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10 Benefits of Living In An Apartment

Making the life decision as to where you rest your head every night and live your life during the day can be a daunting task to say the least.  A final conclusion of this magnitude requires clear thought and concise evaluation.  To help with this decision here are 10 benefits of apartment living. Financial The […]

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Serviced apartments and its benefits

Serviced apartments are self-contained and fully furnished apartments (usually condo units) designed for short term to medium term stays with all the facilities and fittings you need for an extended trip away from home. It is like having a condo unit that is serviced like a hotel. Serviced properties give a more homely feeling because […]

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Real Estate and Property Market in Parklands

Established in the late 1930s, Parklands has grown to be amongst Nairobi’s most sought after commercial and residential suburb due to its proximity to the city centre. The area houses the upper middle class and Kenya’s vibrant Asian business community and, therefore, offers a melting point of sorts. Most of Parklands housing architecture has strong […]

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The increasing Demand of godowns and Warehouses in Nairobi

Property developers are cashing in on the increasing demand for the warehouses in industrial, manufacturing and storage activities. This has spread the risks from the very competitive and tight high end residential and commercial property segments. The current business trends in outsourcing non-core activities to supply chain partners has attributed to the demand increase. Dunhill […]

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What loan caps mean for property investors

Property developers could be the biggest winners in the law on bank interest rates signed by President Uhuru Kenyatta last week. Players see a situation where property developers could get preferential treatment from banks, since they are considered low-risk to financial institutions. The President assented to the Banking Amendment Act 2015, which caps interest rates […]