Only 42% of the city’s current buildings make the cut for long-term human habitation.
Developers and investors have been capitalizing on its provisions to secure support and facilitation from the government for their cash-intensive construction projects.
Here are the positives and negatives of each low-capital investment option for real estate in Kenya.
Construction sites in Kenya are, undeniably, easy targets for various forms of theft.
We’ve broken down construction figures into building costs per square metre for the three main Kenyan regions – Nairobi, Western, and Coast.
The process of building rarely goes off-track overnight. Multiple issues usually pile up over the long haul before they ultimately ruin the entire project.