Everything we do, we believe in the risk-free right to property ownership.

We believe every human being has equal rights to the things that are freely given to us.

We take on the big challenge to provide a safe-haven for property acquisition to help prosper humanity. .

Everything we do, we believe in the risk-free right to property ownership.

Property as risk free and available as air; everywhere for everyone.

Take the stress, hassle ,uncertainty and risk out of buying land.

WHO WE ARE ...

Trulander is a registered Real Estate company with a special focus on tackling one of the world’s oldest problems; Lands and landed property acquisition. Leveraging technology, research, and a tested assurance methodology, our highly competent staff deliver a seamless and efficient process in property acquisition to help eliminate risk to its barest minimum.

Our website features thousands of options of lands and landed properties in the capital of Ghana- Accra, Tema, and the other regions. whether you are looking to buy land, house, or rent a new home or office space, Trulander is your one-stop solutions partner as you go through your property search, offering countless lands and housing alternatives as well as offline support and expert advice on the real estate industry in Ghana and beyond.

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Frequently asked questions

The official standard size of a plot of land is 100 x 100 feet, however many people use 70 x 100 feet as a widely accepted measurement.

The official standard size of a plot of land is 100 x 100 feet, however many people use 70 x 100 feet as a widely accepted measurement.

An Acre is a propduct of any rectangular plot of land giving a total of 4,046sqm OR 43,560sq ft. An Acre consist of 6 plots each measuring 6 x 120ft.

Officially, it is 43,560 square feet, and a football field is 48,000 square feet. Our standard acre isn’t the same worldwide.

  1. Study the Topographic Map. Before finalizing the sale, you should obtain a topographic map of the property from the seller and check to be sure you know exactly what you are buying. …
  2. Establish Boundaries. …
  3. Have Your Land Evaluated. …
  4. Pick Up Trash. …
  5. Clear the Land. …
  6. Meet the Neighbors.

But in reality, a property’s physical structure tends to depreciate over time, while the land it sits on typically appreciates in value. … Land appreciates because it is limited in supply, consequently, as the population increases, so does the demand for land, driving its price up over time.

Land ownership can be a great investment, as long as you enter the deal with awareness of all of the risks and pitfalls. By conducting careful research, investors can take advantage of low property prices and purchase land that will be worth much more down the road.

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