5 Interesting Facts About Real Estate In Kenya

With the recent quarter 2 report released by Hass Consult Real Estate, we picked up on a couple of interesting facts about properties in Kenya: 1.       In 2004, apartments took up 20% of the market and today, apartments take up 41.7% of the market. That’s a two-fold increase in the number of apartments coming up in [...]

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Vote for Buy Rent Kenya!

  We have been nominated for SME of the year in this year’s OLX Social Media Awards! We are excited to have received this nomination for the first time. In order to win, we need your continued support. Please vote for us here! Voting will close on October 1.

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Spotlight: Andrew Salmon, Karen Hills

  Building your dream home requires the right architectural design combined with the perfect location. Karen Hills offers that and more! Here’s what Andrew Salmon, the Sales and Marketing Manager of Lordship Africa, had to say about the beautiful plots in Karen: Tell me more about yourself and Karen Hills For the last 12 years [...]

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Search & Win Competition Terms & Conditions

  Official Rules By participating in this contest, you acknowledge that the promotion is no way sponsored, endorsed, or administered by, or associated with Facebook or Twitter. By entering the contest, you agree to be bound by these Terms and Conditions, which will be interpreted by Buyrentkenya at its sole discretion. All decisions taken by [...]

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Spotlight: Njenga Muchekehu, RE/MAX Mahale

I sat down and had a chat with Njenga Muchekehu of RE/MAX Mahale about the real estate company’s recent partnership with RE/MAX and his insights into Kenya’s real estate market. Here’s what he had to say: Tell me more about yourself and RE/MAX Mahale? I’m 24 years old, I graduated from USIU last year August [...]

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How to Save for your First Home

The following is a guest post from Mercy Gichanga   Just like choosing what career path to take or settling down into marriage, so is buying your first home. It is a life-changing experience and a really big deal at that. It can either be a horrendous or fulfilling depending on how you choose to [...]

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Joint Venture Development

The following is a guest post from Wilfred Andama, the project manager of Myspace Properties After 50 years of independence, Kenya is still experiencing a very high housing deficit due to the lack of housing mainly for the low income earners. This is because the types of properties that are put on the market today [...]

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