Gone are the days you had to set aside the weekend for house hunting, hope from estate to estate under the scotching sun and have to deal with annoying agency companies to find shelter of your own preference. Thanks to Kejahunt, you can now sit behind your computer/ phone screen and get that ideal house you want to move into.
Launched 6 months ago, the platform has seen 350 houses listed on its site with a success story of 200 occupied houses. With the use of geo-location technology, the house seeker will find vacant houses according to preferred locations, see the exact location of the house and even better find you a roommate if need be via Sociograph using their social circles on social media for absolutely free.
Kejahunt’s target market is low and middle income earners who make up 48.4% of Kenya’s total population and in this case, the lot vulnerable to moving locations often due to change of jobs, business or even educational purposes.
It does not only get easy for house hunters, Landlords and property owners can also have their property uploaded on the site for only ksh500 monthly fee which will allow them to manage their own listings on the site as well as add new ones from the comfort of their homes without having to deal with tedious paper work.
The mobile website is user friendly and easily accessible. Kejahunt saves you the hustle of having to download an application that may fail to marry with your phone’s operating system or occupy a large space in your phone. In case you are searching for a house, you will only need to check into m.kejahunt.com to view the property listing from different locations and spot your desired house.
Currently functional in Nairobi and Mombasa only, the platform is looking to expand its reach across the country to benefit more house seekers and property owners.