Dear editor, I read your stories about Kabaka’s low-cost estate called Mirembe estate Sentema. I am not a Muganda but I want to know if non-Baganda are considered in this scheme? Do I qualify to buy a house from Kabaka’s gated low-cost Mirembe Estate Sentema?
Thank you for the inquiry about Mirembe estate Sentema. To start with, the answer to your question is a big yes.
I will try to give you as much information as I know about this project, however, even if you are not satisfied, don’t hesitate to go ahead and seek more information from the city office located at Garden city shopping Mall on Yusuf Lule Road in Kampala.
Hotline: +256 414 696 368
Office: Garden City Shopping & Leisure Centre, Shop LG5 Plot LR 64/86 Yusuf Lule Road
Mr. Omondi, this is important to know. Kabaka’s Mirembe estate Sentema is for everyone who is willing to work hard to own his/her own property in Uganda, regards of race, tribe, religion, gender – name it. Everyone.
Over 400 units are going to be constructed on 55 acres of land. So far over 100 buyers have deposited for their ideal house type and 55 units are under construction.
I guess you already know that the houses come in one, two and three rooms, with spacious kitchen, dining room, bathrooms, parking, etc.
What makes this estate different form many you have seen, it is not only affordable but also the long payment period which is 24 months at zero interest; Another benefit is that the gated community is helped with rubbish collection, power and water maintenance, landscape maintenance and tough security.
The estate shall upon completion have a shopping mall, restaurant, clinic, common garden and kids playing area. In short, it is a modern housing neighborhood.
Now, you may want to know about how to buy these properties.
Follow the steps below:
1.Schedule a site visit
You may want to schedule an appointment to either from their city office or get an officer from the company to take you to the actual estate and show you around. We have provided the contacts but also, check out their website www.mirembeestate.co.ug for more information.
2. Fill in a house application form
If you are satisfied with the property, you will go ahead to fill an application. The application will capture details about the buyer.
Paperwork involves a sales agreement. You will only need your national ID or passport before this is completed.
At this stage, you are free to make your payment, either in full or installments. You may pay this money in up to 24 months.
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