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Could Oversupply Of Apartments Kill Real Estate In Nairobi?

Oversupply of apartments and falling demands has led to a drop in rental rates in Nairobi in the final quarter of 2015, according to a report released by HassConsult on Monday.

Could Oversupply Of Apartments Kill Real Estate In Nairobi?
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