5 Reasons Why You Need To Consider Kangundo Road When Looking For Your First Home

With the ongoing road expansion projects along Kangundo Road, there has been a surge in demand in real estate for both residential and commercial properties.

This has led to the rapid growth of the areas along Kangundo Road, which include but not limited to Kamulu, Joska, and Malaa. This is characterized by the speed of the construction of new cities, hotels, and homes.

Here are some of the factors that make Kangundo Road an ideal location for all aspiring homeowners:

1. Low Price Along Kangundo Road

The price of land in the area is considerably low, making it affordable to most real estate investors.

This highly sought-after address boasts of some of the most affordable land prices within the Nairobi Metropolis region. This is best exemplified by Fanaka who have lands selling at prices as low as Ksh 799,000 for an eighth an acre plot – commonly referred to as 50*100

2. Steady growth

The area has proved to be growing very fast with the upcoming of new cities and even the growth in businesses.

Kangundo road is a beneficiary of the ambitious infrastructure projects undertaken by the Government of Kenya. It has already been earmarked for an upgrade to dual carriage by the Kenya Urban Roads Authority.

3. Ease of Access

Areas along Kangundo road can be accessed easily either from the CBD, Mombasa Road, Thika Road as well as Machakos. With the construction of dual carriage, this is expected to ease movement within the area.

The area has several hardware shops, recreational venues and bar joints, construction material shops, and timber yards. This makes construction material readily available.

Based on the above-mentioned factors, coupled with stately homes, thriving commercial centers, supermarkets, and petrol stations, Kangundo road is the best place to settle for a home.

4. The gated community set up

Most of the residential estates coming up in this area are gated. This ensures safety not only for you but for your families as well. Fanaka real estate has considered this as they set up all of their projects in a gated community plan.

5. Title processing

In comparison to other dormitory counties around Nairobi, the process of purchasing and owning land out of town has proven time and again to be less cumbersome.

By this, I mean that the title processing procedure is much faster in Machakos county. Take for instance Fanaka Real Estate who operates in this area and has been able to facilitate the transfer of more than 2000 title deeds to their clients.

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