Mr. Ebenezer Afrane
Staff Grade
Assistant Lecturer
Department of Estate Management
Faculty of Built and Natural Environment

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Ebenezer Afrane is an academic staff at the Department of Estate Management. He has more than eight years teaching experience as well as researching and mentoring of students at the Department. In addition, he has contributed to programme development for accreditation and re-accreditation. He has well served in various committees at both Faculty and University levels. Former Department Exam Officer as well as Department Representative at Institute of Distance and Continuing Education (I.D.C.E). He received his MSc Real Estate from University of Technology, Malaysia (UTM) in 2014 and a Higher National Diploma in Estate Management from Kumasi Technical University (formerly Kumasi Polytechnic), Ghana in 2006.

MSc. Real Estate

BSc. Admin (Accounting)

H.N.D. Estate Management.

Housing, Sustainable Real Estate Development

Valuation, Real Estate Development

Hassan Shuaibu Liman, Ibrahim Sipan, Isaac Ayodele Olatunji, Ebenezer Afrane (2015), “Hedonic Modelling of Determinants of House Price in Minna, Nigeria”. Asia International Conference on Emerging Issues in Economics and Finance (EIEF) December, 2015, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

  1. Ebenezer Afrane and Ahmad Ariffian Bin Bujang (2022), “An Examination of Private Real Estate Developers’ Perspectives on Effectiveness of Government Support to the Ghanaian Housing Industry”. International Journal of Social Science and Humanity, Vol. 12, No. 2, pp 66-71
  2. Iddrisu Kasim, Ibrahim Sipan, Dzurllkanian @ Zulkarnain Daud, Kamalahasan Achu, Ebenezer Afrane (2020), “Implementation of Environmental Sustainability Strategies for Real Estate Development in Developing Nations: An Empirical Study from Ghana”. International Journal of Real Estate Studies 14:2 (2020), pp 56-72
  3. Ebenezer Afrane, Ahmad Ariffian Bin Bujang, Hassan Shuaibu Liman, Iddrisu Kasim (2016), “Major Factors Causing Housing Deficit in Ghana”. Journal of Developing Country Studies, Vol. 6 No. 2 pp 139-147