Guest Contributor | Jul 29, 2020 | 0
Aiming to be best-in-class
“Our mission is to be the best-in-class real estate investment and development company in our country,” said David. The company offers brokerage for residential,commercial and industrial properties, property management, portfolio management, disposition services, development and real estate investment consultancy services.
Malakia David was born and raised in Namibia, he attended Concordia College where he believes he was exposed to many opportunities and developed his mind as an entrepreneur. He was enrolled at UNAM to study Marine Biology but he decided to chase after his passion instead. He later had the opportunity to take part in Military training and this is where he found that he gained the self-discipline and drive he needed to start Tuhafifa Real Estate.
“Initially I wanted to focus on media but I later changed to Real Estate because that is where my passion lies and I have always been fascinated by estates,” he said. A fully functional website is set up and displays all the current and future projects this company is to embark on.
Tuhafifa makes use of experienced professionals concerning all its dealings. “Currently we outsource individuals who have the knowledge and skills required to advise and give guidance on our projects, they also make up part of the company’s executives,” he explained.
“Our investment opportunities make investors aware of what is available and when they take up interests, we follow it through.” David added that the development process is a confidential process but is effective nonetheless, “we are always on the look out for investors to partner with for private equity projects, they are always welcome on board to see what we offer.”
He said that since his childhood going to school he had always been the best in class and wants to maintain this level of excellence in his professional career. He advised, “ think then act, not the other way around. Organise plans and line up your strategies. Think and grow rich, ignorance is detrimental to our society.”