The digital solution dubbed “Mysoa” (which translates as My land in a local language) will be presented on May 26 and 27, 2023, on the Champs Elysees in Paris.
The promoter of the initiative, Monnint Kouleon provided details in an April 4, 2023 briefing in Cocody, in the east of Abidjan.
It is a digital platform that aims to address issues, says the promoter.
It will help tackle scams rife in the real estate world to the benefit of diaspora populations.
The platform is to facilitate transactions by subscribers, he said, adding that a series of conferences will announce their beginning in the French capital.
This project also aims to address the problems of access to real estate in Africa by providing digital solutions, he continued, explaining that the interface can be used with a smartphone or tablet.
Mr. Kouleon added that the issues raised by people living outside African borders include buying, selling, verification and management of real estate assets.
This platform is a way to control its commitments in the process of acquisition and management of real estate in the country, he explained.
For him, with the digitalisation it is possible, from its point of habitation, to control all this.
He went on to say that the interest for this population lies in the fact that it will realise gains in travel and other related costs.
This platform will provide them, moreover, a reliable database on real estate and in the area of their choice, he pointed out, indicating that other economic benefits are related,
“We will allow members to pay for land in a staggered manner in the pilot phase between two years and five years, without contribution and fees,” he said.
This project which tends to cover all the African diaspora is mainly dedicated to the Ivorian community, for its launching phase, Monnint Kouleon explained.