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Commercial and residential building owners have won a reprieve after the energy regulator extended the period for complying with solar water heating panels. The Electricity Regulator Commission (ERC) said it would give the property owners six more months to enable them arrange for financing and fitting their buildings with solar…

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              Find Your Dream Home, why go through the Hustle? Owning a home is a great experience for many Kenyans but it is also an extremely taxing event in your life and you need to be prepared for what lies ahead. The decision to build or buy is not an…

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The project is one of its kind and is situated at the heart of Kiambu town. The projects projected completion date is October 2016 and will be open to the public in December 2016. Kindly note that the minimum lettable area is1000 Sq. Ft for retail shops and 500 Sq.…

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Tenants of two-bedroom flats have experienced the fastest rise in rent over the past five years with renting costs of three-bedroom maisonette rising at the slowest pace, official data shows. The Kenya National Bureau of Statistics (KNBS) data puts the average rent of a two-bedroom flat at Sh 19,939 per…

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The wave of economic difficulties facing many governments throughout the world has seen an increasing number invest huge amounts of resources and effort on tax compliance and information sharing. Many countries are offering tax amnesty to citizens who disclose unpaid taxes on investments as a means of getting them into…

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                       ISO 9001:2008 CERTIFIED                                        CAPITAL GAINS TAX – WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW 1. What is Capital Gains Tax? Capital Gains…

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Total transaction costs are low in Kenya   How high are realtors’ and lawyers’ fees in Kenya? What about other property purchase costs? TRANSACTION COSTS Who Pays? Stamp Duty for Draft Transfe 2% – 4% buyer Legal Fees 1.5% buyer Banker’s Check Charge KES600 (US$7) buyer Registration KES500 (US$5) buyer…

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12 Mistakes Homeowners make that Decrease a Home’s Value 1. Enclose the Garage You may want a family room, but when it comes time to sell, an enclosed garage is a huge turnoff to Buyers. Where do they park their cars now? Plus, such enclosures usually look amateur, and are…

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NAIROBI, KENYA: Multinational professional services firm PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) has released key trends expected to drive growth in real estate sector for the next five years. In its report titled Real Estate: Building the Future of Africa, the firm says the influence of government policy, industrialisation, export of natural resources, technology…

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