Why You Should Invest in Brookvale Tuala Phase One
If you are looking for a prime and affordable land project in Ongata Rongai, you should consider Brookvale Tuala Phase One.
This is a buy and build project that offers you an opportunity to own a piece of land in a well-established and developed residential area, with an ever-growing neighbourhood and breath-taking views of the Ngong Hills.
Brookvale Tuala Phase One is located in Tuala, Rongai area, just 24KM from Nairobi CBD and 7KM off the Maasai Lodge Road junction.
The project is strategically positioned near good private and public schools, such as Maasai Primary, Green Garden and Lebon Schools, as well as institutions of higher learning, such as the Africa Nazarene University.
The area also has public and private hospitals, such as Oloosirkon and Olekasasi Health Centres, Aga Khan, Gertrudes and Curafa Clinics.
The project boasts of well-serviced plots with water and electricity on site, and good all-weather main and access roads.
The project is not affected by the Magadi Road traffic, making it an ideal area for family settlement. The plots are relatively flat, measuring 50 by 100 feet, and have ready title deeds.
The project is suitable for both residential and commercial purposes, as the area has a high demand for rental houses and other businesses.
The project is being offered by Safaricom Investment Co-operative (SIC), a leading real estate company in Kenya that has a proven track record of delivering quality and affordable land and housing projects.
The price of the plots in Brookvale Tuala Phase One is Ksh 1,350,000 for SIC members, and Ksh 1,400,000 for non-members.
The payment plan is flexible, allowing you to pay in cash, or in installments of 3 or 6 months. SIC also accepts a 30% deposit, plus extended payment period.
The booking fee is Ksh 405,000 for members, and Ksh 420,000 for non-members.
If you are interested in investing in Brookvale Tuala Phase One, you can book a free site visit to view the project.
Brookvale Tuala Phase One is a project that you don’t want to miss, as it offers you a chance to own a piece of land in a prime and serene location, with great amenities and potential for growth. Don’t wait, book your plot today and secure your future.
How to buy
- Schedule a free site visit to view.
- Fill in the online offer letter here for free using your smartphone or computer; a copy of the offer letter will be sent to your email for records. No paperwork is required as no printing or scanning is required. A Relationship Manager will be assigned to you to guide you on relevant paperwork.
- Upon filling the offer letter, Pay the booking fees. Share your payment confirmation with your Relationship Manager who will issue you with a receipt and a Sale Agreement for signing.
- Complete payment within the payment duration given and A title deed transfer document will be shared with you for signing.
- We will notify you when your title is ready for picking. You can come pick it at our offices or we can send it to you through a courier service of your choice.
How do I know if a land project is genuine and safe?
To know if a land project is genuine and safe, you need to do some research and verification before you invest your money. Here are some steps that you can follow to check the legitimacy and security of a land project in Kenya:
- Perform an online land search using the Ardhi sasa platform, the e-Citizen portal, or the State Department for Lands and Physical Planning website. You will need to have the title number of the land and fill out the online land search form. You will also need to pay a fee of Ksh 500 for the search. The online land search will show you the details of the land, such as the owner, size, location, and any encumbrances or disputes.
- Verify the title deed of the land by checking its authenticity and validity. You can do this by visiting the land registry office where the land is registered and requesting for a copy of the title deed. You can also compare the title deed with the online land search results and the physical features of the land. You should also check the date of issue, the serial number, the stamp, and the signature of the title deed.
- Conduct a physical inspection of the land by visiting the site and verifying its boundaries, measurements, and landmarks. You should also check the soil type, drainage, accessibility, and security of the land. You can also talk to the neighbours and the local administration to get more information about the land and the area.
- Consult a professional surveyor, lawyer, or valuer who can help you with the technical and legal aspects of the land project. They can help you with the due diligence, the valuation, the transfer, and the registration of the land. They can also advise you on the risks and benefits of the land project, and protect you from fraud and scams.
How do I avoid being scammed when buying land?
Buying land is a big investment that requires careful research and verification. You don’t want to lose your money or end up with a land that has legal or physical issues. To avoid being scammed when buying land, you can follow these tips:
- Don’t be in a hurry: Scammers often try to pressure you into making a quick decision by offering you a limited-time deal or a cheap price. Don’t fall for this trap. Take your time to evaluate the land and the seller, and compare different options before you commit.
- Don’t pay for a land you have not inspected: Never agree to pay for a land that you have not seen physically or verified its boundaries, measurements, and features. You may end up paying for a land that does not exist, or that is different from what was advertised. Always visit the site and inspect the land yourself, or send someone you trust to do it for you.
- Ask for the title deed and the survey plan: These are the most important documents that prove the ownership and the validity of the land. Ask the seller to show you the original title deed and the survey plan, and verify them with the land registry office where the land is registered. You can also do an online land search using the Ardhi sasa platform³, the e-Citizen portal⁴⁵ , or the State Department for Lands and Physical Planning website¹². You will need to have the title number of the land and pay a fee of Ksh 500 for the search. The online land search will show you the details of the land, such as the owner, size, location, and any encumbrances or disputes.
- Consult a professional: It is advisable to seek the help of a professional surveyor, lawyer, or valuer who can assist you with the technical and legal aspects of the land project. They can help you with the due diligence, the valuation, the transfer, and the registration of the land. They can also advise you on the risks and benefits of the land project, and protect you from fraud and scams.
- Use official and verified real estate platforms: If you are looking for a land project online, make sure you use reputable and trustworthy real estate platforms, such as Danco. These platforms have verified listings and agents, and offer you reliable information and guidance on buying land. Avoid listings that have inconsistent or incomplete information, or that have been posted multiple times.