- Theresa Akyaa Boateng is a Ghanaian woman living in Germany who bought her first house at age 26
- Her first apartment was a three-bedroom house which was followed by the purchase of a four-bedroom house
- She later sold both apartments and bought a three-story building which she lives in part and rents the others out
A Ghanaian woman living in Germany revealed that she purchased her first house in Europe when she was 26.
Theresa Akyaa Boateng explained that she did that as an investment and has not regretted venturing into real estate.
"I bought my first apartment in Germany at the age of 26. It was a three-bedroom apartment. Years later I bought my second apartment which was a four-bedroom apartment. Later on, I sold both apartments and bought this three-story building. I bought it four years ago."
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According to Theresa, she felt it was more important to own an apartment in Germany than in Ghana, where she visits occasionally. She believes most Ghanaians abroad need to work harder while renting to build a house in Ghana.
In the end, she said other relatives back in Ghana enjoy the houses while they keep renting abroad.
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Ghanaian woman in Germany regrets building in Ghana
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that a German-based Ghanaian woman regretted putting up a property in Ghana while still living in Europe.
Kate Abla Dzifa said it was financially stressful to build in Ghana while living and surviving in Germany.
She believed it would have been prudent to invest the money used for building in Ghana in a property in Germany.
Ghanaian living abroad builds $300,000 mansion
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh reported that a Ghanaian man living in America put up a huge house in Ghana at age 27 and moved back to stay in it.
It took him a year and a half to put up the 4-bedroom house, which cost $305,000.
Ghanaian man living abroad said he would choose America over his mother and wife
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that a Ghanaian man living abroad said he would pick the USA over the two most important women in his life, his mother and wife, even on their deathbeds.
Bismark Oppong gave reasons and added that his wife knew his stance.
"I always tell my wife that I'd choose America if they ask me to choose between her and America. Because she can remarry but maybe I would not get the opportunity to come to America again."
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