9 Reasons to Own Land in Matuu Affordably

It's not news that land in Matuu is hot property right now. Matuu is one of the fastest growing towns in Kenya. The construction pace, coupled with the fact that more people from around the country keep relocating to Matuu every day, tells us a story. Suppose you've been thinking of expanding your home, maybe even building an entirely new home from the ground up. In that case, you'd be crazy not to consider buying land in this beautiful municipality. The best part is that when you buy a piece of land in Matuu, all the services you'll need are there. You don't have to go outside just for a simple thing like filling a prescription or getting something delivered from the supermarket. Town shopping malls, pharmacies, supermarkets and even plazas are here for you to enjoy all your basic needs. When speaking of real estate, Matuu ranks among the top towns to invest in with excellent and affordable projects such as Dhahabu Plains Matuu Phase 3. A project by Dhahabu Lands Limited, one of Kenya's largest real estate companies.

Here are the 9 reasons why buying land in Matuu is such an excellent investment

  1. Matuu is a fast-growing town: Matuu is now one of the fastest growing towns in Kenya, according to the census. More people from all over the country keep relocating to the area every day. This shift in population has led to high demand for housing and real estate purchase. This growth has also influenced government plans in the expansion of Matuu town.
  2. Matuu is a fast-growing town: Matuu is now one of the fastest growing towns in Kenya, according to the census. More people from all over the country keep relocating to the area every day. This shift in population has led to high demand for housing and real estate purchase. This growth has also influenced government plans in the expansion of Matuu town.
  3. A Vibrant Business Area: Matuu is a vibrant town with many businesses in different sectors such as agriculture, hotels, manufacturing, and transportation. The busy central business district makes Matuu a hot spot for real estate investors with great potential and returns on investment.
  4. Affordable Housing Projects like Dhahabu Plains Matuu Phase 2: Dhahabu lands limited has launched affordable plots in Matuu going for as low as KeS 350,000 – that’s the lumpsome payment plan or KeS 400,000 if you opt for the flexible instalment plan. These plots are located within 5mins off Matuu Town and only 1.4km from the Thika-Garissa Highway, making them ideal for commercial or residential development.
  5. The area has an excellent infrastructure: One of the main reasons this area has grown so fast over the years is its good infrastructure. The roads are well-built and tarmacked. There are electricity and water connections almost everywhere. Foodstuffs such as vegetables and meat are also very accessible from Nairobi and other regions of Kenya.
  6. Many good schools in Matuu: The demand for schools in Matuu has been on the rise. This rise in demand results from the many families that have moved there. Several great schools have come up as a result. These include Matuu High School, one of the top secondary schools in Machakos County today. Other prominent schools in Matuu include the Merc High School, Makivenzi Girls, Gatehouse School, Joy Springs School and many others.
  7. The area has a thriving agricultural sector: Most people in this suburb venture into agriculture because the place has very fertile soils that support agriculture. Crop farming is an everyday activity among many locals there. The main crops grown here include cereals like maize, potatoes, bananas, Irish potatoes, mangoes, lemons, oranges, papayas etc. There's also livestock keeping in Matuu, especially poultry, goats and even beekeeping.
  8. It is well secured: Security is a significant concern when looking for land to invest in, but Matuu has great security compared to other towns situated along the highway. There are several police stations in Matuu. There are also private security companies hired to guard large estates, individual homes and commercial establishments like banks.
  9. The climate is fantastic: When you plan to move to an area, you will want to know what the weather is like all year round. If you plan on living in one place for a long time, you need to ensure that there won't be any significant problems caused by extreme temperatures such as heatwaves or cold spells. In this part of Kenya, we have very mild winters and warm summers with sunshine throughout the year!

Good News

The good news is that Matuu's growth is unstoppable, and you can reap from it. If you are thinking about putting money into real estate, Dhahabu Plains Matuu Phase 2 are the plots to buy. As the city grows, so will its land value, and the best part of it is that you don't have to be a millionaire to afford property in Matuu.

Should You Settle in Matuu?

So if you are asking yourself, "Should I buy land in Matuu?" the answer is YES! The opportunities are endless, and the growth of the town is unmatched.

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