By Pidson Kareire
KAGA Property Services (KPS) has launched a campaign to enable every Ugandan live in a decent house by 2010. The campaign dubbed â€˜Live longer in decent homes,â€™ aims at creating modern villages, which will help conserve the environment.
The investment worth billions of shillings targets Ugandans who are disadvantaged, may have money but donâ€™t have the will or time to monitor construction processes.
Gerald Tukahabwa, the groupâ€™s marketing director, said buying a house is like buying a car. â€œYou need to know the type, model and the size you want. You may need a family car and if you buy a small saloon car, it becomes a waste.â€
â€œWe are trying to provide ideal homes quickly with no stress. Ugandans only need to identify preferred areas and have the will to own a house; the rest will come,â€ Tukahabwa said.
The company has created estate villages like the Kakungulu Estate on Entebbe Road. Other estate villages are in Buziga, Namugongo, Ntinda, Naalya, Banda-Kyambogo and Buwate-Najeera.
The firmâ€™s offices are on Lions Shopping Centre, Namirembe Road.