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Unlocking the Secrets of Title Deeds: A Comprehensive Guide by Amara Realty

In the realm of real estate investment, the mention of title deeds often sparks curiosity and concern. It's the revered document that validates ownership of property, be it land or a house. In Kenya, the significance of a title deed cannot be overstated, as it serves as the cornerstone of property transactions. At Amara Realty, we understand the importance of demystifying this vital document for our...

Embracing Spiritual Renewal: Understanding the Significance of Ash Wednesday

As a company rooted in Christian values, Amara Realty Company Limited is committed to not only serving our clients but also fostering a deeper understanding of the spiritual traditions that shape our lives. This Ash Wednesday, let's delve into the profound significance of this solemn day and its relevance in our everyday lives. What is Ash Wednesday? Ash Wednesday derives its...

Bank Financing/Property Purchase loans

Happy New Year! Welcome back to Monday Money Matters with Linda. Today's topic is crucial for many individuals looking to make one of the most significant investments of their lives – property purchase loans and banking financing. Here's a breakdown of the key steps to guide our clients through the process: 1. Identifying Your Preferred Bank: Relationship: Consider your existing relationship...

Why Investing in Kenyan Land with Amara Realty is Your Best New Year’s Resolution

Unlock Prosperity As the New Year unfolds, we all seek resolutions that promise prosperity and growth. Among these, investing in land emerges as a beacon for securing your financial future. In this blog, we delve into the compelling reasons why making land investments, especially in Kenya, should top your list of New Year's resolutions. 1. Start the Year Strong with a Secure Investment: Commencing...

Mwalimu Farms History

Explore the captivating journey of Mwalimu Farm, an expansive 11,000-acre haven in Ruiru, Kiambu County, Kenya, intricately woven into the fabric of the nation's educational landscape and the dreams of Kenyan teachers. Origins and Teacher Ownership: In the early 1980s, the Kenya National Teachers Sacco (KNTS) envisioned more than just a piece of land. Acquiring the 11,000-acre tract, KNTS saw an...

The Strategic Investment Choice: Why Invest in Commercial Plots in 2023

Commercial plots form the foundation for thriving commercial structures, including one-stop shops, office buildings, and malls. These strategically located properties are situated in urban areas, along major highways, and within central business districts (CBDs). They come in various sizes, catering to a wide range of purposes. Why Investing in Commercial Plots Makes Sense in 2023 1. Affordable...

Ensuring Credible Land Purchases: Lessons from the EAPCC Land Dispute

When considering a land purchase, due diligence is paramount to ensure credibility and avoid complications down the road. A recent case involving the East African Portland Cement Company (EAPCC) and a land ownership dispute highlights the importance of thorough research and transparency in real estate transactions. The EAPCC sold 900 acres of land to Kenya Railways, sparking a dispute with squatters...

Affordable Housing in Kenya: President Ruto’s Ambitious Program

Kenyan citizens have a new reason to look forward to affordable housing opportunities, thanks to President William Ruto's housing program. Under this initiative, the government aims to construct 250,000 housing units each year, categorized into social, affordable, and market units. This policy shift opens the door for workers earning over Sh150,000 monthly to own homes through the State-funded...

Investment real estate

Rents The big difference in Rent is that in Rental properties you have to follow the market rents. By market rents what this means is that if you are renting out a 2-3 bedroom home and the neighborhood rents are ksh14000.00 and you want to rent your property you need to rent it out for ksh14000.00 because the guy next to you is renting it out for ksh14000.00 you can’t really rent it out for...

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