Urithi Housing Co-operative Society recently issued over 400 title deeds to its members who have acquired property through the society.
The title deeds are for different land projects located in different regions of the country among them; Kiambu, Nakuru, Gilgil, Nyeri, Embu, Murang’á, Machakos, Laikipia, Kajiado, Malindi and Kilifi.
A month after the title issuance ceremony, the Chairman, Mr. Samuel Maina is now urging members who did not collect their title deeds to do so. “We have over 900 title deeds lying in our offices despite notifying members to collect them.” Noted Mr. Maina.
He said that he is quite concerned when such vital documents are left uncollected stating that titles are vital documents that give owners power to develop their parcels of land either through construction, livestock or crop farming and in turn helping them to get value for their money.
The Housing Co-operative with over 27,000 membership has currently sold over 3,000 land projects and issued over 6,500 title deeds to its members.
“Plans to hand over more than 2,000 title deeds and 5 housing projects by end of this year are in progress,” Maina said.