There is an increasing shortage of houses in the African Region at large. Nigeria has a housing shortage of 17 million units, South Africa has a shortage of two million. Kenya, on the other hand, experiences a shortage of 200,000 houses annually. The urban population growth is continually increasing with the projected numbers expected to hit 2.4 billion in the next 30 years. This basically means that this housing gap situation needs to be addressed before it overpowers. The Kenyan Government is rolling out different processes in which it seeks to address the housing situation so that more Kenyans can become homeowners. One of the main Big Four Agendas is providing Affordable Housing to Kenyans by 2022. There have been several speculations pertaining to the feasibility of this idea with different organizations engaging in talks to address this matter.