Own your Plot. Before it is too Late.

Welcome To Fanaka Real Estate Ltd. Our core business is the sale of land within Nairobi and its environs at affordable prices. Most of our projects are located along Kangundo Road in Kamulu, Joska and Malaa areas.  Many people make a mistake of postponing on buying land and regret later when prices  skyrocket.  Due to high land appreciation rates, we have seen plots’ prices increase from Ksh. 200, 000 to Ksh. 1 million within just a period of  3yrs in these regions. Already 90% of land in Nairobi and it’s Environs is developed. So, hurry up and be part of the 10%.

Why Us

    • We have projects in developed areas in close proximity to Nairobi CBD
    • Affordable and Flexible mode of payments.
    • Ready titles deeds for all our projects
    • All amenities available
    • Free daily site visits
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Available Properties

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Our Values

Mission

To create a unique a real estate experience through a touch approach while adding value to the community.

Vision

To be recognized as the leading agency in property services.

Values

Trust, Responsibility, Understanding, Standards,  Truth;

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Past Projects
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Ongoing Projects
1500
Title Deeds Disbursed
3500
Happy Clients

We Are Award-Wining Real Estate Company


Client Testimonials

Macdonald Mambo

Ted

Lucas

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Kanini

Abdi Hasir

Sammy Ombiro

Leonard Njuguna Kibe

Our Latest Posts

  • September 16, 2019

The land is the most preferred investment in Kenya, but most people don’t understand why. Well, In this article, we explore the advantages of investing in land and why it is the most preferred kind of investment in our country so far: Why do most people prefer to invest in Real Estate? Investing in land

  • July 26, 2019

In the past, land records were uncoordinated making it possible for unscrupulous people to take advantage and steal land from rightful owners. All this is set to change with the digitization of all land records in Kenya. In an attempt to become more efficient and responsive to Kenyans, the ministry of lands has been working

  • July 8, 2019

Around the end of last year, many property owners were rendered homeless and property worth millions destroyed for having invaded the Kenya Power wayleave in an operation dubbed “Ondokea Laini.” Real estate investment is lucrative, but before committing to pay your hard earned cash, you will need to do proper due diligence. Purchasing land is