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Kenyan Real Estate

Frequently Asked Questions

How Do I Rest My Password?

How Do I Rest My Password?

1. Navigate to the Kenyan-Real-Estate.com website and Click Login

Navigate to Login

2. Enter your email address click Lookup.

Lookup

Check your email Inbox for the password reset link. And click Reset Password.

Now you can log in to your Kenyan-Real-Estate.com account using your new password

Posting property for sale is free and easy

1. Create an Account

2. Take Photos

3. Upload Your Listing

4. Start Getting Calls!

How Do I Create an Account?

How Do I Create an Account?

Navigate to Kenyan-Real-Estate.com and click Agent Signup

Navigate to Agent Signup

Enter your email address as well as password and Click Submit.

Agent Signup Form

Posting property for sale is free and easy

1. Create an Account

2. Take Photos

3. Upload Your Listing

4. Start Getting Calls!

What Photos Should I Take? Tips 3, 4, and 5 of 5

What Photos Should I Take? Tips 3, 4, and 5 of 5

A listing with pictures attracts a lot more attention than one without. However there are tips to take great pictures of a home. Whether you’re an agent or a person trying to sell or rent your own home or property, it’s vital that you make a big first impression, and pictures are the best (and maybe only) opportunity that you will have to do just that.

More clients than ever before begin their home search online, and homes without pictures are often passed up immediately. Why? Well, imagine that you are looking for a new home and you are online checking out what’s available in your desired area.

Would you bother to click on a listing with no pictures? Your first thought might be, “Why are there no pictures? What’s wrong with this house?” And, that’s exactly what might happen to you if you are the seller or listing agent.

Tip 3: Take brighter pictures:

Any professional photographer will tell you that nothing is better than natural sunlight. Try to schedule picture-taking day on a sunny day if possible. Be sure to open curtains to allow as much natural light in as possible. A dark, cloudy day produces very dull and gloomy pictures that just aren’t very appealing to look at.

Tip 4: Some hints to remember:

When photographing a room it almost always looks better if the shot is taken from the doorway looking into the room.

Exterior pictures of single-family homes look better if shot from an angle instead of directly from the front. This allows viewers to see the depth of the home instead of a “flat” two-dimensional view of the front.

Try not to include obstructions on the outside if possible. Items such as telephone poles, electrical wires and dumpsters do nothing to make a home look appealing and actually detract from what should be the center of attention — the house itself.

Be sure to take a LOT of photos. That way you can pick and choose which pictures look the best. However finally choose only a few (5 – 6) best pictures to upload for a listing.

Tip 5: Make improvements if needed:

If you have a home computer then you have free software to enhance any pictures that might need a little improvement.

It’s worth your time to do a little quick editing if needed to make the pictures look as good as possible.

That’s it. Now that you have some very impressive pictures to show home seekers, you are ready to market that property in record time!

What Photos Should I Take? Tips 1 and 2 of 5

What Photos Should I Take? Tips1 and 2 of 5

A listing with pictures attracts a lot more attention than one without. However there are tips to take great pictures of a home. Whether you’re an agent or a person trying to sell or rent your own home or property, it’s vital that you make a big first impression, and pictures are the best (and maybe only) opportunity that you will have to do just that.

More clients than ever before begin their home search online, and homes without pictures are often passed up immediately. Why? Well, imagine that you are looking for a new home and you are online checking out what’s available in your desired area.

Would you bother to click on a listing with no pictures? Your first thought might be, “Why are there no pictures? What’s wrong with this house?” And, that’s exactly what might happen to you if you are the seller or listing agent.

Tip 1: Picture Quality:

One of the most common mistakes we notice when we look at pictures of a house for sale or rent is poor picture quality. Top-of-the-line equipment is not necessary to take good pictures of a house or property. The average cellphone camera may not cut it either. Take pictures with at least 5-megapixels of image detail.

Tip 2: Take pictures of what really matters:

Keep in mind that people want to see the home or property that is being advertised, NOT what is in it. The property should be free of clutter and reasonably clean.

Allow the person who’s seeing the pictures to imagine their things in the home instead of seeing too much of someone else’s.

Try to include colorful items in the photos that attract attention such as brightly colored artwork, flowers, etc.

Also take pictures of any amenities if there e.g. gym, swimming pool, clubhouse etc.

How can I advertise with Kenyan-Real-Estate.com?

How can I advertise with Kenyan-Real-Estate.com?

Advertising with Kenyan-Real-Estate.com is easy. You can advertise your property to sell or rent via our website for free.

To advertise with Kenyan-real-estate.com, all you need to do is:

  • Sign up with us if you have not already signed up.
  • Start listing your properties with us.
  • Collect information about your property along with some good pictures and list the same in our website.
  • Add your property description along with pictures.
  • Preview your listing to check how it will appear to viewers.
  • Modify your listing with your login credentials.

The best way for you to advertise as an agent or owner is with your listings.

If you want still a discrete ad or for any other information please e-mail us at:

support@kenyan-real-estate.com

Kindly note: Kenyan-Real-Estate.com is not a real estate agent or a real estate broker. We do not represent the seller, buyer, landlord, and/ or tenant in personally offering a property for transaction. We only supply all parties with information on Real Estate in Kenya.

What Information Can I Include in a Real Estate Listing?

What Information Can I Include in a Real Estate Listing?

You can include lots of information regarding a property you want to list on: Kenyan-Real-Estate.com

The specific information that can be included in your listing are mentioned below:

  • Title of Property
  • Property class: (Home / Land / Farms / Commercial / Rental)
  • Price
  • Address
  • Neighborhood Info
  • Year Built
  • Floors
  • Garage Size
  • Square Feet
  • Lot Size
  • Property Tax
  • Beds
  • Bath
  • Full Description
  • Home Features
  • Community Features
  • Pictures of the Property
  • Longtitude for a Map
  • Latitude for a Map
How long has kenyan-real-estate.com been around?

How long has kenyan-real-estate.com been around?

Kenyan-Real-Estate.com was formed in 2014. It was formed with a simple philosophy in mind: simply offering the cheapest and most effective way to buy, sell, and rent / let property in Kenya.

Getting started is easy

1. Create an Account

2. Take Photos

3. Upload Your Listing

4. Start Getting Calls!

Can I Sell a Property From Kenyan-Real-Estate.com?

Can I Sell a Property From Kenyan-Real-Estate.com?

Kenyan-Real-Estate.com does not represent the seller, buyer, landlord, and/ or tenant in personally offering a property for transaction. We only supply all parties with information on Real Estate in Kenya. We gather as well as present information on Kenyan Real Estate. We have made efforts to correctly reflect information we receive, however Kenyan-Real-Estate.com does not warrant the information is accurate in all or every respect.

Use the website to post your property for sale or use an agent to assist you.

Getting started is easy

1. Create an Account

2. Take Photos

3. Upload Your Listing

4. Start Getting Calls!

Can I Buy a Property From Kenyan-Real-Estate.com?

Can I Buy a Property From Kenyan-Real-Estate.com?

Kenyan-Real-Estate.com does not represent the seller, buyer, landlord, and/ or tenant in personally offering a property for transaction. We only supply all parties with information on Real Estate in Kenya. We gather as well as present information on Kenyan Real Estate. We have made efforts to correctly reflect information we receive, however Kenyan-Real-Estate.com does not warrant the information is accurate in all or every respect.

Use the information to contact the agent or seller of a property directly.

Map of Kenyan Counties Served

Map of Kenyan Counties Served

Kenyan-Real-Estate.com is a real estate listing and information hosting service. We are Infopreneurs; which means that we gather as well as present information on Kenyan Real Estate. We only supply all parties with information on Real Estate in Kenya.

Under the new constitution, Kenya is now divided into 47 counties for administrative purposes, grouped below according to the former province of which they were part, with their areas and 2009 Census population.

Map of Kenya

We also serve Kenyans living and working outside Kenya in the diaspora.

Which areas does kenyan-real-estate.com serve 3 of 3?

Which areas does kenyan-real-estate.com serve 3 of 3?

Kenyan-Real-Estate.com is a real estate listing and information hosting service. We are Infopreneurs; which means that we gather as well as present information on Kenyan Real Estate. We only supply all parties with information on Real Estate in Kenya.

Under the new constitution, Kenya is now divided into 47 counties for administrative purposes, grouped below according to the former province of which they were part, with their areas and 2009 Census population.

Kenyan counties we serve (listed alphabetically are:

33. Narok County

Constituencies: Kilgoris, Emurua Dikirr, Narok North, Kajiado East, Kajiado West.

34. Nyamira County

Constituencies: Kitutu Masaba, North Mugirango, West Mugirango.

35. Nyandarua County

Constituencies: Kinangop, Kipipiri, Ol-Kalou, Ol-Jorok, Ndaragwa.

36. Nyeri County

Constituencies: Tetu, Kieni, Mathira, Othaya, Mukuwe-ini, Nyeri Town.

37. Samburu County

Constituencies: Samburu West, Samburu North, Samburu East.

38. Siaya County

Constituencies: Ugenya, Ugunja, Alego Usonga, Gem, Bondo, Rarieda.

39. Taita Taveta County

Constituencies: Taveta, Wundanyi, Mwatate, Voi.

40. Tana River County

Constituencies: Garsen, Galole, Bura.

41. Tharaka Nithi County

Constituencies: Nithi, Maara, Tharaka.

42. Trans Nzoia County

Constituencies: Kwanza, Endebess, Saboti, Kiminini, Cherenganyi.

43. Turkana County

Constituencies: Turkana North, Turkana West, Turkana Central, Loima, Turkana South, Turkana East.

44. Uasin Gishu County

Constituencies: Eldoret East, Eldoret North and Eldoret South.

45. Vihiga County

Constituencies: Vihiga, Sabatia, Hamisi, Emuhaya, Luanda

46. Wajir County

Constituencies: Wajir North, Wajir East, Tarbaj, Wajir West, Eldas, Wajir South.

47. West Pokot County

Constituencies: Kapenguri, Sigor, Kacheliba, Pokot South.

We also serve Kenyans living and working outside Kenya in the diaspora.

Which areas does kenyan-real-estate.com serve 2 of 3?

Which areas does kenyan-real-estate.com serve 2 of 3?

Kenyan-Real-Estate.com is a real estate listing and information hosting service. We are Infopreneurs; which means that we gather as well as present information on Kenyan Real Estate. We only supply all parties with information on Real Estate in Kenya.

Under the new constitution, Kenya is now divided into 47 counties for administrative purposes, grouped below according to the former province of which they were part, with their areas and 2009 Census population.

Kenyan counties we serve (listed alphabetically are:

17. Kisumu County

Constituencies: Kisumu East, Kisumu West, Kisumu Central, Seme, Nyando, Muhoroni, Nyakach.

18. Kitui County

Constituencies: Mwingi North, Mwingi Central, Mwingi South, Kitui West, Kitui Rural, Kitui Town, Mutitu, Kitui South.

19. Kwale County

Constituencies: Msambweni, Lunga Lunga, Matuga, Kinango.

20. Laikipia County

Constituencies: Laikipia West, Laikipia Wast, Laikipia North.

21. Lamu County

Constituencies: Lamu East, Lamu West

22. Machakos County

Constituencies: Masinga, Yatta, Kangundo, Matungulu, Kathiani, Mavoko, Machakos Town, Mwala.

23. Makueni County

Constituencies: Mbooni, Kilome, Kaiti, Makueni, Kibwezi West, Kibwezi East.

24. Mandera County

Constituencies: Mandera West, Banisa, Mandera North, Mandera East, Lafey.

25. Marsabit County

Constituencies: Moyale, North Horr, Saku, Laisamis.

26. Meru County

Constituencies: Igembe South, Igembe Central, Igembe North, Tigania West, Tigania East, North Imenti, Buuri, Central Imenti, South Imenti.

27. Migori County

Constituencies: Rongo, Awendo, Migori East Migori West, Uriri, Nyatike, Kuria East, Kuria West.

28. Mombasa County

Constituencies: Changamwe, Jomvu, Kisauni, Nyali, likoni, Mvita Kwale.

29. Murang’a County

Constituencies: Kangema, Mathioya, Kiharu, Kigumo, Maragwa, Kandara, Gatanga.

30. Nairobi County

Constituencies: Westlands, Parklands, Dagoretti, Karen / Langata, Kibira, Roysambu, Kasarani, Ruaraka, Kariobangi, kayole, Embakasi, Mihang’o, Nairobi West, Makadara, kamukunii, Starehe, Mathare.

31. Nakuru County

Constituencies: Molo, Njoro, Naivasha, Gilgil, Kuresoi South, Kuresoi North, Subukia, Rongai, Bahati, Nakuru Town West, Nakuru Town East.

32. Nandi County

Constituencies: Tinderet, Aldai, Nandi Hills, Emgwen North, Emgwen South, Mosop.

Which areas does kenyan-real-estate.com serve 1 of 3?

Which areas does kenyan-real-estate.com serve 1 of 3?

Kenyan-Real-Estate.com is a real estate listing and information hosting service. We are Infopreneurs; which means that we gather as well as present information on Kenyan Real Estate. We only supply all parties with information on Real Estate in Kenya.

Under the new constitution, Kenya is now divided into 47 counties for administrative purposes, grouped below according to the former province of which they were part, with their areas and 2009 Census population.

Kenyan counties we serve (listed alphabetically are:

1. Baringo County

Constituencies: Baringo East, Baringo West, Baringo Central, Mochongoi, Mogotio, Eldama Ravine.

2. Bomet County

Constituencies: Sotik, Chepalungu, Bomet East, Bomet Central, Konoin.

3. Bungoma County

Constituencies: Mt. Elgon, Sirisia, Kabuchia, Bumula, Kandunyi, Webuye, Bokoli, Kimilili, Tongaren.

4. Busia County

Constituencies: Teso North, Teso South, Nambale, Matayos, Butula, Funyula, Budalangi.

5. Elgeyo/Marakwet County

Constituencies: Marakwet East, Marakwet West, Keiyo East, Keiyo South.

6. Embu County

Constituencies: Manyatta, Runyenjes, Gachoka, Siakago.

7. Garissa County

Constituencies: TaveDujis, Balambala, Lagdera, Dadaab, Fafi, Ijara.

8. Homa Bay County

Constituencies: Kasipul, Kabondo, Karachuonyo, Rangwe, Homabay Town, Ndhiwa, Mbita, Gwassi.

9. Isiolo County

Constituencies: Isiolo North, Isiolo South.

10. Kajiado County

Constituencies: Kajiado Central, Kajiado North, Kajiado South

11. Kakamega County

Constituencies: Lugari, Likuyani, Malava, Lurambi, Makholo, Mumias, Mumias East, Matungu, Butere, Khwisero, Shinyalu, ikolomani. Major Towns: Kakamega.

12. Kericho County

Constituencies: Ainamoi, Belgut, Kipkelion.

13. Kiambu County

Constituencies: Gatundu South, Gatundu North, Juja, Thika Town, Ruiru Githunguri, Kiambu, Kiambaa, Kabete, Kikuyu, Limuru, Lari.

14. Kilifi County

Constituencies: Kilifi North, Kilifi South, Kaloleni, Rabai, Ganze, Malindi, Magarini.

15. Kirinyaga County

Constituencies: Mwea, Gichugu, Ndia, Kirinyaga Central Major Towns: Kerugoya.

16. Kisii County

Constituencies: Bonchari, South Mugirango, Bomachoge, Bobasi, Gucha, Nyaribari Masaba, Nyaribari Chache, Matrani, Mosocho.

We also serve Kenyans living and working outside Kenya in the diaspora.

How can I ask questions about kenyan-real-estate.com?

How can I ask questions about kenyan-real-estate.com?

Asking questions about Kenyan-real-estate.com is easy. Navigate to the website from the link: Kenyan-Real-Estate.com

On the home page, navigate to the tab “About us”

About Kenyan-Real-Estate.com

Here you can read about us. If you still have a question, send your question to:

support@kenyan-real-estate.com

What is Kenyan-Real-Estate.com?

What is kenyan-real-estate.com?

Here you will find information about property in Kenya and it’s the only thing you will find on this site. Our site is geared towards neighbors that are looking to buy, sell, as well as let / rent real estate.

We are a free real estate portal where various properties in the categories like Commercial, Rental, Land, Farms and Personal Homes can be listed. These can be listed by any person or agent, and any customer can contact the agent via the contact details mentioned for each property.

Kenyan Real Estate Website is a commercial web-based real estate listing management application. It is designed to be easy to set up and use.

Kenyan Real Estate has a simple philosophy in mind: simply offering the cheapest and most effective way to buy, sell, and rent / let property in Kenya. We are a real estate listing and information hosting service. We are Infopreneurs; which means that we gather as well as present information on Kenyan Real Estate.

Kenyan-Real-Estate.com is not a real estate agent or a real estate broker. What this means is that: we do not represent the seller, buyer, landlord, and/ or tenant in personally offering a property for transaction. We only supply all parties with information on Real Estate in Kenya.

Get started at: Kenyan-Real-Estate.com

Posting listings on: http://www.kenyan-real-estate.com is free. Adding Listings: 1. Navigate to Kenyan Real Estate website: http://www.kenyan-real-estate.com 2. Log in using the credentials. 3. Click on “Admin Area”. 4. Then select “Add Listing”. 5. You will need to select the property class and appropriate title for the listing. 6. Click on “Submit” to start listing. 7. You will be taken to a page where you will add all the listing data for your listing. 8. Change the status of the listing by changing the option “Active” to “Yes”. 9. Fill all the required details and Click on “Update” to save the listing. 10. At top right hand side, there is an option to update images of the property. We can either upload the Images from our computer or drag and drop it. 11. Click on “Preview” to check the listing. 12. Save the listing by clicking on “Update”. Good Job.
You made it and have successfully posted a property listing to http://www.kenyan-real-estate.com
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Now you will start getting phone calls.
Be sure to come back to add additional property as well as inactivate your property once it is sold or rented.
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