Our partner, the Centre for Affordable Housing Finance has launched the 10th Edition of its Housing in Finance Yearbook, which now contains 55 country and five regional profiles.
Targeting housing finance practitioners, investors, developers, researchers and government officials, the 2019 Yearbook provides an up-to-date review of practice and developments in housing finance and delivery in Africa, reflecting the dynamic change and growth evident in the market of each country over the past year.
The intention of this publication is to build a community of practice of housing finance experts in-country. Throughout its ten-year span, the Yearbook has retained a focus on the lower end of the market. What makes this publication unique is its overt emphasis on affordable housing. The profiles focus on the critical need for housing and housing finance solutions that are explicitly targeted at the income profiles of the majority of the population, for whom most commercially-developed residential property is out of reach.
Download the yearbook here.