Housing is part of the Big 4 and several opportunities present themselves looking for available investors to pick these hanging fruit. Here are three ways on how diaspora can be part of this:
In our endeavours to push business in Europe, we shared recent photos on Kenya and her latest advancements. To the surprise of many, (Kenyans and some Europeans who were attending our investment meetings) they literally could not believe what they saw as we pitched about Kenya and why they should wire their Euros to Kenya
It is Barely 36 hours since she landed in Kenya, and Olivia is on her way to Kitengela – one of the most beautiful places to own property in Nairobi’s Metropolis. She is accompanied by her three ‘girlfriends’, her best friends on this side of the planet. Her Mission: To buy a parcel of land
So, here is the big question; is there a property bubble in Kenya? This query has popped up repeatedly, especially in local property market fora. And according to Mr. George Wachiuri, the CEO of one of the leading property firm in Kenya, Optiven Limited, a property bubble isn’t something that is envisaged in Kenya in
Many years after they have settled down in foreign lands, countless Diaspora immigrants lose touch with their mother countries, and the many opportunities that are ripe and ready to be seized back at home. Worst still, there are not as many reliable channels to help bridge this existing information gap.
1. Famous brand products When was the last time that you bought something primarily because of the brand? Many people do this. Try to look for items that are similar, but without the brand name logo on it.