Kenyan land prices have skyrocketed in recent years. This trend is expected to continue for a few years, given the growing population and demand for land to build residential and commercial properties.
This article will help you determine where you can buy land for residential development, agricultural development, or simply to buy and save it for future use or sale, a low-cost investment.
1.Kangundo road-Joska, Kamulu
Kangundo road is located in Machakos county, 45 minutes from Nairobi's central business district. Because of its location, the area is a popular real estate investment zone, and plots are very affordable. Better public transportation is now available in the area, and new businesses have started growing up along the way. Kangundo Road has quickly become a popular dwelling for most city dwellers.
Kangundo Road has greatly benefited from infrastructure improvements. On the road, a dual carriageway has already been built. There are also excellent amenities in the area, such as hospitals, schools, and shopping malls. As a result of investors building housing projects, the area has experienced unprecedented growth. The area has become more accessible to residents working in neighboring counties as a result of the construction of the by-passes.
Kamulu is one of the best places in Kenya to build a home. Land values in Kamulu are expected to skyrocket as Kangundo Road is upgraded to a dual carriageway.
Ngong borders Karen and is about 30 kilometers from Nairobi's central business district. The Standard Gauge Railway, as well as the construction of the Ngong SGR station, the extension of Ngong Road from Nairobi has significantly reduced commute times to and from the CBD, and the tarmacing of the Ngong-Kibiko subway road has also improved the residential and commercial profile of the area are all reasons why you should invest in Ngong.
Ngong, Kimuka, and Isinya continue to be some of the most affordable places to purchase land. Plot prices typically range between Kshs.250,000 and Kshs.350,000, but can skyrocket if the plot is near a road or a shopping center.
3. Juja farm
Juja Farm is located in Kiambu County, 15 kilometers from Juja town, which is a 10-minute drive away, and 34 kilometers from Nairobi Central Business District.
Juja Farm is one of the Nairobi Metropolitan Area's fastest growing. It has piqued the interest of many people looking to invest in that sector.
The tarmacing of the Juja farm road has increased demand for Juja farm plots. A 50 by 100 plot costs between ksh.500,000 and 1 million, depending on location.
Juja Farm is the best place to invest in residential and commercial properties. What you need to do is find a reputable real estate agent.
Tinga Town in Kenya near Nairobi CBD offers plots for sale with ready title deeds for less than Ksh 200,000. Tinga town is an hour's drive from Nairobi's CBD along the newly expanded Magadi road. Between Ongata Rongai and Kiserian, the town has basic schools, hospitals, a police station, water, and electricity, among other social amenities.
5.Kikuyu, Kiambu County
As a result of the expansion of Waiyaki Way and the Southern Bypass, Kikuyu has emerged as a real estate hotspot in Kenya. Kikuyu has become more appealing due to its proximity to the Nairobi CBD, as well as amenities such as good schools and hospitals.
Kikuyu land for sale can be found in Limuru, Kabete, Ondiri, and Kinoo. Kikuyu and Kiambu land for sale averages KSh 3,200,000 per plot. Depending on location, the most expensive plot of land costs KSh 9,500,000.
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