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The Gambia sells itself, once you know about it. Our property finder service offers a professional one-to-one service that takes you through the whole process, from searching hundreds of properties and building plots, talking to estate agents and negotiating prices, to dealing with lawyers, builders, developers, agents and officials.
The Gambia is well known as a tourist destination in Europe and across West Africa which increases the pool of potential buyers for your property should you wish to sell. The Gambia offers value for money and there is an ever increasing demand from international visitors. Whether you are looking for a small studio or a villa set in its own land, the Gambia offers an endless range of properties to suit any budget.
As a rule of thumb, you should always build, buy or rent a property that meets your basic needs in the best area you can afford. Here are some tips designed to help you find building land or property in The Gambia that is affordable and suitable for you and your family.
How To Find The Best Property To Buy
It is not uncommon for land to be ‘sold’ to multiple purchasers, who then may end up in court seeking to establish ownership of the land against other ‘buyers’. Unlike a real estate agent, we are not going to try to convince you to buy.
We offer a turn-key solution for a safe and secure buying process and our Gambian land buying service offer a safe and secure route for you to purchase your dream property or building development plot in The Gambia. Once you are convinced you want to buy land or property in The Gambia, just telephone us and we will start the search.
Where To Find The Best Property To Buy
Identify your most desirable options in an area and look for alternative options in communities that will benefit from planned development in the years to come and find out what the current demand is for those area.Are houses, villas or apartments in the area receiving multiple offers and is the gap between the ‘First Price’ and ‘Final Price’ decreasing or increasing?