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Perceptions on housing affordability among the working class in Accra

Show simple item record Kamasa, Kelvin 2017-12-11T12:48:21Z 2017-12-11T12:48:21Z 2017-04
dc.description Thesis submitted to the Department of Business Administration, Ashesi University College, in partial fulfillment of Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration, April 2017. en_US
dc.description.abstract Housing provision in the country has seen a number of interventions by the Government of Ghana to improve the housing situation through the construction of affordable housing units in the country. Nonetheless, this has not been enough to curb the housing deficit in the country. Housing provided by the private sector tend to be above the means of low and middle-income earners in the country. This paper aims at finding the perceptions of people within the working class on housing affordability in Accra. A quantitative approach was adopted for this study. Purposive sampling technique was adopted in undertaking this study. A sample size of 205 was used for this study. Responses were analyzed using Microsoft Excel and PSPP. Findings from the study revealed that age happens to be a moderator for home ownership among high-income earners; mortgages rates are considered not affordable; and housing perceived as not affordable within the selected study areas. en_US
dc.description.sponsorship Ashesi University College en_US
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.subject housing provision en_US
dc.subject government en_US
dc.subject private sector en_US
dc.subject middle-income en_US
dc.subject low-income en_US
dc.subject affordability en_US
dc.subject Accra en_US
dc.subject Ghana en_US
dc.title Perceptions on housing affordability among the working class in Accra en_US
dc.type Thesis en_US

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