Title Deed is the only proof of land ownership in Kenya. Title Deeds in Kenya are issued by the Ministry of Lands, Housing and Urban Development at the Ministry’ regional registries offices.
- Transfer document
- Pin number
- 2 sets of passport size photographs for each party
- Certified Copy of ID
- Necessary clearances and consent
- Appearance and identification of relevant parties
- Name of owner
- Address of owner
- Nature of title
- Plot Number
- Approximate area
- Registry map Sheet Number
- Title Number
- Perform an official search; you will need a copy of the title deed of the land. Fill in the search application form and attach the title. In most District Land Offices, copies of your ID and Pin Certificate are required.
- Obtain Rates Clearance Certificate from the Local Municipal Council.
- Obtain consent to transfer from the Commissioner of Lands. This application is made in writing.
- Lawyer prepare, authenticate and oversee the signing of the sales agreement in liaison with the seller’s lawyer.
- Obtain valuation of the property by government values.
- Submit an application for processing
|Cost:||Stamp duty; 4% urban, rural 2% of land value|
Valuation; Ksh1,000 for Municipal plots, Ksh 500 for plots in other urban centers
Title fees Ksh 500
Registration fees: Ksh 500, Attestation: Ksh 1, 000
For more information call Huduma Contact Centre: +254 (020) 6900020 Or visit nearest Huduma Centre Or Contact: Ministry of Lands & Physical Planning
1ST NGONG AVENUE,
P.O. BOX 30450-00100,