CERTIFIED HOMES PARTNERSHIP WITH KENYANS IN DIASPORA
Benson Kasue the founder of East Africa Chamber of Commerce Dallas had a successful discussion with Peter Nyaga MD Certified Homes Ltd about a beneficial investment partnership between Kenyans living and working in diaspora and Certified Homes. Certified Homes ensures that diaspora investors have a hustle free investment experience by providing guidance on how to invest back home wisely.
  • Sukari Heights, Studios, 2 and 3 br plus SQ Starting from Ksh 2.95M,
  • Rumuruti Gems Investment Plots 1/4 acre planted with Hass Avocados,Macadamia or Pawpaws Ksh 499k,
  • Favourite Gardens Nanyuki Plots size 50 by 100 Cash Offer Price Ksh 150k.

Certified Homes in  partnership with KWITU

KWITU, Inc. (Kenyan  Women In The  United States) is a non-governmental organization established in 2015 to connect, empower and support the Kenyan Women Living in the USA. KWITU, Inc. also provides equal opportunities for Kenyan women in the USA through partnerships with investment companies to assure their members get safe investments.
As Certified Homes Limited, we have partnered with KWITU to offer an opportunity to the diaspora community to own a home or  investment at Sukari Heights.

Certified Homes in  partnership with Gospel Power Canada

As Certified Homes Limited, we have partnered with Gospel Power Canada to offer an opportunity to the diaspora community to own a home or  investment at Sukari Heights.

Certified Homes in  partnership with Mhasibu Housing Company ltd

This marketing and financing partnership will ensure that the members own their dream homes and investment plots hustle free.The members will also enjoy affordable interest rates in order to purchase properties at Certified Homes .
Call/ WhatsApp +254 743 230230/ 0711 128 128/ 2055039187
diaspora@certifiedhomes.co.ke
www.certifiedhomes.co.ke

Certified Homes in partnership with Kwica & Samrack

As Certified Homes Limited, we have partnered with KWICA and Samrack  to offer an opportunity  to own a home or  investment at Sukari Heights.