Real Estate

A Change in Real Estate 

The real estate industry is one that keeps thriving and changing day by day especially as we have witnessed in the country. The emergence of different real estate companies is evident and this goes to show that the industry is thriving and many kenyans and even foreigners are buying homes and investing in different firms. 

The emergence of different real estate companies has also brought about different models of home ownership that has made sure many Kenyans are able to buy homes and even apartments at flexible rates. One of those models is the off-plan model of investing, while it is a model that is convenient and flexible, many have not embraced it. 

At Deltar Properties we have fully embraced the off-plan model of home ownership and we currently have 2 projects both located in prime areas and with the same payment plan. The projects are a beautiful and majestic block of apartments that mostly comprise of 3 bedroom units and more. 

The Sydney Residence is the first project by Deltar properties and is at least 95% sold out. The project is situated in Parklands along BatuBatu Gardens. It consists of 4 bedroom units with 3 bedrooms ensuite. The master bedroom is to die for having a balcony area with a spectacular view of Kenya's capital. 

The Taji Residence is another project by Deltar Properties and boasts of being one of the most elite residential apartments in the city. It is conveniently located in Kilimani, a location where there are necessary social amenities like shopping malls, hospitals, schools and other recreational facilities just a stone throw away. The project comprises of conventional 3 bedroom units and duplex units. 

Sydney and Taji residence are both built with architectural sophistication and modern design in mind and have amenities like back up power generator, high speed lifts, ample parking, swimming pool and a gym area as well as exquisite interior finishing that always compliment our clients taste. 


We are here to change the industry and make a mark.