Starting a residential unit that doesn't require concrete and wall plastering is the best idea for an individual with little capital. The project requires limited space to be installed. On a land of 50 by 100, the project can be easily sustained and maintained. Most people have discovered the benefits of building these houses making it a new technology to save money.
Timbers and some few metals for reinforcement are required to set the base. The walls are made of affordable iron sheets. The roofing will take a few iron sheets done in a slanting manner. Few bags of cement will be required to make the floor. One stall can hold up to fifty units.
Being cost-effective residential houses, one can earn upto hundred thousand Kenyan shillings by collecting the levies from tenants. While leasing the units, a landlord can opt to make them affordable by charging a fee of about ksh1500 per unit. In every fifty units, ksh75000 can be collected each month.
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