Buying a Plot in Kenya: When looking to buy a plot, the value of the land and its cost are two of the most essential factors that you will consider. There are times that buyers go for cheap plots simply because they are appear affordable at face value. However, when buying a plot, its value should take top priority over its cost. This is why:

What is a value proposition?

A value proposition can be described as a commitment or promise of value to be delivered to clients by an organization. In marketing however, it can be described as a service or a feature intended to make a product or a company attractive to prospective clients.

Most if not all companies have value propositions that make them stand out from their competitors. The same goes for us here at Fanaka, we have quite a couple of them that we shall discuss in detail below.

Ready Titles

Before releasing our projects into the market, we ensure they all have ready titles available to our clients. By so doing, we build a relationship of trust with them by providing the mother title for the search process to ensure that the parcel of land does belong to us before they start the payment process.

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When dealing with land, it is paramount to ensure that you provide all the necessary documents when need arises so as to make the transaction smooth and easy.

Plots in Ruai-Kamulu: Click to view affordable plots you can buy for as little as Sh. 1.1 million

Accessibility

We are keen when it comes to picking projects. By being keen we mean we ensure that the roads leading to the projects are well graded and easily accessible by any means of transport. The roads are all weather roads thus a guarantee that even if it pours, you will still be in a position to access your parcel of land without any hindrance whatsoever.

Affordability

Aside from having crazy discounts on our projects from time to time, we also offer flexible instalment plans at the convenience of our clients. Our instalment plans can stretch for as long as twelve months and this allows the client to plan and pay slowly without having to financially strain themselves. We understand that owning a piece of land especially now can be quite hectic and costly and it is our aim to ensure that we provide as many people as possible with the right parcel that they can one day call home.

Affordability of construction material

The most expensive process of building would be the buying of construction materials. Along Kangundo road, we have quite a number of hardware stores that provide affordable material and guess what, our projects are strategically located around such businesses which enables our clients to reduce on the transportation cost to your plot.

Plots in Joska: Click to view plots in Joska, Kangundo Road you can buy from as low as Sh. 850,000.

Developed neighborhoods

Considering that our furthest project is 3.5 KM off the main road, it is safe to say that we have hand picked them all and ensured that they are located in close proximity to already developed or developing centres. This is to ensure safety as well as appreciation of your parcel of land once bought as the developments around cause the land to appreciate in value.

Availability of social amenities

In close proximity to all our projects lies social amenities to cater for the needs of you and your family. We have schools, hospitals, banks, police posts, Supper markets and fresh grocery stores that are easily accessible.

That being said, it is safe to say that the value you are being offered holds much more weight as compared to the price. When buying a parcel of land, take not of the  value propositions that are being offered by the firm you are dealing with. Buying a Plot in Kenya.

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