Over the last few weeks we’ve been looking at how to ensure your purchases are fool proof. Today we wish to explore some more seemingly obvious points but which are sometimes ignored. Lets go: 1. Road access: seems very obvious but always make
Good day, Following the last two editions (one and two) on how to buy the right property, today we sail into the last and rarely taken note of – the economics! So you’ve checked the seller out – tick. Checked the land
Good afternoon, Last week we went through ‘how to find out if the seller of a property is indeed the seller’.If you missed it, you can always check it out from here: https://kayungirizi.com/blog/three-major-things-to-check-for-when-buying-property/ Today we want to find out about the second dimension
“The best investment on Earth is earth.” Louis Glickman, American Business Executive Real estate is a very high involvement investment. It requires a lot of capital, time and mental resources.It therefore can hardly be overemphasised the need to make sure your investment is safe.There are
The quality of every decision is premised upon the quality of information one has.Every action therefore is a demonstration of wisdom – or lack of it.Why a house first?The underlying motivation for a house is SECURITY. The others like, savings on rent,
Does Your Plot Have Road Access? Nameera (not real names), after doing her stint on TV got some money and contacted a broker who got her a beautiful plot in Nansana with a great view. She bought it immediately.Very excited she contacted
If you have bought a plot of land you have probably stumbled onto this phrase: 50 x 100!If you haven’t, do not worry; you will soon hear it when you start the search for land.But what exactly does this mean in real
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