Keble, the fast-growing startup enabling Africans to invest in global real estate with as little as $10

by Digital Brainiacs
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When unfavourable macroeconomic conditions have seen the finances of many employees worldwide dwindle, Keble provides an easy opportunity for Africans at home and abroad to build wealth by investing in the global real estate market with little capital.

While real estate is considered one of the best investments because of its low risk and favourable returns, many young Africans do not have the financial power to purchase or develop landed properties, a means to access the global real estate market, or the patience to reap the high rewards from such investments when they mature over time.

Emmanuel Oballa, Josemaria Agulanna, Valentine Offiah, and Adebisi Borokinni sought a way to help Africans invest seamlessly and worked on a model during the COVID-19 pandemic. Their brainchild, now Keble, has already helped thousands of Africans earn thousands of dollars in investment returns.

Keble is one of the 12 startups recently announced as a member of the 2023 cohort of the ARM Labs…

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