An oversupply of high-end homes has forced developers to sell the properties at lower prices, while a relatively unfavourable economic environment has also affected demand. According to property management firm Knight Frank, it is a good opportunity for high net worth individuals to buy high-end properties at discounted prices.
Nairobi's Super-Rich Buy More Luxury Homes
Nairobi News, 7 March 2019
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