Town Houses For Sale in Windhoek Namibia

Town Houses For Sale in Windhoek Namibia

What is Town House?

A townhouse, townhome, town house, or town home, is a type of terraced housing. A modern townhouse is often one with a small footprint on multiple floors. In a different British usage, the term originally referred to any type of city residence of someone whose main or largest residence was a country house.

Town Houses For Sale in Windhoek Namibia

Property for sale in Windhoek by RE/MAX of Southern Africa. We have a range of houses, flats and apartments for sale in Windhoek and across Namibia.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is real estate a good investment in Namibia?

Namibia is currently seen as favourable for property investment due to the good investment to value ratio and the accommodating Tax laws.

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.

Can a foreigner buy a house in Namibia?

Except for agricultural land, there are no restrictions on nonresident foreigners and legal aliens owning property in Namibia. Most property ownerships are freehold.

How much is an apartment in Namibia?

Cost of Living in Namibia

Rent Per MonthEdit
Apartment (1 bedroom) in City Centre6,125.00N$
Apartment (1 bedroom) Outside of Centre4,595.38N$
Apartment (3 bedrooms) in City Centre14,530.92N$

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 can I become a Namibian citizen?

Citizenship can be obtained in Namibia after ten years of legal status. Currently you can obtain citizenship through naturalization, permanent residence status for ten years and through marriage/certificate of identity status or by descent.

Can you immigrate to Namibia?

You need the following documentation to apply for Immigration to Namibia and one of it’s visas or long-term permits: A completed Namibia visa or permit application form. A valid passport with three blank pages. Ensure that you still have six months left on your passport.

What is the cheapest city to live in Namibia?


Market research manager at First National Bank of Namibia Holdings Daniel Kavishe told The Namibian yesterday that from a foreigner’s perspective, Windhoek is a cheap city to live in, especially if an individual is paid in foreign currency such as the US dollar.

What is the best area to live in Namibia?

Best cities to live in Namibia

  • Windhoek. Liveability. $716. 431K.
  • Rehoboth. Liveability. $686. 28.8K.
  • Walvis Bay. Liveability. $726. 85K.
  • Swakopmund. Liveability. $769. 34.3K.
  • Tsumeb. Liveability. $731. 19.3K.
  • Otjiwarongo. Liveability. $709. 28.2K.
  • Gobabis. Liveability. $713. 19.1K.
  • Oshikango. Liveability. $748. 12.4K.

Why are houses so expensive in Namibia?

Skyrocketing house prices are linked to the slow supply of serviced land on the market. “The time taken for land delivery is primarily due to cumbersome approval processes, which include varying departments of the city and government,” said Desmond Howard, an architect and Windhoek property developer.

How much does it cost to build a 3 bedroom house in Namibia?

Building a 3-bedroom house in Namibia costs N$300,000-N$700,000 on average. In cities, the cost of building a house is higher than in rural areas: For instance, the cost of building a 3-bedroom house in the capital city of Namibia, Windhoek, is N$450,000-N$700,000 on average.