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Byline: Juliet Kigongo
In the past, people would acquire land through different individuals where one could even sell land more than twice to different people. During that time, it was difficult to get a trustworthy person selling a plot of land, even the middle man could sometimes be an impostor. The only rightful way one would acquire land with no strings attached, was when they got it from their relatives, which is not the case today.
Today, real estate dealers have made the work of buying and selling land easy because in case anything happens, no one else will be sued except a specific property agent that one dealt with. Mr Nathan Obbo, the sales executive with …