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Open day at Ombala Estates in Ondangwa brings home ownership one step closer for first-time buyers

Open day at Ombala Estates in Ondangwa brings home ownership one step closer for first-time buyers

For the first time in the history of property development in the North, prospective buyers will have the opportunity this coming Saturday to view a show house in Ondangwa’s Ombala Estates, to reserve a plot, and then to get both a home loan and life insurance from the developer.

On Saturday 24 February, Trustco Properties is launching its Ombala Estates complete with tarred roads, serviced erven, and a fully-built show house to give new home owners an exact view how their investment will turn into reality.

Trustco Properties said the envisaged properties in the estate are fit for a king with some properties covering almost 600 m2 . The property developer bets that the size of the land will entice more first-time home owners as it allows for extensions at a later stage.

The larger Ombala Estate also has land earmarked for light industrial, general residential, business and commercial zoning. Trustco Properties said it has more than 130,000 square metres of land available for future development.

The show day is intended for the whole family with lots of entertainment for the children. “There will also be representatives of Trustco Properties, Trustco 4 Life and Trustco Bank Namibia to assist you on your journey into home ownership, taking you from purchasing your land to building a home to raise your family. First time home owners are encouraged to purchase their future kingdom at Ombala Estates with no deposit required for pre-approved clients,” said Trustco Properties.



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