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About Broll Ghana

Broll Ghana is one of the pre-eminent service providers in the residential, retail, commercial and industrial property sectors in the country. Established in 2006, the company offers the full spectrum of property-related services, including commercial brokingValuation and Advisoryretail leasing and consultingcorporate real estate servicesfacilities managementproperty managementshopping centre managementproject management and residential broking and management.

Broll Ghana’s Board of Directors are all industry professionals in their own right. Our 100% Ghanaian in-house management team is made up of dedicated professionals committed to meeting world-class standards.

Broll Ghana has access to global best practice and knowledge, and international blue-chip clients, through its association with US-based CBRE, making it the first choice for multinationals looking to establish themselves in the fast-growing Ghanaian economy.

Over the years, Broll Ghana has grown to be a firm of repute, having secured the management and leasing mandates for a raft of contemporary developments across the the varied sectors of the Real Estate Industry. These include notable developments like the A&C Square (10,000sqm) Accra Mall (20,000sqm), the newly opened Junction Mall (11,000sqm) and the West Hills Mall (27,000sqm) in Weija-Accra, West Africa´s largest Mall.

Other Properties under Broll Ghana´s management include the World Trade Center (17,000sqm), International Finance Corporation (9,045sqm), Brandford Charles, Polo Court and more recently, the Accra Shippers House (4,600sqm) and the Accra Financial Center (13,700sqm).

• Ghana, a gold and cocoa exporter, experienced an oil boom in 2010 that helped fuel several years of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth above 8%. While the country is currently battling an inflation figure of 14.8%, its mid-term prospects remain strong. The population of 25 million enjoys a stable democracy.

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