemporary music…Ugandans will dance to anything!

Wines and Drinking
Drinking is part of the culture of Kampala night life. Beers, wines and whisky are available at every bar and pub in Kampala. Locally brewed lagers and beers such as Nile Special, Bell Lager, Club Pilsner, Tusker, Moonberg Lager and Club among others define Uganda’s best beer industry. Remember that some beers have scooped German Awards on mode selection-you have to try one of these.
There are many international importers of wines and whisky from South Africa, England, Italy and France among other countries. Expect to find the international labels like John Walker, Scottish Whisky and other in your favorite bar! Waragi and Spirits are part of the drinker’s menu. Try Uganda Waragi-distilled from the best of Uganda’s banana.

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January 5, 2019

For close to two decades, there has been talk of an increasingly vibrant and growing real estate industry in Uganda. This has been clearly evident despite the unpredictability of the Ugandan economy. 
Time and again, different real estate players have been coming on board or in some cases, individuals getting themselves involved in buying and selling of property in any part of the country.

In 2018, the sector, according to Arthur Mukembo, regional director, RE/MAX-Uganda, a real estate agency and consultancy firm, acknowledged that there was a fair performance saying that: “Business and consumer confidence considerably improved, in line with improved performance of the economy.” 
Predictions from different players in the industry indicate that the industry will mostly likely face new developments that will affect its performance both positively and negatively.

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