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November Queen

A leader like you is more priceless than the most beautiful diamond.
You are not only healthy and wise but kind and thoughtful as well.
Your birthday is the perfect opportunity to show you how much we
care and how grateful we are to have you in my life as Avarts.
We are been lucky to have the best friendly Executive Director.
Now, we count ourselves doubly fortunate, for you and Avarts.
We love you Ellen!
Enjoy your day!
Happiest Birthday Ellen!

Urban Forum

The Managing Director of Avarts Housing Ltd-Mr. Vincent Agaba
has been elected to represent the Professional Bodies on the
Urban Forum Committee under the Ministry of of Lands, Housing
and Urban Development

#Smart Cities & Organised Living is a Priority

13 Years of Service in Real Estate

Avarts Housing Limited exists 13 years! We were founded in 2006 on the
notion of serving our customers with excellence and professionalism. Over
the years, we have been offering various real estate services, but Property
Management is our core business. We ensure that your property is full, you
receive your rental income on time and that your property is well-maintained
and repaired without any hustle on your side.

Avarts to promote practical education in Uganda

Tuesday, june 2, 2015
Daily Monitor
www.monitor.co.ug
advertorial

Avarts to promote practical education

Renting a property

Via http://www.lamudi.co.ug
19th/November/2013

Rent a property in Uganda

Would you rather buy in an estate?

By Agnes K. Namaganda, Daily Monitor

Wednesday, September 12 2012

In Summary

The idea of living in an estate revolves around living in an organized environment where housing and social amenities like a football ground, schools, medical centre, worship places and shopping centres have all been planned for.

How to reap big in the real estate sector with minimum investment

Wednesday, June 6 2012, www.ugandan-news.com

Becoming a successful real estate agent is a combination of investing time in education, (formal or otherwise), money, searching a broker who can help you get your first clients and becoming smart and aggressive. But that’s not all there is to the industry. There are some of the more overlooked aspects of the real estate business and a person with a small budget can stiil penetrate the industry.

Bank of Uganda, UBOS to collect data on real estate

The New Vision, Thursday, 26th May 2011

THE Bank of Uganda has teamed up with the Uganda Bureau of Statistics (UBOS) to collect data on the prices of real estate to bolster the supervision of the construction sector.

“The rising prices of land and housing are partly the reason that the West had a financial crisis.

“We are partnering with UBOS to capture the average price of land to analyse the risks that the construction sector poses to the financial sector,” said Robert Mbabazire, the Central Bank assistant director at the supervision department.

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