KINGSTON, Jamaica — Over 9,000 houses will be provided for low-income earners over a five-year period, Minister with responsibility for Housing, Dr Morais Guy says.
Making his contribution to the 2013/14 Sectoral Debate in the House of Representatives, Tuesday Dr Guy said this will be realised through partnersh ...more »
Wealth Magazine launched its Home Sweet Home television show, the country's first local real-estate programme, at the weekend.
TVJ aired the first of 13 episodes produced by Wealth's parent company, Creative Media and Events (CME), on Sunday at 4.30pm.
The programme aims to educate and empower Jamaicans venturing in to the field with stories about building, buying and renovating.
RBC, Courts, Adam & Eve Day Spa and the Jamaica Observer are sponsoring the show.
CME is the company behind Wealth Magazine Business Access, now in its fifth year, which has interviewed powerful business minds such as Wisynco's William Mahfood, Sandals' Adam Stewart and MegaMart's Gassan Azan.
The Home Sweet Home launch, at the magazine's monthly corporate mingle at Spanish Court, featured Observer Managing Director Danville Walker who told those attending that real estate was one of the best ways to create wealth.
The magazine was founded as a 64-page (now 120 page) quarterly (now bi-monthly) by Creative Media and Events boss Garth Walker in March 2009.
Observer managing director Danville Walker chats with Leighton Davis, his
counterpart at Creative Media & Events, publishers of Wealth Magazine, at the
launch party for their new TV show, Home Sweet Home.
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