Safaricom Investment Cooperative has issued more than 150 title deeds to buyers in its Nanyuki land project, paving the way for them to begin constructing homes.
The Olpajeta Ridge project is seated on a 300-acre plot and consists of 180 eight-acre and120 quarter-acre plots.
These plots are next to the Ol’Pajeta conservancy and Sweet Waters tented camps, providing a perfect opportunity for homeowners seeking luxurious, serene and quality spaces to live in with family, retirement, or simply a holiday home.
It also provides an opportunity for those investors looking for good returns in the real estate business.
Safaricom Investment Cooperative has ensured that the plots have adequate security and essential infrastructure facilities, including an electric fence and graded road network and a police post.
The plots are also close to Kenya’s British Army Training Unit and Laikipia Airbase.
Safaricom Investment Co-operative has now issued titles to buyers of Ol’Pajeta Ridge phases 1,2, and 3.
According to the SIC Chief Executive Sarah Wahogo, this project is the product of well-driven market research efforts and a great investment to all who have invested in it.
“Just as we promise our clients, we also ensure that we issue titles within six months of purchase. To achieve this, we continue to work round the clock to shorten the transfer process from our vendors to Safaricom Investment,” said Ms Wahogo.
The co-operative’s projects are spread across the country, including Kiambu, Kisumu, Laikipia, Nakuru, Machakos, Makueni, Mombasa, Kajiado and Narok counties.