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Greenpark Estate Ad – Courtesy of NTV Kenya

Greenpark, the largest and most successful gated community in Kenya, is a world class award-winning development set in an ideal location that offers tranquil and secure living. With the new release of cluster 7, the development has over 500 occupied houses in 6 clusters. Masterful design and modern luxury are uniquely embodied in the 5 […]

Why Buying Property from a Reputable Developer is the Way to Go

By Paul Adede A property/real estate developer is a person/company who buys land and constructs houses and buildings in order to sell them and make a profit. If you are planning to buy a property, then you should consider doing business with a reputable developer like Superior Homes because this will ensure your investment is […]

Why Live in a Gated Community

By Paul Adede Gated community concept is increasingly becoming popular in the world over. When you think of a gated community, what normally comes to mind are things like safety, security, exclusivity, celebrities, luxury homes, and more. But what else lies beyond those gates? Let’s explore why gated community neighborhoods are the right fit for you […]

Why Buying an Existing Home is Better than Building

Should You Buy or Build a Home? Time and Money The biggest drawbacks to building a house tend to be the higher costs and longer timeframe, both of which can increase throughout the home-building process. In many (but not all) cases it is cheaper to buy an existing home. Once you’ve found a prospective, existing […]

How to avoid being conned when buying land / house

Ask for the title deed You need the title deed to do a search at the Ministry of Lands to confirm the real owner or if the title has any caveat on it. Ensure there are no unpaid rates It is important for a land buyer to confirm with the county governments whether there are […]

Factors of convenience to consider before buying a property

How safe is the area? If you’re staying in a gated community then this shouldn’t pose a problem. If not, then you would have to look at the neighbourhood to see if there are sufficient people living around the neighbourhood or sufficient public resources around. Is the property easily accessible to major roads? To avoid […]