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What is Fractional Property Investment in Kenya?

Fractional Property Investment in Kenya is the future of vacationing in Kenya. It’s a chance for us as Kenyans to own prime vacation property at a fraction of the price; also for a fraction of the time. The perfect balance between owning a home that you’ll only get to visit a few weeks in a year, but still have to pay for upkeep, and a hotel room that you may or may not get during peak season. More often than not, you find yourself living out of a suitcase. Fractional Property Investment in Kenya is the cost effective way to stay at a dream destination without worrying about maintenance costs that are incurred throughout the year. Because it is a vacation home, cooking, cleaning and other services are taken care of when visiting.

The beauty of it is that once you own a vacation home/unit, you don’t have to stay in the same residence each and every time. The African Collection has different locations (and more on the way) making it the perfect travelling solution. Only one owner is allowed to use a particular home or apartment at a particular time, so an arrangement has to be established. In the event that one isn’t able to use up all their time, owners have the right to rent out their fractional ownership rights each year.

The long and short of it is that Fractional Property Investment in Kenya is convenient. It gives you the same perks of a permanent home owner at a fraction of the price. It makes sense because in this day and age of work and busy schedules, the modern Kenyan only gets a few weeks off from work to vacation. Buying an entire home would be expensive and a waste of space that is only used a few weeks in the year.  Owners get to exchange weeks at different resorts giving them the privilege of travelling at no extra accomodation cost. The homes are spacious with fully equipped kitchens and if you own the home for a fraction of the time, you may invite friends and family to share in your experience.

With all these perks, the question isn’t “Why fractional ownership?” The question is why not?

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