An investigation into the rate of occupancy in condominium developments case study of Nakawa Division.
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This dissertation mainly focused on finding out the rate of occupancy in condominium developments in Nakawa division. Majority of the condominiums are not fully occupied due to a number of reasons that are discussed within the different chapters of the document. While in the field, various methods of data collection were used to obtain data and these included; observation, sampling, interview method, administering of questionnaires, photography and surveys. The major field findings in the research were concerned with the rate of occupancy within these developments due to the overwhelming increase in population and yet some of the developments were not fully occupied. Chapter one gives and insight of the background of the topic as the introduction statement of the problem, its justification, the objectives, the signifance and the research questions relevant to the study. Chapter two looks at the literature review which was built on knowledge from various articles and theses all contribute to the validity of the topic hence simplicity in the data collection throughout the research period. Chapter three includes the methodology used in data collection, the scope of the study which includes its location and al the methods used to simplify data analysis since it builds on the broader picture about what exists on ground. Chapter four and five contain the field findings, key discussions. Chapter six looks at the recommendations and conclusion