There are several reasons why investing in real estate while living in the diaspora can be a good idea. Here are a few samples you need to consider. 1. Diversification:…
Laikipia County is one of the 47 counties found in Kenya. The county boarders two agricultural giants that is Nyeri and Meru County making it a suitable agricultural market centre. Other counties surrounding and bordering Laikipia are Nakuru County, Baringo County and Isiolo County
Most people are full of questions about how they can invest in real estate, real estate poses a variety of opportunities where one can invest as follows:
As an alternative, it provides someone else the chance to construct something on your property. A common fallacy about buying land is that it doesn't produce any income, won't increase in value, and that's generally undesirable. Landowners contend that these are major misconceptions. Purchasing land has a lot of monetary and administrative advantages.
Real Estate is a diverse market, and investors who take well-chosen Real Estate assets benefit from tax breaks, returns, and positive cash flow. Is it usually the case, though? While some people gain from these, there are many obstacles for Kenyans in the diaspora when it comes to Real Estate investing.
Nanyuki is a tourist attraction town. With over 10 conservancies, with the most sought-after being Ol Pejeta, Lewa conservancy, and Mount Kenya wildlife conservancy, Nanyuki offers you a unique chance to experience more than 80 species of wildlife for example Elephants, Lions, Zebra, and Giraffes among others
Nyota Njema will conduct an investment tour next month from 5th October to 26th October in the United Kingdom. Join Us as we share exciting investment opportunities back in Kenya. Become part of this amazing Investment Tour by booking your slot through the link below and also share to your friends and relative in the UK
British army Training Unit Kenya Grounds are present by long-standing cooperative agreements with the nation, the British Army maintains a training support unit called the British Army Training Unit Kenya (BATUK) in Nanyuki.