If you want to make a lot of money in the real estate sector, you have to be creative and determined. If not, you may spend over 10 years trying to recoup your initial investment without any success.
In a recent report that was shared by a reliable source, it may appear as if a landlord has found the perfect idea to attract tenants into his building.
According to a reliable source of information, a landlord in Utawala, Nairobi, has installed the fuselageof an airplane on the rooftop of his building that is still under construction.
Even though it is not clear whether the landlord aims to turn the fuselage into a penthouse, it is quite clear that he/she is plnning to do something unforgettable with the fuselage.
Currently, Kenyans have become creative with airplane fuselage since they are being adopted by most business owners to make their premises adorable. For us to be sure of how the building will turn out, we will have to wait till it is done.
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