Fusion Estate Management Limited is a subsidiary of Fusion Capital Limited, a Kenyan private equity firm, and real estate developer.
Yes, Fusion Estates is a registered and licensed Estate Agency firm in Kenya that primarily focuses on large scale peri-urban residential master-planned developments and affordable housing in East Africa.
We are located at 20th Floor, 4th Avenue Towers, along 4th Ngong Avenue, Upper hill, Nairobi
Fusion Estates is a registered and licensed estate agency firm in Kenya. We offer a diverse portfolio of properties, including residential and commercial,in highly sought out areas that have a high appreciation rate. You can choose the investment that suits your financial goals and preferences.
Also, Fusion Estates is a 16-year-old firm (Fusion Capital) has established its credentials and experience as a solid property developer, with an expansive and well-capitalized asset portfolio of up to $200 million which comprises various assets spread across Kenya, Uganda, and Rwanda.
Plots for sale in Kikuyu vary with amenities but it is relatively affordable compared to buying land in other Nairobi areas. You can get ⅛ plot acre in Kikuyu for at least 850, 000 ksh to 950,000 ksh sold by Fusion Estates Check Zahara Gardens and Alpha Meadows projects in Kikuyu area
Kikuyu is strategically located near Nairobi city making it easier to tap into Nairobi’s vibrant economy, amenities and infrastructure. Kikuyu also has nice weather favorable for agriculture with promising opportunities in real estate and commercial property investment. Read more on 6 Reasons Why You Need to Invest in Kikuyu, Kiambu County
If you want to get cheap land in Nairobi, consider buying land in the Nairobi metropolitan areas. Consider areas like Kiambu, Juja, Kikuyu, Athi River, Ngong, Kitengela, Joska Kamulu,
Here is a guide one what to look for when buying land in Nairobi Metropolitan areas
To buy land in Nairobi Kenya, you need to do a research of areas you want to buy. It’s also advisable to use a trusted and licensed real estate agent like Fusion Estates to help you with details on land or properties guide. Also, ensure you visit the land site to confirm the existence of the land and do proper due diligence. Have a lawyer to also help you ensure all legal processes are adhered to and remember to negotiate.
Buying land in Kenya involves several legal and administrative processes, and you will need to provide various documents to complete the transaction. Some of the documents that you need to buy land in Kenya include:
- The original title deed for the property
- The transfer of property duly executed by the vendor or seller
- National identity Card/ Certificate of Registration of the vendor or seller and KRA Pin Certificate
- Three passport-sized photographs of the seller or vendor. For a company, photographs of two of its director or a director and company secretary and their KRA Pin Certificate is a needed
- Land Rent Clearance Certificate for the Property, if the land is a leasehold from the Government
- Rates Clearance Certificate for the Property issued by the relevant local authority (if applicable)
- Original receipts evidencing the payment of rates and rates
- Consent to transfer the property
- Valuation form duly filled by the Vendor or his advocate
Land is a good investment because it is a physical and long-term asset that can appreciate in value over time. If you purchase land in urban areas, places with high population or metropolitan areas like Kikuyu, Athi River, Kiambu, Ruiru among others it’s likely to appreciate more over time.
Before purchasing land in Kenya, you should consider the following:
- Intended Purpose of the Land: Determine if the land is suitable for agricultural, residential, commercial, or industrial purposes.
- Typography of the Land: Assess the topography of the land to ensure it aligns with your requirements.
- Utilities: Check if the land has access to essential utilities such as water, electricity, and sewage systems.
- Riparian Land: Verify if the land is located on riparian land, which is subject to specific regulations.
- Road Access: Confirm if the land has proper road access for transportation and convenience.
- Avoid Fraud: Be cautious to avoid fraudulent transactions. Follow a step-by-step process to minimize risks.
No, for you to legally own land in Kenya, you need to have a title deed registered under your name.
A land search in Kenya costs 500 Kenyan shillings. You can do the land search on e-citizen and pay land search fees via Mpesa, a credit card, or a debit card.
A title deed document is an evidence of land ownership in Kenya
Doing a title deed check online is very easy. You just have to create an account on E-citizen and register with Ardhisasa- Land Rent Refunds Section.
Yes, you need to have a KRA pin to buy land in Kenya. It is one of the many documents that you must have when buying or selling land in Kenya
Before buying land, there are a number of things that you need to consider. Check the location of the land, the price of the land, the history of the land. Is the land riparian, what is the typography of the land, does it have road access, are there social amenities within the location? Most importantly do land search of the land.
To find a real good estate company, consider asking for referrals from friends, family and neighbours. From there, do your due diligence. Check online reviews of the real estate company as well as their social media reviews. It is also vital to check their experience and track record. Go to their website and see what they offer, their management and their overall reputation.