Fanaka Real Estate, a certified real estate company, deals in the sale of land in Ruiru, Kamakis, Juja and Kenyatta Road areas. Here it offers a guide on why you should invest in these areas: Ruiru-Kamakis, Kenyatta Road and Juja Farm.
These three areas are located off the Thika Superhighway, along the Eastern Bypass. The three areas are among the fastest developing satellite towns within Ruiru – and this is evident from the improved access roads network, connection to the grid, and access to various essential amenities.
One can also enjoy road accessibility via the Eastern Bypass, a 40-minute drive to CBD. You can also drive to the CBD via the Thika Superhighway, get to the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport and Mombasa Road via the Eastern By-pass and to Limuru Road and areas such as Ruaka, and Waiyaki Way via the Northern By-pass.
Investing in this area is highly stimulated by the affordable prices of both land and houses. One can rent or buy houses ranging from bedsitters to 4-bedroom houses and mansions, you can buy land for the development of rental houses from Ksh2 million upwards.
One can get houses in these areas between Ksh4 million to Ksh15 million onwards. These are three-bedroom bungalows and four-bedroom maisonettes respectively. Amenities are also easily accessible, from schools such as Zetech University, Kenyatta University and Nairobi Institute of Business Studies (NIBS).
You can also enjoy uptown markets, banks and entertainment centres. The areas have 24-hour security with three police stations. Water and electricity are in constant supply with the county government through the Ruiru- Juja Water & Sewerage Company providing sewerage systems.
There are also gated communities with boundary walls and a single-manned gate control entrance and adequate security to one’s property. The serene environment, drawn from previous coffee farms, offers the opportunity to try out various land development projects.
The serene environment also offers comfort and peace away from the high rising apartments in lavish estates such as Runda, Kitisuru, Kileleshwa, and Kilimani. Ruiru and Kamakis have continued to register a rise in land prices, recording a 6.65% growth in 2021 compared to a drop of 1.1% in 2020.