Finally!
The most affordable way to own an investment property in Nairobi

No need to pay any DEPOSIT. Head straight into starting your investment journey by paying as little as Ksh. 30,000 per month!

Fellow Kenyan, jambo! 👋

We get it.

You’ve got important things to do, and we sincerely appreciate your time and attention in reading this page.

And I promise you that, in about 4 minutes, Once you’ve finished reading this page…

You’ll be like:

“Okay, this has to be the best investment deal I’ve ever seen!” 😀

Ready? Let’s get into it.

 

Building wealth is no easy feat.

Especially in these hard economic times.

We all know how difficult it can be to save, let alone invest.

But what if there was a way for you to start investing right now, without having to wait for a big chunk of money?

You can start investing with as little as KES 30,000 per month.

That’s right.

 

Look,

Searching for affordable real estate investments isn’t a difficult task;

Finding one is. 

We know that you have been frustrated by the Kenyan Real Estate Industry.

You have been frustrated by the high prices, crazy down-payment requirements, huge interest rates and lack of integrity by developers.

You open your laptop, 10 tabs loading, each sounding like the previous one, “affordable real estate,” but they don’t appeal.

How often will you look at them, wondering when the meaning of the word “affordable” changed? 🤔

And so you close them.

You return to your day, hoping that tomorrow will bring a better solution.

 

Here’s the good news. 😊

TSAVO has heard your concerns.

It has never been this easy to own a rental apartment in Nairobi.

Yes!

You can now own a rental apartment in Nairobi…

With no deposit.

That’s right.

Zero deposit!

No more saving up for months to pay the initial downpayment.

You can forget about that here.

Bypass the deposit entirely and head straight to the monthly instalments.

Before we show you what project we’re selling, let’s look at…

A simple example of the 0% deposit plan.

Here’s how it works!

If you are planning to buy a studio at Ksh. 1.8M, over a 5-year payment plan

Then #JustDivide the purchase price (1.8M) by 60 months,

And you will get Ksh. 30,000.

i.e

1.8M÷(5×12)= 30,000

Alternatively,

You can divide the selling price by the amount you can comfortably pay to get the number of months you will take.

For instance,

If you wish to pay Ksh. 50,000 per month, then #JustDivide Ksh. 1.8M by Ksh. 50,000, and you will get 36 months which is a 3-year payment plan.

i.e

1.8M÷50,000= 36

PS.

This is not a Rent-to-own plan nor is it a mortgage plan.

It is an alternative to the 2 and works differently.

To talk to one of our agents, who’ll explain this, submit your contacts in below.

NOW SELLING!!!

We’ve got this new project in Thindigua, Kiambu rd that we are currently selling.

It’s called TSAVO Sunset phase 2 and happens to be our 13th project

And also our 3rd project in that area (We honestly thank God for coming this far 🙏🏻).

The picture below shows what it will look like in 24 months…

Once we have completed it and handed it over to our investors (we hope that you’ll be one of them 😎).

This project has units ranging from…

Ksh. 1.8 Million to Ksh. 2.8 Million, and best of all,

We have flexible payment plans of up to 5 years at a 0% interest rate, and you DON’T need to pay any DEPOSIT to start your investment journey.

Click the button below to download the full brochure that has more information, such as:

  • The expected RENTAL INCOME for each unit typology.
  • The payment plan which allows you to pay as little as Ksh. 30,000 per month.
  • The floor plans of all the unit typologies (Studio and one-bedroom apartments).

Complete Projects

Ongoing projects

Tsavorite Testimonial

“Investing in TSAVO off-plan is more secure than investing in a complete project somewhere

S. Imende

“Very transparent and engaging owners who walk with you through the entire journey, plus a flexible payment plan. What more could one wish for?”

Angela Omolo

“Modern housing has never been better than this. Kudos!”

Gerald Kiragu