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Sources of Real Estate Project Financing

Sources of Real Estate Project Financing

Sources of real estate project financing still remains a major challenge for potential home owners and real estate investors who want to get into real estate. Whether you want to build a home for yourself of envision building a commercial building, getting an institution to work with you financially will be one of the biggest(…)

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Open Plan House Plans – Pros and cons

Open plan house plans have become very common. Some see them as a fad while others see them as a modern and welcomed change from traditional house plans. You can achieve this either by completely omitting walls and doors or using half walls to separate different spaces. Traditionally, the theme has been to compartmentalize each(…)

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Multi-Storey House plans – Are they Worth the Extra Cost?

Multi-Storey House plans – Are they Worth the Extra Cost?

Commonly known as maisonettes, multi-storey house plans are the most common homes, attracting a lot of attention. There are many reasons for this, which we shall discuss in this article. In the view of most people, maisonette house plans are more appealing and attractive. They are considered modern in comparison to bungalow house plans, and(…)

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Simple Way to Incorporate Sustainable Green Architecture in your Home

Sustainable green architecture refers to the construction of buildings in a way that friendly to the environment and saves energy. Building a green home is not only a benefit to the environment but to your pocket as well. The greener your home is, the more money you will save and the better the environment will(…)

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Using Solar Roofing Tiles for your Energy Requirements

Using Solar Roofing Tiles for your Energy Requirements

What is all the fuss about solar roofing tiles? Solar power in Kenya and around the globe has become a big part of any construction project. In many countries, it is a requirement by law to incorporated solar energy in all new buildings, both commercial and residential. Old buildings are also being required to incorporate(…)

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