TafGambia Property announced a surge in enquiries from investors looking to buy property - in the same week that a leading official praised the country.
The Banjul Daily Observer recently reported that Taleb Rifai, secretary general of the United Nations World Tourism Organisation extolled the virtues of The Gambia as a destination for tourists (http://allafrica.com/stories/201202211425.html).
During his visit he described how tourism boosts a country's development, and noted how The Gambia was an excellent tourist destination due to a variety of factors including its location, scenery, weather and people.
Mr Mustapha Njie, CEO of Taf Gambia Property, was pleased by his remarks. He explained; "We welcome the comments of the secretary general of the UNWTO. We're not surprised how delighted he was with our country, as Taf Gambia Property has seen a massive increase in investors looking to buy a holiday home, particularly in the last year."
Mr Mustapha Njie is one of The Gambia's leading entrepreneurs and has won numerous awards for his achievements, including the European Commission Global Business Award for Excellence and Quality. His company Taf Gambia Property has been at the forefront of the property boom over the last twenty years. The company's most popular development is Brufut Gardens, a beautiful private sea view estate looking out onto the Atlantic Ocean. Here, on the 'smiling coast' of Africa, investors are seeing impressive annual returns on their properties.
The estate is just fifteen minutes from the airport, and only five minutes away from The Gambia's main tourism cluster, Senegambia.
Just some of Brufut Garden's attractions include:
· an average capital appreciation of over 40%
· returns on rentals of between 7 and 12%
· landscaped terraces and sidewalks
· a fully equipped gym and swimming pool
· access to the five star Sheraton Hotel's facilities
· Morden street lighting
· a fully-equipped kitchen in every home
· 24-hour security
· a newly developed shopping mall
Mr Njie is extremely positive about the future of The Gambia; "We're thrilled about the surge in interest from investors and have no doubt that The Gambia has a bright future."