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The Mortgage Company,
The Greenhouse, 2nd Floor
Adams Arcade, Ngong Road
P.O. Box 29310-00100, Nairobi

Tel: +254 729 933955, +254 737 933955
Email: info@tmcafrica.com
www.tmcafrica.com
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TMC PARTNERS

TMC believes in empowering its partners in a bid to ensure that we reward those who support our business. Through making business referrals to us, we give you the opportunity to develop your own business as well as create new income streams.

Developers

Advisory Services

In our unique model, developers who join the TMC Partners ensure that their business succeeds by structuring your construction finance for the projects you undertake. We consult to ensure that you have the most cost effective structure for your project and also collateral advice such as recommending tax advisory through our partner firms that could save you significant amounts of money and make the difference between running a thriving business and one that does not make great returns to share holders.

Commission on referred sales

We also give you the opportunity to get something back for each successful mortgage you refer through us. This means that you have the assurance that you have made a real sale firstly through the booking from an individual as well as the certainty that his or her mortgage is processed early on in the development.  This will give you the confidence that once your development is complete, the repayment of your development loan will be easy and all paper work is done. Please call us or fill the simple form to registration
Working with TMC will ensure that you do not have to spend your time dealing with all the different banks that your customers go to; we do the leg work for you and provide a one-stop-shop for all your needs. We also do free pre-appraisals for your customers to ensure that you are dealing with customers who qualify for mortgage financing from the onset.

Agents and Property Managers

Often customers come to you requesting for a recommendation on a good mortgage financier. However you may not have a good idea who will give the right mortgage for your customer’s needs, yet your sale depends on whether the customer gets the financing to enable them to purchase the house you are selling.
By joining our TMC partner’s club, you have the opportunity to recommend one independent financial advisor who will ensure that your customer gets the right mortgage from the right bank and increase your sales.
To make it worth your while, we shall reward your effort by giving you a commission for your successful referras and give you a reason to smile as you sell!

Individuals

By becoming a free lance partner with TMC, you can supplement your business or employment income by simply referring your friends or customers to us. We shall give you a commission for every successful referral you make to reward you for your efforts.

How do I join the TMC Partners?

Joining the TMC partner’s club is simple!
1. Fill the simple form on our website or collect a form from our office.
2. Bring in your first referral and begin your journey to financial freedom.

Who qualifies to be a member?

Any person who is willing to make some good returns through referring customers and who is not stopped from accepting commissions by their current employment can qualify for the Club. TMC will not take the responsibility of ensuring that the partners qualify, but will treat each partner with discretion

How does TMC know who I have referred?

Each TMC partner will have a unique membership number which you give to the person you are referring to us.  This enables us to keep track of the business you bring.

How will I get my commission?

Commission will be paid once the customer’s loan is approved. We shall then inform you and you can collect your payment through the details you provided upon registration

 
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Did you know

CBK rate cuts spark real estate

back to life

  • Developers and sellers pushed up asking prices in Q3.
  • Early in the quarter, buying activity had dropped to 2-year lows.
  • September marked a sharp rise in enquiries, viewings and completions.
  • Town house sales, where asking prices rose by 1.2 per cent in the quarter, performed better in September.
  • But so did stand alone houses, where prices rose by 3.4 per cent.
  • However, apartment prices recorded the sharpest rise, at 3.6 per cent.
  • Asking rents also rose sharply, by 4.2 per cent for apartments.
  • Activity in the rentals market also dipped, with fewer viewings and closures, but the drop was more marginal.
  • The rentals market appeared to have been able to sustain the rent rises rolled out in the three months.

 

Index Highlights

With all eyes on tumbling mortgage rates in the third quarter, property asking prices jumped in the last three months on
hopes of renewed activity, reported HassConsult, as it unveiled its third quarter property indices and drew on new
“activity” indicators based on levels of real estate enquiries, viewings and completions.
In a further expansion of the consultancy's real estate data collection offering new insights into market reactions and
uptake, Hass reported that the rental market largely absorbed the price increases of the third quarter, while properties
for sale recovered from their lowest levels in two years driven by a renewed uptake of standalone houses during
September.
Overall, sales asking prices rose by 5.1 per cent, with the sharpest rise in apartments, up 3.6 per cent on the previous
quarter, followed by stand alone houses, up by 3.4 per cent. Price rises were more moderate for town houses, with sales
picking up sharply in September.
“We believe it is a correct analysis that as mortgages become more affordable and available, pent-up demand for
property buying will bring higher levels of sales activity. However, with property so fully priced in this market, sellers
seeking higher returns ahead of that surge in demand deterred some buyers in July and August rather than securing
greater revenues,” said Ms Sakina Hassanali, Head of Marketing and Research at HassConsult.
"September, however, saw a renewed appetite for buying, and comfort with the new price levels, offering relief for
developers, many of whom were becoming seriously stretched. The return to more normal levels of buying has come as a
return to life for the sector."
Meanwhile, in the rentals market, the overall rise in asking rents was 4.5 per cent in the third quarter, with the steepest
rise in apartment rents, up 4.2 per cent, followed by standalone houses, up 3.6 per cent. Town house asking rents also
rose 2.8 per cent over the previous three months.
With much of this re-pricing absorbed into the market, the returns for landlords recovered significantly across the
quarter, to a combined 13.81 per cent, across both rental yields and house price appreciation.
“The swelling in demand for rentals as those who would have been first-time buyers have stayed in the rental pool, even
as new entrants arrive, is fueling some continuing rent rises, although we do see signs of some slowing in viewing and
completions,” said Ms Hassanali.
“This rental correction was overdue for many landlords, after some years of stagnating rents, and is now closing the gap in
returns for mortgage-financed landlords that appeared after the mortgage rate rises.”


For more information, please contact:
Sakina Hassanali - Head of Marketing & Research
HassConsult Ltd
ABC Place, Westlands
Tel: +254 020 4446914

 

 

SNAP SHOTS:

  • Stand Alone houses include houses, bungalows, cottages and villas either on their own plot or in a gated community.
  • Property values for stand alone houses have increased by 3.83 times since 2001, a 3.4% rise in the last quarter and a 7.3% rise in the last year. The average price for a stand alone house is currently 33.7 million up from 8.8 million in December 2000.

 

SNAP SHOTS:

  • Town houses include townhouses and maisonettes that are semi-detached or terraced.
  • Property values for town houses have increased by 2.95 times since 2001, a 1.2% rise in the last quarter and a 7.2% rise in the last year. The average price for a town house is currently 19.3 million up from 6.5 million in December 2000.

 

SNAP SHOTS:

  • Apartments include apartments, duplexes and triplexes.
  • Property values for apartments have increased by 2.33 times since 2001, a 3.6% rise in the last quarter and an 6.0% rise in the last year. The average price for an apartment is currently 12.1 million up from 5.2 million in December 2000.

 

SNAP SHOTS:

  • Stand Alone houses include houses, bungalows, cottages and villas either on their own plot or in a gated community.
  • Rental values for stand alone houses have increased by 2.85 times since 2001, a 3.6% rise in the last quarter and a 12.8 rise in the last year. The average rental for a stand alone house is currently Kshs. 162,082 up from Kshs. 56,959 in December 2000.

SNAP SHOTS:

  • Town houses include townhouses and maisonettes that are semi-detached or terraced.
  • Rental values for town houses have increased by 2.39 times since 2001, a 2.8% rise in the last quarter and a 9.1% rise in the last year. The average rental for a town house is currently Kshs. 102,048 up from Kshs. 42,688 in December 2000.

SNAP SHOTS:

  • Apartments include apartments, duplexes and triplexes.
  • Rental values for apartments have increased by 2.88 times since 2001, 4.2% rise in the last quarter and aa 15.0% rise in the last year. The average rent for an apartment is currently Kshs. 66,987 up from Kshs. 21,638 in December 2000.
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Email: info@tmcafrica.com