Frequently Asked Questions

Once you make your enquiry, our customer care team will respond within a period of 24 hours. Details regarding the desired property may be sent via email, or a meeting with a Nyago agent can be arranged to help you make an informed investment decision

Identify the piece of land that you would like to purchase, and a site representative will arrange a site visit to the property.

After the site visit, you may reserve the plot using the sub division site map. Complete the booking form and the application form from the Nyago offices.

You will be required to produce your original Identity (ID) Card, a Copy of your KRA PIN certificate and a coloured passport size photograph.

Once intent to purchase the plot has been confirmed, we will issue a letter of offer outlining the terms and conditions of the sale. The letter of offer will indicate the appropriate bank account details for the property, to enable you to pay the first deposit towards the purchase of the property. The letter of offer will be issued within seven (7) days from the date of the application. You will have fourteen (14) days to accept the letter of offer, which must be executed in triplicate as a confirmation that you have read, understood and agreed to the terms and conditions stated therein.

Proceed to pay the deposit using the bank account details provided in the letter of offer. The deposit slip should be submitted to Nyago as a confirmation of the payment and after which, we will issue an official receipt for the payment made.

A copy of the letter of offer will be forwarded to our advocates for preparation of an agreement for sale (in triplicate) within seven (7) days from the date of the payment confirmation. You will have (14) days to execute the agreement for sale, after which it will be executed by the Nyago directors and attested by our advocates

Once the plot is fully paid for as per the terms of the agreement of sale, we will commence the process of transferring the property in your name.

We will then issue a letter of completion of payment and so that you can now occupy the property.

We will liaise with our advocates and advise you on the required amounts for legal fees, registration fees, stamp duty and any other fees required to facilitate the transfer and obtain the title deed in your name. (Pay your stamp duty using the KRA iTax portal)

Upon completion of the transfer process and the title deed in your name is received from the advocate, we will get in touch with you within seven (7) days to collect your title deed. You must present your original identification card when collecting your title deed.