Lesedi Members Club

There are many benefits to owning land. First, land ownership gives the owner peace of mind. As a long term, tangible asset, raw land doesn’t wear out or depreciate, and there is nothing that can be stolen or broken on it. It is a limited resource that is relatively inexpensive to own and requires little maintenance. Owning land in Kenya might be expensive for many Kenyans since around 35.5% of Kenya’s population is living below the poverty line, reported in 2016. This means basically that more than one-third of the entire country is living on less than the U.S. $1.90 per day. Under the LCL programme, majority of Kenyans from within the borders or abroad will be strengthened and empowered to be landowners from as low as KSH 10,000 per month with no limitation of building or developing the property. This means one can build and be paying instalments as low as KSH 10,000 monthly which could be an alternative to paying rent.

LCL programme (Lesedi Club for Land)

By not starting to track your spending, saving becomes quite difficult to do because you don’t know where all your money is going. There may be opportunities to reduce spending, cut back on certain expenses, and more that can help you start to save money. Better savings options help the poor build themselves up and make investments in their future, as well as make themselves less vulnerable to being knocked back down when they have emergencies. As the real estate industry continues to boom in Kenya, many are looking to invest in property. Real estate investments have lower risk than stock and forex trading. There are several benefits of investing in land as opposed to other types of properties. Indeed, land investment has the potential for great returns if done properly and thus it has become a lucrative investment opportunity for many. However, land investment in Kenya is dogged with financial challenges to many Kenyans especially the younger group despite the growing need to own land.

How LCL Works

LCL invites people who have the same investment ideas to own land in Kenya where they are empowered to own land with as low as KSH 10,000 monthly, a simililar approach to that of rent to own. LCL members will be provided with a plot ranging from KSH 200,000 to KSH 2,000,000 with a repayment plan of up to 36 months. All LCL members will have an option to chose from a variety of projects in various growing regions in Kenya including but not limited to Nairobi, Nakuru, Nanyuki, Kiambu , Muranga and Machakos counties. Members will be allowed to develop their plots and even start building as they pay the balance in flexible payment terms of up to 36 months. This plan is aimed to empowering Kenyans from all sectors of economy and from different regions to become homeowners.

Payment Plans:

  1. PLAN ONE: Raise 120,000 KSH in 12 months.
  2. PLAN TWO: Raise 120,000 KSH in 6 months.
  3. PLAN 3: Raise 120,000 KSH in 3 months.

You can now be a landowner in the following Nairobi, Nakuru, Kiambu, Kajiado, Muranga, Laikipia and Machakos from as low as ksh 10,000 monthly!

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Benefits for Being a Member

Land Appreciation

Land appreciates because it is limited in supply (no more of it can be made), consequently, as the population increases, so does the demand for and driving its price up over time. When you join, you lock in your price and if the property market grows in value, and your property goes up in value, you don’t have to pay any more. Property value is almost always guaranteed to increase with time. An empty piece of land may find itself surrounded by a booming business district or major highway around it.

Flexible payment terms

Imagine with just KSH 10,000 monthly you can now become a landowner! We have flexible payment terms of up to 36 months.

First Pick – Best Choice

Land buying can be a complicated process, and it can also turn out to be a nightmare when those handling it deliberately choose so. We are not such people.


All LCL members qualifies for a 5% discount for all products available under Lesedi Developers and Lesedi Homes catalogue

Frequently Asked Questions

Any Kenyan above the age of 18 years can join LCL. For anyone under eighteen years and willing to join, he or she must do so under the guidance of a parent or a guardian. 

No, we do not charge any administrative or joining fees.

Yes, we allow clients to build in their properties and make monthly payments in installments of up to 36 months. The overall cost of landownership under LCL tends to be lower than the overall cost of renting meaning our clients will avoid paying rent and get the advantage of fully owning the land once they make the final installment.

We shall conduct periodic surveys and learn about the best places where the members are interested in. Members will have a variety of projects to choose from and this will come as an advantage as different people have different tastes and preferences.

No, currently we do not have a housing programme, but we will consider soon.

If a member chose to withdraw, they should give us a 2 months’ notice and we shall retain 20% of the total contributions for administrative fees and liquidated damages.

No, we do not issue loans to LCL members.

LCL members will be issued with individual title deeds after they complete making their payments.

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