- Proximity to Nairobi County: Kitengela borders Nairobi County to the South and is home to thousands of families looking for space to build and invest property. 30 minutes away from the CBD, Kitengela is very accessible via the main Nairobi-Arusha road of Mombasa highway. One is able to commute to Nairobi easily by private means, public transport and a commuter train that is 15KM away adjacent to Jomo Kenyatta International Airport.
- Suitable land for property development: Kitengela is part of the vast Athi Plains and the topography of the land is suitable for development i.e.no boulders underground to impede construction, high water table suitable for borehole development plus good red volcanic soil due to the volcanic activity of Mount Kilimanjaro, which isn’t far away. Land prices are also affordable to anyone willing to invest in the area.
- Developed Infrastructure; Kitengela is well served with paved roads, electricity, water and sewerage facilities. Majority of settlements are located on both sides of the main Highway hence further developments in the hinterlands is very possible. The area also is an industrial outpost for several cement factories which provide employment to the locals and boosts trade across board.
- Kitengela is a cosmopolitan town: 15 years ago Kitengela was a dusty small town on the outposts of Nairobi, now it has grown tenfold to a mini metropolis. All major banks, supermarkets and fast food joints have become residence of this vibrant town. It has become a melting port of cultures from all over Kenya and has become the favourite destinations for Nairobians interested in buying real estate.
Security: Kitengela is a relatively safe area to build and buy real estate. The presence of adequate police posts offers good security as well as regular community policing projects ensure that the area is safe.