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CAHF on Twitter

2 weeks ago
Bringing Life to Mortgage Markets in South Africa - focus on the entry-level resale market for new opportunities @GTAC_PublicEconomics @The_DHS @DAG_activism @auhf_housing https://t.co/XxAu5a9yz9
2 weeks ago
The government's housing subsidy programme, delivering almost 2m subsidised houses with title deeds, has laid the foundation for the emergence of South Africa’s new middle class. It is up to the financial sector to build it. See our new paper: https://t.co/XxAu5a9yz9
2 weeks ago
How focusing on affordable resale can transform the mortgage market https://t.co/gJGjqhPWeI via @BDliveSA
2 weeks ago
Investors can now access data on residential property owned by companies in SA: "As much as 90% of residential property owned by commercial groups is in the affordable housing sector" Wow https://t.co/CZRWi431kH via @BDliveSA
2 weeks ago
Have you registered for this year's @AUHF_Housing conference, 23-25 Oct 2018 in Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire with co-hosts @mfw4a @ifc_org @AfDB_Group and CRRH? See last year's on https://t.co/XDmzWUte6O
2 weeks ago
Interesting ideas for Property Crowd-funding, an Alternative to Housing Finance, in #Namibia. Can we use this approach towards #affordablehousing? https://t.co/HSefPX9nc8

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