MeQasa trains real estate agents
Ghanaian real estate platform, MeQasa, has trained 100 real estate agents in a bid to help promote professionalism in that industry.
This was a part of the company’s third anniversary.
The training started with a seminar on October 27 that was held at the National Banking College. The seminar was themed, “Mastering the fundamentals to Success in the real estate business.” It featured professionals who spoke about some important issues in the industry. The speakers included Elias Hage (the Chop Bar), Stephen Boadi (PZ Cussons Africa) and Dominic Owusu-Agyeman (Standard Chartered Bank).
“I found this training to be incredibly insightful and a day well-spent. I’m leaving with new vigour and great new strategies to apply, as well as having been able to connect with a lot of fellow real estate professionals,” said one of the participants, Desmond Kafui.
meQasa was launched in 2013. It is a user-friendly online marketplace where Ghanaians can rent, buy and sell property. The platform currently features over 23,000
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