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House prices in the capital Windhoek and surrounding regions of Namibia have increased rapidly since the country’s independence, doubling and tripling on 1990 prices (2009). Mortgage lending to individuals constitutes a significant proportion of bank loans, acting as a driver to demand. Foreign ownership of land and property is permitted except for agricultural land. Stamp duty is payable on sale and varies between 0.5% and 1.5%. There is no capital gains tax in Namibia.