He has given an example of other areas people can focus on for income generation,he wasn’t stuck to it like people want to insinuate in the comment section.He means diversify…one can make good money from other avenues too not just real estate
I agree with him. There is some money in farming but guys do not want to put in some hard work. It is also rewarding and you will never sleep hungry. Rona or no Rona.
Ghai what went wrong with Suraya? they were swimming in money a few years ago…but there are many others like them who have made a killing by conning clueless diasporians. Kuna watu watajinyonga in years to come.
I know a guy selling useless land to shineyes in diaspora… the guy buys the land for a song…divides it and sells it four-fold…guys in diaspora wafanye due diligence… Send someone over to find out the location of the land and access it’s value… otherwise mtalia premium tears.
Trudat. If it was not for my late dad I would be a victim as a sucker for land investment. He taught me a lot…he would ask me a few questions like who owns the land originally, why does the deal sound so good? it chanuad me…but a lot of my friends will sink.
Kuna a new company based in Quatar currently touting buy 2 plots get 1 free atee somewhere in Laikipia…atee what? where?mhhhhhh
Most of these briefcase investors come here, book posh venues in all the major towns where Kenyans reside…complete with their presentations. They seem to be working in cahoots with some banks huko as you can open an account on the day…heaven for our Kenyan conmen.
His views are very simplistic and looks at a near worst case scenario for real Estate and best case/very optimistic scenario for the farmer .
What he doesn’t tell you is that farming is a full time job ambayo haiwezi fanywa remotely and dairy farming is one if not the most stressful ventures out there .