A New Dawn For Nakuru County’s Affordable Housing
Owning a house remains a distant dream for most middle- and low-income Kenyans.
The government came up with the Big Four agenda in a bid to narrow the gap and allow Kenyans in urban centers have access to affordable housing.
The county of Nakuru has recently shown significant support towards the housing agenda as they recently called upon private real estate companies to consider supporting the housing sector and invest in the county.
Username Investment Ltd Chief Executive Officer, Reuben Kimani cited on the need for the county providing affordable land to allow private real estate companies to invest. He made the remarks during the launch of their new office located at Assumption Centre, 4th Floor opposite St. Paul’s University along Moi Road.
“Nakuru County has a deficit of 10,000 housing units according to the Kenya National Bureau of Statistics. The Affordable Housing programme is set to build 2,000 housing units per County; this means that a shortage of 8,000 housing units remains. In response to this need, we have offered affordable land to over 5,500 clients. This is our unique role in the realization of the Housing Agenda as a Company.”
The officer urged on stakeholders involved to move with speed so to ensure that the future generation acquires a place to call home and those renting in urban areas have access to affordable land.
“Real estate investing requires investors to be served in an effective and efficient way, and this is why we have brought services closer to Nakuru residents. The process of investment involves documentation and signing of agreements, and this office will be facilitating this process for our customers in Nakuru and the surrounding areas.
They can now access our services easily in between their tight schedules and also collect their title deeds and begin development. Providing a place to call home is the sole purpose of this office”, Reuben added.
The company will be offering free site visit sessions to all willing clients in a bid to see housing gap reduce in the area before 2022.
“We are glad to have delivered title deeds to clients who invested in our projects in this county, and we are set to deliver more this year. I call upon every individual to invest and ensure they have a place they call their own by the end of this year”, Reuben concluded.
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