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.
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.