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Home to one of the oldest deserts on the planet and the second largest canyon in the world; Namibia is a land of contrasts wedged between South Africa, Botswana, Angola, Zambia and Zimbabwe. Our team offers property services, marketing of residential property or farms for sale or to rent, lifestyle estates, retirement villages, security cluster complexes and free standing homes. View the available houses, apartments and farms for sale in Namibia below to find a property that’s perfect for you.
Dubbed ‘the land of big sky’, Namibia is a country of soul and unspoiled natural beauty where well-developed infrastructure, combined with political and economic stability offers unique property investment opportunities. The Namibian real estate market is evolving into a more mature, modern landscape, catering to the more sophisticated and discerning client through the provision of innovative, new solutions.
The country has also seen an increase in the development of Lifestyle Estates in the residential market and turn key products for clients the in retail and commercial sectors. Farms for sale in Namibia are extremely popular as 46% of the country’s total surface area is suitable for livestock; the single-largest contributor to the GDP for agriculture. Read on to get better acquainted with Namibia or use the search below to find that dream property.
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The Namibian town of Swakopmund lies on a river mouth, lapped by the Atlantic Ocean and surrounded by the Namib Desert’s iconic sand dunes.
137 Properties to buy
13 Long term rentals
Windhoek is the administrative, commercial and industrial heart of Namibia in the south west of Africa. This modest city is accentuated by natural beauty and a rich cultural history.
231 Properties to buy
22 Long term rentals
A visit to Sossusvlei should be on everyone’s bucket-list and the Fish River Canyon is a must see geological masterpiece. The adventurous will want to take their 4x4s for many a challenging spin around the desert areas of Namibia.
Wild and wonderful
Namibia is divided into 14 vegetation zones ranging from desert and semi-desert to savannah and woodland. These vegetation zones support a wealth of flora and fauna, including numerous endemic species and an incredible array of wildlife, including the Big 5.
Parks and conservation
With its distinctive chalky appearance and large pan, Etosha National Park is one of the country’s greatest game viewing destinations. Numerous other national parks and private reserves have been established to preserve the land, including the Namib-Naukluft Park (one of Africa’s largest) and the Namib-Skeleton Coast Park that stretches from the Orange River in the south to the Kunene in the north.
The rich ethnic diversity of Namibia is represented by the resplendent Himba in the Kunene region, many of whom still wear traditional dress; the Herero, whose women are adorned in distinctive Victorian-style multi-layered skirts and headdresses; the Owambo; the Nama and Damara; the San to those with German, Afrikaans and European heritage.
Telephone: +264 61 250 144
Address: Unit 256 The Grove Mall of Namibia, c/o Frankie Fredericks & Chasie, Kleine Kuppe, Windhoek, 9000, Khomas
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