Choice of residence depends on where you earn a livelihood and how much you can afford. Strive to live as close as possible to your workplace. No point renting in Utawala when your work is at Dagoretti corner. Or renting in Ruiru and working at Langata Road.
The house may be cheap where you live, but the daily commute to where you work may be exhausting. You would lose a lot of hours in traffic. Sleeping in the bus would be the norm. I think work productivity may also drop. Cheap rent may prove expensive in the end. Security First, then transport, water availability and affordable rental prices are the key factors to look upon.
Utawala, Another estate that is not really populated and would be a good choice for those looking for cheap houses. A bedsitter could go for Sh 6,000 whereas a one bedroom house costs at least Sh10,000 on average.
Kilimani With lots of dining options and restaurants, Kilimani is undeniably one of the best areas to reside in Nairobi. Kilimani can be described as home to some of the wildest housing. If you wish to go shopping, you are just steps away from the famous Yaya Centre.
South B is one of the best Nairobi neighborhoods if you want to use Wilson Airport conveniently. Although the place is majorly a residential area, there are a couple of great independent hotels where you can spend your nights. Accommodation here is classy and also budget-friendly.
Kasarani area, from maternity to Mwiki, water is very reliable, security moderate and you will be shocked to find a well finished and spacious two bedroom houses going for Kenya shillings 10,000 in some areas, average is 12,000 shillings
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