Am I the only one who thinks land prices in Nairobi and environs are highly overpriced? Consider this, a plot in Ruaka goes for 20-30 million. That's bare land. The same amount is enough to buy a prime plot in any of the county HQs where all devolved funds will go, and to build a flat to completion. My point is, owning property in Nairobi or environs, specifically rental or commercial property, requires very deep pockets these days. I am of the opinion that mtu anajijenga would get a better deal for his money in the counties than here. Just my opinion.