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British Property Company Opens a Nairobi Office to Help Kenyans Invest in the UK

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British Property Company Opens a Nairobi Office to Help Kenyans Invest in the UK




British real estate company Baron & Cabot has opened an office in Nairobi to help Kenyans to own property in the UK.

The company is promising to offer simple and effective investment options for Kenyans seeking to expand their investment portfolio abroad.

“Baron & Cabot is undoubtedly the fastest growing UK property investment company in the world. We aim to help Kenyans with the ability to provide mortgages and buying of property through thorough research for the safety of their investment in the UK,” said Baron & Cabot Founder Mark Pearson.

Pearson says that investing in property in the UK is considered to be one of the lowest risk investments in the world, with consistent long-term returns factored in by continuous growth within the country.

He noted that the company has built a market leading research strategy for the investor to choose from based on their preference.

Baron & Cabot also offers potential investors a step-by-step guide on finding the right property to purchase in the UK. This gives them the power and confidence to ask the right questions for profitable property investment.

“As the demand for property investment rises within African investors, our main goal is to make sure the process of property investment always remains transparent and simple,” added Pearson.

Pearson says the UK has offered foreigners the opportunity to legally buy property and get favorable mortgage terms from banks for investment.

“Our introduction in Kenya will greatly impact property investment and sourcing in the UK, thus creating more options for investors,” Head of Sales at Baron & Cabot Research James Walsh said.

Baron & Cabot also hopes that its new base in the Kenyan capital will help to create opportunity for other African investors.