Housing levy,.... bila lube.

#1
Government instructs employers to remit the 1.5% housing levy beginning next month.
After push and shove, finally tax man is knocking the door again .
You can also send the money directly if you are not a govt employee if you want to own the city houses
 
#3
Kenyans really don't understand what AFFORDABLE HOUSING mean.

ulizeni @Purple ile nyumba anaishi kama Si ya bricks ni mbao partitioned by gypsum and reinforced by a sheet of strong plywood-like finishing Lakini hapa Kwetu tuna ambiwa bedsitter ni Sijui 600-700k.

We still construct our houses with machine cut design of blocks ama blue stones very expensive. The whole of Kampala is a brick city and the housing is very cheap.

Mostly nyumba inaeza take like close to 8 months kumalizwa @Randy Tupatie number of months. But if we invest in real affordable housing that time might be reduced to 3 months.

Ile nyumba naishi it only took 4 days to build and only 3 bags of cement used na ni 3 bedroomed. Well we didn't use the traditional way of building where you buy lorry za mchanga na mawe plus haul ya cement.

Well we used around 75 concrete pellets that are erected within 4 hours @Randy akikuja na watu wako serious.

Roofing can be done in a day then finishing the next day and the cost is way below what a conventional might cost.

Izo pellets zinapatikana Ruiru, the technology is borrowed from China but I know kuna nyumba zingine affordable nishai ziona pande za Ruai na kamulu where they use straws and plastic bottles.
 
#6
Kenyans really don't understand what AFFORDABLE HOUSING mean.

ulizeni @Purple ile nyumba anaishi kama Si ya bricks ni mbao partitioned by gypsum and reinforced by a sheet of strong plywood-like finishing Lakini hapa Kwetu tuna ambiwa bedsitter ni Sijui 600-700k.

We still construct our houses with machine cut design of blocks ama blue stones very expensive. The whole of Kampala is a brick city and the housing is very cheap.

Mostly nyumba inaeza take like close to 8 months kumalizwa @Randy Tupatie number of months. But if we invest in real affordable housing that time might be reduced to 3 months.

Ile nyumba naishi it only took 4 days to build and only 3 bags of cement used na ni 3 bedroomed. Well we didn't use the traditional way of building where you buy lorry za mchanga na mawe plus haul ya cement.

Well we used around 75 concrete pellets that are erected within 4 hours @Randy akikuja na watu wako serious.

Roofing can be done in a day then finishing the next day and the cost is way below what a conventional might cost.

Izo pellets zinapatikana Ruiru, the technology is borrowed from China but I know kuna nyumba zingine affordable nishai ziona pande za Ruai na kamulu where they use straws and plastic bottles.

Expense most ni land ! the pricing of land in Kenya is ridiculous leo ni 100k come in 2 weeks its 1.5m because an imaginary airport is set to be built there in 3022 , meanwhile no infrastructure in sight just a dirt path to some beacons on the ground !
 
#7
Even our mighty old Trafford and London city is build using bricks. Hii maneno ya ndarugo ilitoka wapi. If I was a billionaire na import machine ya brick making technology where I will be building 3 bedroom na 1.5m. in two month time nyumba iko kwisa.
 
#11
Ile nyumba naishi it only took 4 days to build and only 3 bags of cement used na ni 3 bedroomed. Well we didn't use the traditional way of building where you buy lorry za mchanga na mawe plus haul ya cement.

Well we used around 75 concrete pellets that are erected within 4 hours @Randy akikuja na watu wako serious.
The so called alternative techonology is not so cheap.....
Io company ya ruiru ata usinikumbushe izo maubwa nilizifanyia job zikataa na 60k yangu sukuizi wako apo spur mall.

Is this what you are talking about?
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#12
Even our mighty old Trafford and London city is build using bricks. Hii maneno ya ndarugo ilitoka wapi. If I was a billionaire na import machine ya brick making technology where I will be building 3 bedroom na 1.5m. in two month time nyumba iko kwisa.
for lack of a better name allow me to call that brick making machine makiga it's cheap I think 75k pale likoni road
 
#15
Kenyans really don't understand what AFFORDABLE HOUSING mean.

ulizeni @Purple ile nyumba anaishi kama Si ya bricks ni mbao partitioned by gypsum and reinforced by a sheet of strong plywood-like finishing Lakini hapa Kwetu tuna ambiwa bedsitter ni Sijui 600-700k.

We still construct our houses with machine cut design of blocks ama blue stones very expensive. The whole of Kampala is a brick city and the housing is very cheap.

Mostly nyumba inaeza take like close to 8 months kumalizwa @Randy Tupatie number of months. But if we invest in real affordable housing that time might be reduced to 3 months.

Ile nyumba naishi it only took 4 days to build and only 3 bags of cement used na ni 3 bedroomed. Well we didn't use the traditional way of building where you buy lorry za mchanga na mawe plus haul ya cement.

Well we used around 75 concrete pellets that are erected within 4 hours @Randy akikuja na watu wako serious.

Roofing can be done in a day then finishing the next day and the cost is way below what a conventional might cost.

Izo pellets zinapatikana Ruiru, the technology is borrowed from China but I know kuna nyumba zingine affordable nishai ziona pande za Ruai na kamulu where they use straws and plastic bottles.

tuko na miti kama USA ama Canada?
 
#19
Kenyans really don't understand what AFFORDABLE HOUSING mean.

ulizeni @Purple ile nyumba anaishi kama Si ya bricks ni mbao partitioned by gypsum and reinforced by a sheet of strong plywood-like finishing Lakini hapa Kwetu tuna ambiwa bedsitter ni Sijui 600-700k.

We still construct our houses with machine cut design of blocks ama blue stones very expensive. The whole of Kampala is a brick city and the housing is very cheap.

Mostly nyumba inaeza take like close to 8 months kumalizwa @Randy Tupatie number of months. But if we invest in real affordable housing that time might be reduced to 3 months.

Ile nyumba naishi it only took 4 days to build and only 3 bags of cement used na ni 3 bedroomed. Well we didn't use the traditional way of building where you buy lorry za mchanga na mawe plus haul ya cement.

Well we used around 75 concrete pellets that are erected within 4 hours @Randy akikuja na watu wako serious.

Roofing can be done in a day then finishing the next day and the cost is way below what a conventional might cost.

Izo pellets zinapatikana Ruiru, the technology is borrowed from China but I know kuna nyumba zingine affordable nishai ziona pande za Ruai na kamulu where they use straws and plastic bottles.
Mimi najenga container home. Hii upussy ya stone house Mimi apana tambua!
 
#20
Sasa hii project yote inataka parcels of land. Yet the same government enables everyone who is called Mheshimiwa to get his dirty paws on a piece of land not initially his just to flex his muscles. Its a self defeating cause doomed to fail prior to launch like a premature Ejaculation
 
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