Following the recent floods in Ghana that has killed at least thirty-five people, I am motivated to share experiences, I have learned from my father in his book ‘Land Buying Stories’.
The recent floods in the country which meteorologists say as a result of global warming has been called the most disastrous in recent years.
Ghana is one of the countries that suffered most of the rainfall in June and July each year. The intensity of rainfall is berfluktasi between the years with several years of experience very heavy jasa ukur tanah semarang rain than others.
But for the last year and this year, rain has been so strong that it has caused flooding in most countries. Floods have raised the destruction of illegal structures most of the houses in the drains. Government do in order to create a foundation for the water to minimize flood damage come together
This means you have to be careful what you buy the land and where it is located. The following points will serve as suggestions for you to follow when you go to buy land in any part of the country.
First, I will share with you what my father said would prevent you acquire land that has so many court cases on it or land that has the potential to generate disputes. When you go to buy the land, especially in the Greater Accra Region, apart from legal documents, persuade traditional authority to pour offerings in particular land. serious confidence in the offerings by Ga’s (owner of the land in this area) will prevent them from deceiving their gods by selling this land to the second party.
One thing worth noting is where your head to buy land, because bnayak dispute chiefs and a court order to sell out the ground in many of these areas, you have to ask and know the right head that you can sell to your soil. There are cases where illegal head had been sold out of land to individuals and the land could be seized later.
Second, when deciding to buy land, do it in the rainy season, sehinggan when you go to the site and depth of a puddle of water on land is in your knee, it means that one day is how much water will be collected at your home. If on the other hand the land dries quickly after the rain, you have good soil you can buy.
Thirdly you have to look out for this type of shrub that locally called ‘sre3’ in the language. This shrub grows easily in flood-prone land. When you go to buy land and you see the type of plants, you may have to reconsider in the rainy season to confirm your suspicions.
Also very important is your financial standing. This way you can take the risk of buying land prone to flooding because you were able to establish a foundation that will prevent water from flowing into your home when it rains.