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An Inside Look At Real Estate Business Owned By Moses Wetangula

  • Speaker of the National Assembly, Moses Wetangula has left his stamp on Kenya’s real estate market, especially in the thriving area of of the in Machakos County.

Property owned by Moses Wetangula in Syokimau

Syokimau has been a sought-after location for real estate projects due to its advantageous location and quick urban growth.

Its proximity to the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport and Nairobi has spurred a surge in real estate development, making it a desirable location for investors like the speaker of the National Assembly.

360° Apartments, a Moses Wetangula real estate complex, artfully combines residential and commercial spaces, demonstrating a sophisticated investment strategy.

This varied approach demonstrates a careful grasp of market dynamics and takes advantage of the rising demand in Syokimau for commercial and residential spaces.

Wetangula’s active involvement in both areas not only bolsters the stability of his portfolio but also shows that he has a great understanding of the benefits that commercial and residential real estate have to offer in the thriving Syokimau region.

360° Apartments, has sparked controversy since its inception.

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This upscale property offers a selection of two- and three-bedroom units characterized by spacious layouts, private bathrooms, fully equipped kitchens, inviting dining rooms and well furnished living spaces.

Numerous amenities are available on the property, such as plenty of parking places and increased security nearby.

Aston Lukoye

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