Although the real estate sector is presently registering a lack of growth and activity, the situation is not likely to last long. Genuine buyers and even some investors are getting back into sale-purchase activity, and once the new taxes are understood more clearly and the market adapts to them, we will see a positive response.
Zameen.com recently launched its #CleanYourZameen campaign, an initiative which aims towards making people take ownership of Pakistan. The campaign, which follows the format of the Ice Bucket Challenge, motivates people to work towards a functional solution to the hygiene problem which is prevalent in the country.
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Real estate investors in Pakistan usually face an uphill task when it comes to buying and selling properties in a market that experiences its fair share of ups and downs. Investing in a property in Pakistan can prove fruitful for an investor only if he keeps his eyes and ears open.
Zameen.com successfully concluded its flagship real estate event, the two-day Zameen.com Property Expo 2016, in Lahore on May 28 and 29. This expo was the biggest realty affair of the year in terms of traffic and the number of on-the-spot deals struck.