Vacant Land For Sale in Namibia

Vacant Land For Sale in Namibia

What is Vacant Land ?

Land that has no buildings on it and is not being used: a real-estate business specializing in the sale of vacant land. (Definition of vacant land from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

Vacant Land For Sale in Namibia

Property for sale and rent in Namibia by RE/MAX of Southern Africa. We offer a wide range of houses for sale and to rent all over the country.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can a foreigner buy land in Namibia?

The first step for foreigners who want to buy properties in Namibia is to obtain permission from the Ministry of Lands and Resettlement. This permission is required because Namibian law prohibits foreigners from owning land in certain areas, including communal lands, nature reserves, and national parks.

What is the average price of land in Namibia?

The average market price for plots is estimated at an. average of N$1,200.00 per square until N$1,900.00. depending on the location.

Where to land in Namibia?

There are two international airports in Namibia: Hosea Kutako International Airport (HKIA / WDH) in the capital Windhoek, and Walvis Bay International Airport (WVB) at the Atlantic Ocean west coast. The airport in Windhoek is by far the main airport for international arrivals.

Where is the land cheapest?

The most affordable land is found in the northern Indian states of Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, and Madhya Pradesh.

Where are land prices cheapest?

The ten states with the cheapest land are Arizona, New Mexico, Mississippi, Colorado, Arkansas, New York, Missouri, Oregon, Alabama, and Michigan. Arizona is the cheapest state to buy land with a median price of $4,164 per acre.

Is Namibia a good place to relocate to?

Namibia is one of the safest countries in Africa and its democracy is one of the continent’s most stable, having held several peaceful multi-party elections since its independence. It enjoys particularly good relations with South Africa, and, in fact, the South African rand is legal tender in Namibia.

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.

Is property expensive in Namibia?

It is becoming exorbitantly expensive to own a house in Namibia, which has been ranked as the country with the world’s highest property inflation – a position held by Dubai last year.

Can a foreigner get a job in Namibia?

Requirements to Obtain Namibia Work Visas

Foreign nationals will need to provide the following documents during the work permit application process: A signed and completed application form. A passport that’s valid for at least three months beyond the projected expiration of the work permit. Two passport photographs.

Is it easy to find work in Namibia?

Namibia is a sought after destination for job seekers. It’s stable economy and varied sector growth makes it an attractive proposition for early career and senior professionals alike. Taxation is broadly inline with other countries in the region, and social security covers all residents.