Cheap African Real Estate


Cheap African Real Estate

“Cheap African Real Estate” is the new ebook by architect/designer and author William Edward Summers that lists some of the least expensive real estate on the market in Africa. Unlike the United States there is no multiple listing service in Africa so locating the best buys requires much research as well as the right connections. The listings are direct links to the sellers.

Just like California in the fifties Africa is a region that is exploding with opportunity for real estate investors. Between now and the end of the century demographers believe that the African population will grow from 1.3 billion today to 4 billion., with Nigeria alone increasing to 1 billion people. This is many times the post war boom in the US that brought record prosperity to America for over half a century. Right now six out of ten of the world’s fastest growing economies are in Africa. To put this growth into perspective consider that during the last ten years the increase in the GDP of the U.S. and China was in the 7% range while Nigeria’s was 164%.

Within the pages of “Cheap African Real Estate” are incredible deals such as beachfront building lots for only a few thousand dollars, and a condominium with a view of all three Pyramids for the price of a used car. The most valuable land on earth is in Africa thanks to it’s natural resources that include gold, diamonds, oil, industrial minerals, precious gems, rare hardwood forests, and excellent farmland with flora and fauna of every kind.  Surprisingly, even in mega-resource rich Sierra Leone and the Congo there are deals presented in the book.

“Cheap African Real Estate” is available directly from  in PDF form during the pre-release for the first two weeks. Next is the Amazon Kindle release. As with all real estate the early bird gets the worm, and at the best price I might add. So those looking for the next big thing in real estate might want to obtain  “Cheap African Real Estate” now.

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$4.99 USD



The “Country” of African America

Black belt map

Map from “Facing South”

African America

By; William Edward Summers

African Americans have had a very difficult history in North America. Everyone knows the story; kidnapped in Africa, enslaved for several hundred years in America, followed by six generations of extremely harsh segregation, then the battle for legal civil rights, and finally an uneasy underclass position. During the last one hundred-twenty years there was a large migration of African Americans from the South to the North, primarily cities like Chicago, New York City, Detroit, and other industrial hubs. Now the factories are gone, destroyed by the forces of globalism, so a growing migration back to the South seems to be a solution for many, especially those who are younger, and don’t have personal memories of its old, violently racist history. The South definitely has unresolved problems, and is still the center of American racist culture and heritage. But one fact is important; the South has the highest concentration of Blacks in the USA. It is home to an area that in the past was called “The Black Belt”, because of the high percentage of Blacks in the population. When mapped, a number of High percentage Black counties line the Mississippi River in Mississippi, even up to Arkansas, and spread east to Charleston, Savannah, and up towards Washington DC. This Area is the region in the United States that is the “homeland” of Americans of African descent.

Much development of the infrastructure of African America was completed by the ancestors of the last one hundred fifty years. The establishment of Black towns is one important development. This list by “Soul of America is an excellent list of the many Black towns in the U.S.A

A similar phenomenon occurred in Canada, where surprisingly, a fairly large number of Black towns were formed. First were the Black settlements founded by those who escaped enslavement in the united states via the underground railroad.. This resource provides some early history:

Today there is a substantial number of West African, and people from the Caribbean in Toronto, and Ottawa. Montreal has the most French speaking Africans. Halifax is probably the city which has the most well known Black history.  Canada in  general has far less overt racism than the United States , and a much lower crime rate. Find out more about Black Canada at Afro Toronto:

The development of African America is well underway.  The question is what direction will it’s development take in the near future, and what can be done to facilitate development.