THE RAPI HOME SCHEME
Rest Assured Property Investments mooted the RAPI HOME SCHEME to mitigate the housing deficit in the country, with a view that it would enable underprivileged citizens in the society to obtain a roof over their head. Here, we give an opportunity to able bodied income earners to acquire a home to live in with their families.
Our scheme carters for clients who can pay as little as 18,000/= Uganda shillings ($5) on daily and the payment period varies accordingly.
This settlement model is budgeted at a threshold of 48 million Uganda Shillings for a single standard studio house to modern storied mansions.
We have planned settlement sites to alleviate the high housing deficit in the country on almost all major roads connecting to the Central Business District (CBD) i.e. Bombo Road, Jinja Road, Gayaza Road, Masaka Road, Hoima Road, Mityana Road among others.
Under this payment plan there are no extra charges.
For the clients who will embrace this scheme, we have come up with the RAPI HOME APP for their convenience where the client will be able to pay/deposit their money using their phone while at the same time the client is able to follow one’s payments for accountability purposes. The APP is available on Google play store.
Within a period of 5 years, our client will be able to live in his/her own home without any strings attached.
All our plots are in a range of 30-35kilometers from city center, Kampala. This scheme has a visionary purpose of covering almost the entire country while realizing people’s dream of owning a home within their means.
The scheme was designed within three simultaneous phases i.e. Land Acquisition, mobilize just 60% of the projected construction cost and the final phase will be take full occupancy of your new home.
Statistics show that Uganda is having the fastest growing young population of which 70% are below 30 years and the urbanization rate of 5% per annum with housing deficit standing at 2.4m countrywide with an annual deficit of 300,000 units.
Due to the high housing deficit and large population growth, we identified a need to design a scheme which would enable low income earners acquire a dream home on an affordable payment plan in a period of 5 years.