Convention 2018

24/06/2018

Jakana Heights | Buy Your Dream Homes – Konge Hill, Kampala – UK Convention – 15 Sept

Jakana Height a property developer in Uganda will be showcasing its new luxury propoerties at the 8th Uganda Convention in UK.

Grab your tickets now for the UK Convention at https://ucuk2018.eventbrite.co.uk

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Enjoy the luxuries and lifestyles the West can offer and have these at a home in Uganda. And this can be expatriates, Ugandans coming back from the West or Ugandans who wants a better standard of living.  On the top of Konge Hill with the lake below, the air is clean and fresh because we are high enough above the city.  Website —http://www.jakanaheights.com/

  • Standing atop of one of Kampala’s tallest hills.
  • Spectacular Views of both the City and Lake Victoria.
  • Located minutes from the Speke Commonwealth Resort and fashionable Munyonyo district,
  • Easy access to the center of town, shopping and nightlife.
  • New highway from Munyonyo to Entebbe and Kampala will drive property prices up making this one of the best investments in the city.

The exclusive condominiums at Jakana Heights succeed on every level and at every price point. These sumptuous new homes are designed to provide an enviable lifestyle for owners and an unforgettable experience for your guests, whether business or social.

 

Your Opportunity:

The potential for investment returns from real estate in Kampala is well known. But accessing high quality opportunities for genuine international standards in residential construction is rare.

Increasing scarcity of high quality hilltop sites underpin values at the high end. On the demand side, both for sales and rentals, there are positive structural dynamics in strong economic growth, demographics and urbanization which will ensure continuing excess demand over the available supply.

Multinational oil companies and other corporate executives are actively seeking top grade accommodation and this need will increase over the coming years as production comes online.

Diaspora demand is already strongly indicated, as is local demand.

The rental market is probably even stronger than the market for sales. The opportunity to secure at today’s prices, a piece of scarce real estate with the potential for appreciation is clear.

Our Mission:

“To design a self contained community of homes which every luxury you need to enjoy life to the full, and everything you need to work at home, broad band, meeting room and a full concierge service.”

Our Vision:

The British/Ugandan development team to design a superlative range of contemporary condominiums that are eminently stylish with all of the modern conveniences and quality you deserve and trust.

For diaspora inquiries please contact — elsa@jakanaheights.com or Call  US +1.214.277.2115 UK: +44 20 7754 5540

Click the link below for floor plans — Jakana Heights Brochure 2015






 
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