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How difficult is the property purchase process in Kenya?

Foreigners can buy ‘commercial class’ land in Kenya. This type of land is for income or revenue-making purposes. Foreigners are allowed to acquire this and build on it. ‘Agricultural land’ or farm lands cannot be acquired by foreign individuals. ‘Agricultural land’ is usually owned by indigenous people. If purchase is made through a company –…Read More→

Prime Executive Apartments: comfort and elegance

Located in Westlands and Hurlingham, Prime Executive Apartments are your ideal accommodation solution. Space, comfort, security and warm and friendly hotel style service.You deserve great value serviced apartments and we are sure that you will find the apartment accommodation you are looking for at one of our great locations. •     36 one bedroom and 3 three…Read More→

For sale: Longonot Gate Holiday Homes & Golf Resort

Longonot Gate is the premier holiday, golf, leisure, and conference resort city in East Africa. The city is set on 2400 acres of prime land, at the foot of Mt Longonot, near the Rift Valley Resort in the town of Naivasha, only 70 kilometers, -one hour’s drive, from Nairobi. Longonot Gate shall enjoy approximately 1500,…Read More→

Why real estate investors are targeting Langata, Juja, Ridgeways

Are you thinking of investing in real estate in Nairobi, a new survey says you should start thinking Langata, Juja, Ridgeways and Thindigua areas. The Cytonn Real Estate survey which focused on investment opportunity in the residential sector in Nairobi Metropolitan Area says, the areas scored highly either because of proximity to town, low supply…Read More→

Office Space To Let in Westlands

Westlands Business Park is located in Westlands, a rapidly growing business hub. The building has two high speed lifts, a powerful standby generator, and an underground water tank. The perimeter wall has wall trouncing for power, telephone and computer cabling. There is ample parking with four parking slots per office, with a free visitor’s parking…Read More→

Property returns to drop over elections

Returns on investment for residential property is projected to slow down 3.2 percentage points this year on reduced demand following uncertainty around the August 8 polls. Total returns are projected to average 9.4 per cent compared to 12.6 per cent in 2016, a report by Cytonn Real Estate said, attributed to lower price appreciation. The…Read More→