How Does It Work?



To register for house allocation, you MUST:

  1. be a Kenyan citizen

  2. be over 18 years of age

  3. have a valid national identity card

You must then complete your profile by submitting your personal details, housing preferences (the type of house you are applying for).

Upon registration, your details are verified with the relevant government stakeholders for authenticity

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Upon registration, you are allocated a unique identification number which you will use to make your monthly contribution to the Housing Fund

The following contribution schemes are supported:

  1. Voluntary Contributor

    • Monthly contributions are not capped
    • Voluntary contributions will not be taxed at time of withdrawal
  2. Joint Contributor

    • Spousal or joint contribution can be made towards ownership of one house at a time
    • There is also an option to apply for one individually
  3. Statutory Contributor

    • Mandatory contributions are capped at KES 2,500 per month per employee and employer

    * Please note that the Statutory Contributions have not been activated.



The allocation process for available homes is done through a fair and transparent process.

The initial eligibility for allocation will depend on several factors such as when you registered, family status as well as demand across the housing categories.

Those who do not get an allocation in the initial allocation are then put on a waiting list to ensure that they get priority in subsequent allocations.

For private sector projects, allocation is done according to the terms and conditions of sale.

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