Olive has bagged a prestigious property award after being named among the best land selling companies in 2023. While receiving this award, olive Managing Director Peter Gitau noted that it was as a result of the efforts that have been put by all the staff in the company.
“This award has been won because there was dedication in serving our clients. We have also been transparent in the process of selling land and so our customers have continued to trust us and refer our products,” noted Gitau.
Olive has been selling land since 2019 with its projects mainly being around Ngong, Kajiado County, and has issued tens of title deeds to clients both locally and those in the diaspora. The company has ensured that title deeds are given out to clients within 90 days after completion of payment.
“We have capitalized on offering the best and affordable investment solutions. This award therefore is a reflection of satisfied clients even as we play a role to the growth of real estate in Kenya,” he explains.
Tabitha Mbuthia, Midas Credit Manager, says that Olive’s recognition will now become a daily source of motivation to do even more, especially a time when the company is position to expand its projects and offer more options for clients. Midas Credit is a financial institution that has a partnership with Olive through which clients can be able to buy property and pay in installments of up to 18 months.
“We understand that the process of owning land requires huge amounts of money. This has been a barrier to many Kenyans who have the desire to acquire property. Our partnership with Olive comes to remove the hurdle,” she expounds.
Joan Wanjiku, a Sales Executive at Olive says that the award has inspired her to go to greater heights in as far as marketing is concerned. “We are delighted to have won this award. We are thankful to our clients who have contributed immensely to this success.
Olive has customized all her products to fit needs of all categories of investors from the youth, chamas, the diaspora clients, those looking to settle for retirement.
“The youth should know that it is never too late or too early to invest. They should plan accordingly especially by making sure that their money is not for merry making. As a young person, I understand the needs of the youth and I can guide them to own land through Olive,” says Sharon Jeruto, a sales executive at Olive.
Elizabeth Mukwate, Olive’s Social Media Manager, says that the future is promising and more awards are on the way because “…we shall continue serving our customers and ensuring that they are fully satisfied.”