Ask any woman—one of her biggest dreams is owning a home she can call her own. Not a home her father owns; not a home she has to share with her siblings; not her husband’s home that is only hers in name, but her own dwelling which will be a source of security for the rest of her life.
Women all over the world and now in Kampala have been sharing this dream of owning their own property and Fakhruddin Properties is committed to empowering these women and help make their dream a reality.
Owning your own home brings with it an unparalleled sense of security for a woman and her children. This physical sense of safety is coupled with an even greater psychological freedom of having a roof to call your own.
Yet, one reason why it is difficult for women to own their own homes is that on average, women earn less than men working in year-round and as a result do not have the same access to credit and loans. This leads to fewer means for women to acquire quality homes in stable neighborhoods. In case of single mothers or women looking after elderly parents prevent women from equally investing their time and financial resources into homeownership.
Research reveals that people who own affordable homes are found to have more discretionary income to buy health insurance, pay down debt, save for education, or start a business. Children of homeowners do better in school and have lower crime and drug usage rates. Additionally families living in quality affordable housing experience less health issues.
Fakhruddin Properties, with its string of high-end housing projects in Kampala, Uganda, is a firm believer in empowering women in acquiring homes of their own in the best of neighbourhoods. Visit us and let us help you make your dream come true.