“One of the questions I frequently ask most working young people, and by young, I mean of ages between 21 to 35 years is “Why invest in property?”
I ask this because according to the real estate industry players there is a rising number of millennials especially young women investing in land and houses. This is attributed to a growing population of young people that are “woke” on matters investments and money, armed with investments plans and are money hungry.
Over the past few months, I asked 8 other young men and women to weigh in on the matter, as well. Their answers were quite fascinating (and so different).
I’ll be sharing my findings in the blogs that will be streaming in weekly. Keep it here.
Have you ever thought to yourself?
“What’s the right age for me to invest in property? I’m I too young for this?”
“How do I go about getting a place to stay in Nairobi as an expatriate without hurting my budget?”
“What’s does it take to be a real estate agent?”
“Should I rent or should I buy?”
“Are there conferences that I can attend about property investment?’’
“What are the pros and cons of both building from scratch and buying?’’
“What are the local holidays in Kenya that I need to know as an expat?’’
“What are some of the funny and interesting encounters realtors face during a showing?’’
“What site should I visit when looking for listed properties on the internet?’’
“I want to buy a house/land, where do I start whom do I talk to?”
“I want to save and buy my own home, but I just lack the self-discipline to make this happen. How do I meet my goal?”
“I want to sell my house/land but I dread real estate agencies. What are my options?”
“What is it like to host on Airbnb?”
If you’ve had some of these thoughts then this blog is for you!
Author: Susan Rono
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