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Investment Sector That Defies Economic Slowdown, Including Covid-19

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Kenya is inching its way towards economic recovery in all sectors, after the COVID-19 crisis that almost brought the country to a standstill. Real estate is one of the many sectors that have been heavily affected by the Covid-19 disruptions.

However, unlike some sectors such as tourism, real estate can take many shapes and forms in economic surges and downturns. Fanaka real estate and many other players in the industry are trying to defy the economic downtime caused by the pandemic.

Investing in real estate has many advantages over other investments, including lower risks and a high rate of return, among many others.

While most real estate investors in Kenya prefer to invest their money in land, many others do not understand why it is so important. To offer some context on this: land has a high and fast appreciation rate; it is less expensive to own property as an investment; and owning land offers you a kind of fulfillment and peace of mind.                                       

With the restricted movement of people in light of the current pandemic, contact between persons has been reduced. This has made it harder for most firms to conduct site visits as they used to.

To ensure continuity in its operations, industry leaders such as Fanaka real estate have made their online platforms user friendly, such that clients can still view their plots in the comfort of their homes.

Clients can also call to speak to a representative for more information and book a physical visit. (You can book a free site visit to most of Fanaka Real Estate’s serviced plots for sale along Kangundo Road by clicking on the above link). Kangundo Road plots prices are very competitive at Fanaka Real Estate.

 Considering the situation at hand, Fanaka Real Estate maintains a flexible payment plan that runs for as long as 12 months to ensure that their clients have it easy when purchasing land for residential, commercial, or speculation purposes.

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Some of Fanaka Real Estate plots for sale on Kangundo Road include Eden gardens in Malaa, only 2km off the tarmac; Fortune Gardens Phase 2 in Kamulu, only 3.5 km off Kangundo Road and opposite Total Petrol Station; and a commercial Project – Springfieldin Malaa, opposite the famous Kamulu Heights gated project.

To get started, you will need to identify the plot you are interested in by checking out the website or social media pages or talking to a Fanaka representative. 

You can then proceed to book for a free site visit to physically check and confirm that the plot exists and is what you are looking for. And you will find out that Kangundo Road plots prices are competitive.

Fanaka vehicles are well maintained with all safety precautions put in place to protect against Covid-19 spread. Clients and staff wear face masks, wash and sanitize their hands.

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KANYIRI DUNCANhttp://www.businesstoday.co.ke
Kanyiri Duncan Digital Marketer at FANAKA Real Estate. He can be reached on email at: [email protected]
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