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Become a KUP Town House Developer With a Starting Capital of $1,000.

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KUP Planned Town Houses to be developed by a Property Developer KUP Planned Town Houses to be developed by a Property Developer

Two ideas, a University development idea and Housing development idea, would become the Kenya University Project (KUP.) The project today offers anyone interested becoming a Kenya Property developer the opportunity to do so through becoming a developer of the planned Town Houses in Diaspora University Town. Person who joins during the current offer will start with a capital as low as $1,000 for each Town House they shall develop using KUP System.

Benefits of Becoming a Property Developer Using KUP System

  1. The best ratio of Developer Capital to Loan capital with regard to completed house.
  2. Town House will have ready use as jobs in University and other developments in Town are created. 
  3. Those who get jobs will become buyers of the houses.  

Project Status: 31st October 2017:

  1. Institution Town Development Plan approved by Taita Taveta County Assembly
  2. Project Legal Plan created by Law Firm of Attorney Njoroge Kamau of Worcester, MA  
  3. Diaspora University Trust to develop the project created.
  4. Land project to be developed on received by the Trust. Title deposited with KCB Bank.
  5. WPI University Plan to be applied in the Diaspora University development ready.
  6. Diaspora professionals are working on different plans that will create Jobs: Town, University and Medical Hospital.
  7. Diaspora working on Plans to open Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs) that will create thousands of Jobs.
  8. Diaspora Kenyans have opened files to become Town House Developers. You can open file today.
  9. Interested financiers are working on financial products.   

Becoming a Town House Property Developer

  1. Get KUP-Town House Investment and Development Agreement.
  2. Get DUT-Plot Allocation form.
  3. Fill both and Send to Law firm of Attorney Kamau.

Visit www.kenyauniveristy.org

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