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From £ 117,500
5-Star Lakeside Development With Magnificent Views
Invest in one of the most exciting and fastest emerging markets in the world. The expansive design engages guests from the moment of arrival, where a breathtaking panorama of pools and sinuous water features evokes a charming bay, drawing the eye towards to the glistening waters of Lake Malawi. This is the world’s fourth largest freshwater lake by volume, the ninth largest by area, stretching up to 580 kilometres in length and 75 kilometres at its widest point. It hosts a significant and unique mix of more than 1,000 species of fish and other shoreline wildlife.
Throughout the resort, vernacular design elements are harmoniously melded with contemporary world-class interiors. The result is naturally ventilated indoor-outdoor areas, textured and organic surface finishes, ethnic crafts and artworks that immerse guests in local culture and heritage while sacrificing none of the mod-cons and creature comforts expected of a five-star resort.
Achieve Excellent Returns
– Guaranteed yield of 9% net
– 10% Net cash-back during construction period
– Increased Buy-back with various options available
– Freehold apartments with & lake and pool views
– Swimming Pools
– Beach Club
– Bars including Pool Bar
– Fitness Gym Room
– Dedicated Spa
– Luxurious Treatment Suites
– Kids Club
– Variety of Water Sports
– Function & Meeting Rooms
– Wedding Pavilion
– The developer currently has 55 completed and operating resorts
– Currently represented in 31 locations, in 17 countries and 3000 investors
– Only the most beautiful & fastest-growing destinations in the world ever chosen
– Hassle-free turnkey investment giving high rental returns to our investors
– Fully serviced and managed resort inclusive of incremental refurbishments
Tourist arrivals are on track to surpass 1,000,000 annually.
Blessed with verdant National Parks, wildlife reserves and the azure expanses of its namesake lake, Malawi abounds in natural beauty. The country’s rich flora and fauna and is certain to enthral both the sun-seeker and wildlife lover alike. Adrenaline junkies can engage in numerous outdoors activities, from a plethora of water sports to safaris and mountain climbing. Malawi is also renowned as the “Warm Heart of Africa” owing to the legendary friendliness of her people. The population numbers over 18 million, with a healthy growth rate of 3.3%. English is widely spoken. A landlocked nation, it shares borders with Mozambique, Tanzania, Zimbabwe and Zambia. It is also one of the safest places to visit, with all manner of weapons outlawed and the government is supporting swift and sustainable hospitality infrastructure development.
A Few Good Reasons Why To Invest In Malawi
The contribution from travel and tourism to Malawi’s GDP is slated to rise by 4.7% p.a. from 2018-2028 to USD 362 million.
The travel industry is set to increase its total employment to 707,000 jobs by 2028, a rise of 2.9% p.a. from 2018.
Visitor exports are forecasted to grow by 2.9% p.a. from 2018-2028 to USD 45.8 million.
Political stability and security. Malawi has never had civil war and is a haven of peace, with a stable political climate.
Liberal economy and political will. The government co-invests strategically, supporting private sector growth.
Attractive labour market. Large, well-educated, honest, hardworking and trainable English speaking manpower.
Expanding economy. Stable growth year-on-year since 2007 despite global economic setbacks.
Developing infrastructure. All key sectors of industry including transportation, real estate and ICT are seeing high growth rates.
Africa has been growing in popularity among investors over the decades. Its current 1.2 billion population (some 15% of the world’s total) is set to reach 1.7 billion by 2030, with business spending projected to hit 6.7 trillion USD. The continent remains relatively undeveloped with a low per capita income that translates into immense growth opportunities. Also by 2030, the UN estimates that sub-Saharan Africa will account for about half the increase in the global workforce.
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