A country of breath-taking beauty and natural real estate, buying property in Zambia will introduce you to warm, friendly people and a wealth of wildlife and wide-open spaces. As it is one of the world’s 20 least densely populated countries, property in Zambia has become increasingly sought after and is poised for even more peri-urban area developments. On the other hand and equally as charming; farms for sale in Zambia offer a quiet lifestyle for those looking to settle away from the city buzz. Ready to fall in love with a property that’s perfect for you? It’s time to start your search. 

During the past decade, significant investments in key sectors and the overall infrastructure of Zambia has led to solid economic growth and a budding property market. The country is expected to continue its high level of growth and development, making a home or farm in Zambia a savvy investment. Its two primary business hubs are the capital city, Lusaka and the Copperbelt Province, which is the centre of Zambia’s mining industry. Over the past 5 years, these business centres have experienced unprecedented growth in interest in houses for sale in Zambia and the property market on a whole. Read on to learn more about the houses and farms for sale in Zambia and let our team help you find something that’s perfect for you. 

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Explore Africa

Surrounded by Angola, Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Malawi, Tanzania and Democratic Republic of Congo, a property in Zambia presents the ideal base from which to explore Africa.

Game viewing

Game viewing

Zambia is blessed with some of the best natural game viewing venues in the world, offering access to over 20 protected national parks. This commitment to eco-conservation, coupled with a strong anti-poaching movement, has placed Zambia in the enviable position of providing some of Africa’s finest wildlife adventures. Farms for sale in Zambia are extremely popular for this very reason.



Zambia’s tourism capital boasts an array of activities around the magnificent Victoria Falls. During the last decade, the number of tourists visiting Livingstone has increased to over 250,000 per year. This boom in eco-tourism has resulted in unique property development and Zambian real estate opportunities.

Wonderful waterfalls

Wonderful waterfalls

With access to a vast water supply, Zambia is home to an array of waterfalls, the most famous of which is Victoria Falls, a number of lakes throughout the country and vast areas of swampland. The Zambezi, Kafue and Luangwa rivers as well as lakes Tanganyika, Kariba and Mweru offer excellent opportunities for adventure and nature lovers. 

Living in Zambia

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Zambia offers a wide range of both public and private schools concentrated near the larger cities and industrial areas, catering to students of all ages. Here you will also find a choice of several technicons and numerous universities offering higher education.


Throughout the country are various clinics and over 13 mission hospitals which offer a range of care and specialised treatments for the whole family.


In the busy city centre of Lusaka you’ll find various fashion and lifestyle shops to meet your every need within the Arcades Shopping Mall. Smaller towns and cities offer convenient shops for your everyday essentials while the local craftsmen offer an ever-inspired range of art and crafted wares.


As a landlocked country, Zambia offers easy access to its neighbouring African countries. There are also a number of airports dotted around this region, the largest being the Kenneth Kaunda International Airport in Lusaka.

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