Report: Kenya has housing deficit of 2 million units

Amara Ridge in Karen, Nairobi, is one of the high end housing units constructed by Cytonn Investments Company. PHOTO | FRANCIS MUREITHI | NATION MEDIA GROUP

What you need to know:

  • Statistics at the National Housing Corporation indicates that the country can only supply 50,000 units per annum.

  • According to KNBS, the informal sector employees make approximately 83.4 per cent of Kenya’s workforce.

Kenya has a housing deficit of 2 million units, a leading investment company in the country, Cytonn investments says in its latest market report.


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