Housing Finance has entered into a joint venture to increase its involvement in housing for middle and lower income earners. It has partnered with a Riruta land owner to build 328 flats of one, two and three bedrooms. MD Frank Ireri says the high cost of land and complicated land acquisition process continue to hinder affordable housing.
The Star (Nairobi)
Kenya: Housing Finance Kicks Off Middle/Lower Income Housing PlansBy Joan Wairimu, 19 February 2013
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