Looking for a multi-family buyer for Kenya with high yields. There is no budget limit. 7% and above…

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Nathan Raicher
Nathan Raicher
8 months ago

Hi Michael
I did not elaborate, but the things you mentioned are important to him. I'd love it if you have interesting options.
The customer has already made an offer on a particular property. Very serious.

Matan Ben Hamo
Matan Ben Hamo
8 months ago

Dor Cohen

Yoni Kessous
Yoni Kessous
8 months ago

So many details are missing.
Abandoned / Employed / Added Value / Island, Bee, Cee / Island, Bee, Cee / Type Building and the list goes on. It's like registering looking for my beautiful Otto client.

Jonathan Lakerman
Jonathan Lakerman
8 months ago

Speak to me in detail

Dean James
Dean James
8 months ago

We are in the process of recruiting multilingual families. 7.5% cap. Coc averaged 11% in 5 years.

Michael Assido
Michael Assido
8 months ago

Multi-families do not analyze by yield percentages only, but by:
CAPITALIZATION RATE,
CASH ON CASH RETURN,
DEBT COVERAGE RATIO

The reference to this type of investment is quite different from the return on ordinary assets.

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