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According to Rwanda’s Development Board (RDB), only 5% of residents in the capital, Kigali, live in modern-style houses. Most land is owned by the government, and titles to properties are only issued when a structure is built on the property. Both foreign and local investors have to gain authorisation from local government authorities to develop vacant land. Long-term leases of up to 99 years are available. Rwanda is one of the most densely populated countries on the African continent, and the demand for housing and commercial properties is high. The RDB calculated that the rental charges for fully equipped upper end office space increased by as much as 200% between 2003 and 2006.
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|Rwanda's Development Board (RDB)||
|SORAS - Residence Prima 2000||