Six qualities to check when choosing a real estate company

Six qualities to check when choosing a real estate company

One of the biggest concerns for majority of Kenyans looking to put money in the property market is whether their investments will be secure or not.

Often times, Kenyans have been swindled of their hard earned money by fraudsters masquerading as investment consultants – some of them being even men of the cloth.

There are, however, different ways in which one can pick out the right organisation to invest with. Before choosing a property company to invest with, it is very critical that you seek recommendations from your friends or people you know have a good knowledge of the property industry.

They will tell you about their past experiences with property merchants and this will provide insights which companies to avoid and which ones to go for. Below are other factors to consider:

Due diligence

Do not always rely of other people’s advice before conducting your own research about a particular company. Since most companies have an online presence, that should be the first stop when doing a study of the organisation. Monitor any positive and negative feedback, while taking note of how they interact with clients. It is also important to highlight any complaints constantly recur.

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Source: Business Today

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