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The pre-independence and post-independence era of Ghana saw many extended families living together as a household, resulting in a relatively low demand for housing. This trend has altered with modernisation, as increasingly, more nuclear families prefer to live as a separate unit. Residential housing units are now a major part of Ghana’s real estate sector. Read more...