Houses For Sale in Namibia Windhoek

Houses For Sale in Namibia Windhoek

What is House?

A house is a single-unit residential building. It may range in complexity from a rudimentary hut to a complex structure of wood, masonry, concrete or other material, outfitted with plumbing, electrical, and heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems.

Houses For Sale in Namibia Windhoek

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the average price of a house in Windhoek Namibia?

In effect, the luxury housing segment printed a 12-month average growth in house prices of 38.3% over the same period – a recurring theme since the beginning of 2021. As such, the 12-month average house price in Windhoek was recorded at N$1 1297 000, down by 1.7% quarter-on-quarter and up by 5.7% year-on-yyear.

How much does a house cost in Namibia?

On average, the average house in the coastal region is now priced at N$1 179 000. Overall, the medium and large housing segments continue to dominate home sales in this region, showing volume index growth of 59.5% and 87.9% y/y at the end of March 202o, respectively.

Is it expensive to live in Windhoek?

A family of four estimated monthly costs are 1,769.3$ (33,567.3N$) without rent. A single person estimated monthly costs are 509.8$ (9,672.7N$) without rent. Windhoek is 69.6% less expensive than New York (without rent). Rent in Windhoek is, on average, 88.9% lower than in New York.

Is Windhoek a good place to live?

With its stable, democratically elected government, Namibia enjoys very low levels of political and ethnic tensions. As a result, Windhoek is safer than many other African capitals and violent crime, attacks and discrimination against foreign residents are rare.

Is Windhoek hot or cold?

The summer months (Dec – Feb) are hot with temperatures rarely dropping below 18°C. November is the hottest month and temperatures can reach 45°C in the shade. The winter months (Jun – Aug) are mild and sunny with night-time temperatures frequently dropping below 5°C.

Is Namibia affordable to live in?

A single person estimated monthly costs are 521.3$ (9,528.9N$) without rent. Cost of living in Namibia is, on average, 56.9% lower than in United States. Rent in Namibia is, on average, 76.5% lower than in United States.

Is Namibia a good place to live?

Safety. Namibia is generally a very safe country, especially compared to neighboring South Africa. Still, the high rate of poverty and unemployment leads to a fair amount of opportunistic crime. The most common types of crimes are pickpocketing, purse-snatching, and vehicle theft and break-ins.

Where is the best place to live in Namibia?

Best cities to live in Namibia

  • Windhoek. Liveability. $799. 431K.
  • Rehoboth. Liveability. $780. 28.8K.
  • Walvis Bay. Liveability. $789. 85K.
  • Swakopmund. Liveability. $803. 34.3K.
  • Tsumeb. Liveability. $774. 19.3K.
  • Otjiwarongo. Liveability. $780. 28.2K.
  • Gobabis. Liveability. $780. 19.1K.
  • Mariental. Liveability. $777. 12.5K.

Is Namibia a rich or poor country?

Political stability and sound economic management have helped poverty reduction and allowed Namibia to become an upper-middle-income country. However, socioeconomic inequalities—the legacy of apartheid systems of government in the past—remain extremely high and were worsened by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Can a foreigner live in Namibia?

Foreigners can gain permanent residency in Namibia after ten years of residence. The Namibia residence by investment program provides a five-year residence permit, which is renewable before the permit expires. After renewal for an additional five years, foreigners can apply for permanent residency.