Mi Vida Homes, a residential developer, provides Kenyans and investors with an excellent home ownership deal in light of the recent surge in land prices in satellite towns and the rising cost of construction materials.
Mi Vida provides regular studio flats for Ksh1.98 million and luxury studios for Ksh2.37 million through its project, KEZA.
One bedroom costs Ksh3.96 million, and two bedrooms cost Ksh6.14 million.
Interested buyers can purchase a studio apartment for as little as Ksh17,500 per month on a 20-year payment plan, and they even have the option to become landlords.
The Ndwaru – Naivasha Road Junction, which is the most popular location for renters, is conveniently positioned 100 meters from the KEZA project, making it an ideal investment opportunity.
Due to its proximity to the primary employment hubs of Westlands, Upper Hill, and Nairobi Central Business District (CBD), tenants hurry to get inexpensive units in Riruta, where KEZA by Mi Vida is situated.
Investors should expect swift and secure profits of more than 20% over the medium term thanks to its location. Due to the inflation-hedged rental income with above 8% rates, buyers are securing their units early.
Due to Mi Vida’s completion of its project at Garden City within 24 months while facing economic difficulties during the Covid epidemic period, buyers are promised prompt project completion.