In the recent years, there has been a growing demand for rural properties more so for
agricultural use. Agriculture is the largest contributor to Kenya’s Gross domestic
Product (GDP). In the year 2005 for instance, agriculture including forestry and fishing,
accounted for about 24% of the GDP, as well as 18% of wage employment and 50% of
revenue from exports. Farming is the most important economic sector in Kenya, with Kenya
being a leading producer of tea and coffee. Although less than 8 % of the land is used for
crop and feed production, and less than 20% is suitable for cultivation, there has been a
growing demand for these kind of properties as investors keep eyeing for them.
Why Carlton Realtors to help you with finding your rural Properties?
Our team comprises of professional from across the country with in-depth knowledge
and will help you find a better deal.
We have a large rural property portfolio across the country covering almost all your
locations of interest.
Our technology network and our tailored marketing will help to ensure timely
sale/purchase of your property as our advertisement covers both national and
This is the reason why Carlton Realtors is your perfect partner in finding these types of