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Karachi underrated tourist destination the Chaukhandi Tombs

Karachi underrated tourist destination the Chaukhandi Tombs

Anyone who visits the Chaukhandi Tombs can never forget this experience. The memories stay with you for the rest of your life, but of course not scary. The intricate design and magnificent architecture of the cemetery leave an indelible mark on all visitors. This necropolis, on the provisional list of UNESCO World Heritage, houses many tombs of the ancestors of a local tribe. The carvings on these structures are one of the most unique features of Chaukhandi. These are typical of the Sindh region. Let's take a detailed look at the history and architecture of one of Pakistan's most famous cemeteries. CHAUKHANDI TOMBS - A TOURIST TARGET: The uniquely beautiful locations in Pakistan, as well as the vibrant culture and rich history of the region, are some of the many reasons the country has always been one of the best destinations in the world. Pakistan is known for its vast mountainous landscape in the north, but there are many historic sites in Sindh that are equally popular among tourists. The 600-year-old Chaukhandi Cemetery is one of those places that welcomes thousands of visitors from around the world each year. SPECIAL FEATURES OF CHAUKHANDI AT A GLANCE: Houses tombs of warriors of the Baloch families 1,160 different designs on over 600 graves Built between the 15th and 18th centuries Built in the form of a pyramid DISCOVERY OF CHAUKHANDI TOMBS: The earliest reference to the Chaukhandi Cemetery was given in a letter from the Scottish historian J. Macleod, which in 1851 was addressed to the British steward Sir Henry Bartle Edward Frere. These historic tombs, however, were brought to the limelight by H. D. Baskerville, the deputy collector of Thatta in Karachi in 1917. In 1922, the site was included in the monument protection law. Dr. Jean Philippe Vogel was a Dutch epigraphist who worked for the Archaeological Survey of India from 1901 to 1914. He pointed out that the tombs belonged to the Muslims and were Muslim due to the Arabic script written on the tombs. The alignment of the graves was in the direction of Mecca - a practice that is only associated with Muslims. After independence, serious studies were conducted by scholars and historians. The tombs of these tombs were exhibited internationally, which aroused the scholars' interest in learning more about the works of the Chaukhandi Tombs. HISTORY OF CHAUKHANDI TOMBS: The Chaukhandi Necropolis is one of the most visited historical places in Karachi and is very popular with historians. It is attributed to the Jokhio tribe. The cemetery was built between the 15th and 18th centuries during the Mughal period when Islam prevailed. Apart from the Jokhio tribe, many Baloch tribes were buried here with Rajput roots. The reflections of the Rajput tribe can be seen in the way the graves are shaped. The monumental pedestals and slabs in the stepped tombs and the simple decoration of some tombs, such as a human face drawn by a child, point to Rajput's origins. In some tombs, which are based on Islamic beliefs, there are no human figures. LOCATION OF CHAUKHANDI TOMBS: The hotel is located 29 km east of Karachi and can be reached in about 40 minutes. These ruins are one of the best places in Karachi, as they speak volumes about skillful mastery of the masons at that time.

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Factors Affecting Pakistan Property Market

Factors Affecting Pakistan Property Market

Real estate is an important and promising industry in Pakistan. The real estate market in Pakistan has developed rapidly in both the commercial and residential sectors. This attracts not only local investors but also foreign Pakistanis. In addition, investing in real estate is the most common way to protect capital and earn a substantial monthly rent. Here are some of the factors that affect the real estate industry in Pakistan. New taxes: A blow to real estate development : Despite boosting the economy and job creation, housing and construction have not yet been considered a significant industry. Its contribution to GDP of 2.3% is still below the required threshold of 5%. In the election, private developers were looking forward to incentive plans but were instead charged a 16% tax on individual housing units. The tax is levied on the land costs without any other costs. This had a negative impact on real estate development as developers and contractors needed tax breaks and other incentives to double their contribution to GDP. The Situation of Law & Order: The law and order situation in Karachi has had a dramatic impact on real estate prices. They stagnate in safer areas compared to low-income areas where the situation is fragile. The prices in DHA have remained stable and those in phase 6 and 8 are even on the rise. While real estate prices in Gulshan, North Nazimabad, New Karachi, Lyari and Mauripur have fallen dramatically. The government is taking stringent measures to improve the situation and has tasked rangers and law enforcement agencies to provide a safe environment for the Karachites. Property prices are expected to be more stable, but investing in the Karachi market remains an uncertain option. Favorable Investment Climate for Expats: The government has recently approved an investment program for foreign Pakistanis seeking to invest in small and medium-sized enterprises in Pakistan. Because of this favorable government stance, investors and expats return to the market and property prices are likely to escalate in the coming weeks. As mentioned above, the real estate industry contributes positively to the country's economic growth, and it is the government's duty to legislate so that investors have a level playing field and avoid risks to the sector. Other Affecting Factors: Let us find out the current market position based on the factors mentioned above. A rare interest of foreign investors No state interest FBR Review Stability of the local currency against the USD Political instability Demand and supply gap in favor of the rare demand with a high supply of the buyer The lack of real investment - It keeps the market weak Artificially created claims of group manufacturers that lead to market instability. Fake Buyer within groups Reduced real estate times - 4 to 6 hours

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How to Remove Ugly Scratches from Wooden Furniture

How to Remove Ugly Scratches from Wooden Furniture

You do not need a specialist to repair wood scratches. In fact, you can save a lot of money and do it yourself. There's a big difference between a trendy, distressed wooden table and a worn wooden table that has some nicks and scratches on its surface over the years. While the former can add value to your home, the latter can pretty much ruin your entire decor. If you have had the same wooden furniture in your house for several years, there is a possibility that these are now at least decorated with minor scratches and abrasions. If you have children or pets, the situation is probably worse. However, before you spend a lot of money on hiring a professional or replacing your furniture, here are some DIY wood-scratching hacks that can easily hide minor flaws in your tables and cabinets. What's even better is that you only need a few common household items to repair wood scratches and restore the surface. Find out if it really is a scratch: Your old coffee table may look desperate and downright shabby, but are you sure the surface is actually scratched? Mostly, a scratch on the naked eye can only be a scratch in the wax layer. If you regularly grow your furniture to protect it from moisture and discoloration, it is to be expected that the accumulated residue on the surface will have prevented minor scratches. The best way to find out if the surface is fine is to run your finger over the scratch. If you do not feel any abrasion, it is just a blemish that can be easily corrected in most cases. WAX REMOVAL OF WOOD SURFACES REMOVED: Although there are chemical wax removers on the market, you can go the simpler (and cheaper) way by making a wax remover at home. All you need is a solution of equal parts of white vinegar and room temperature water and a lint-free, soft cotton cloth. Start by removing the dust on your furniture with a clean duster. Then moisten a cloth with the water-vinegar solution and gently wipe the surface towards the grain to break up the wax deposit. Repeat this procedure at least three times before taking a dry cloth and rubbing gently against the grain to remove the residue. Be sure to turn the fabric continuously so you always use a clean side. Once you have removed the wax layer, you will see a smooth and scratch-free surface. You can either quickly apply a liquid wood polish or use those available in aerosol containers to protect the surface from further damage. Crayons: The use of crayons may be one of the best ways to fix scratches on a wooden table and chests of drawers. All you need to do is find a colored pencil that has the same color as your furniture and gently stroke it over the scratch. Once the wax has filled the abrasion, seal it with the wood polishing spray.It may be a temporary fix, but it works perfectly if you take care not to scratch the same spot again. Nuts: This is probably the best-known method of repairing scratches on wooden furniture. The method is pretty simple. To remove scratches from wood furniture with a walnut, simply brush the walnut's meat over the scratch in the direction of the grain until the oil from the nut sinks into the wood. If you cannot find walnut, pecans or almonds can help. It is important to note that this technique is more suitable for dark furniture.

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A guide to Buy a house for beginners Jagah Online

A guide to Buy a house for beginners Jagah Online

When you buy a house for the first time, you might be nervous, anxious and excited, maybe all at once! Of course, buying your very first home is a big deal, and whether you're buying an apartment or a house, the thrill of finally owning your own home is certainly there. However, there are also a number of mistakes and missteps that every first-time buyer should avoid. So, if you're worried about making the right decision or not, our Beginner's Guide to Buying a House will help you review your decisions. Take your Requirements: When buying your first home, you should have a list of questions that need to be answered satisfactorily. If you have not really considered the details yet, let us explain some basic requirements that you should consider before proceeding to the next step: •Are you looking for a house or an apartment? •How many rooms do you need to comfortably accommodate your family? •Do you need additional rooms and for what purpose? •Do you feel comfortable with an open floor plan? •Would you like a prefabricated kitchen? These are just a few of the many questions you can think about at the beginning of the home buying process. Make a note of and answer them before considering the other factors listed in this guide for first-time buyers. DETERMINE THE LOCATION SPECIFICATIONS: The location of a property is usually the biggest selling point. There are, however, two aspects. One of these is the proximity of the future home or apartment to your workplace, the children's school and other basic amenities such as a business park. The other aspect is the neighborhood itself. Is it safe, fenced and guarded? Can you properly educate your children here? Is the neighborhood clean and well maintained? While you can only answer some of these questions when you visit the the property, you can always create a list of details that you would like to have in a particular location. Also, determine which area or location you want to live in, as this will help you narrow your search for the perfect home. Once this is done, continue with the next step in our Beginner's Guide to buying a house for the first time. Be Ready to Finance your Purchase: Buying your first home is a big investment and often requires a large down payment as well as the final payment in advance or in installments. For this, you either have to have sufficient savings or be prepared to take out a home loan from a bank. Evaluate your options and determine what is best for you in your particular scenario. When you make financial decisions at the beginning, you can set a budget and look for a house or apartment accordingly. Research the Real Estate Market Well: Now that you know which location is perfect for buying your new home, it's time to start searching. You can search online for real estate ads sites like jagahonline.com or physically visit brokers for that purpose. Online searches are usually more rewarding as they provide you with information even before you contact Real Estate Realtors. Finding the right and expert real estate expert to help you make purchasing decisions MAKE THE RIGHT QUESTIONS: Once your inspection is completed, all sorts of questions will be answered. You can ask some of your brokers and others from the previous homeowners (if any). Would you like to know more about a neighborhood? Ask the current neighbors. One question is always how long the current property is in the market. If a home has not been sold for far too long, this indicates important issues that may be hidden to the eye. NEVER ACCESS THE REQUEST PRICE: The next tip in our Guide for First Time Buyers is to never specify what kind of property is required. Start with lower and lower price than you would initially be prepared to pay for the place, and negotiate slowly with the seller until you can both negotiate a price that is affordable and profitable for you. DO NOT RATE TO A DECISION: After all, buying your first home is a big decision. Therefore, do not let circumstances, finances, or your real estate agents force you to make a decision that you are not entirely satisfied with. You buy this house and live in it with your family. You have to find the right place for the right price. This requires time, effort, research and, above all, patience. So do not hurry with the decision. Make your choice carefully, as you will probably not move soon.

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Top Mega Projects in Karachi

Top Mega Projects in Karachi

Number of people travel from one place to another in this mega city on a daily basis, struggling through congestion and crowded streets, using various modes of transport. To make the streets more bearable for the Karachites, the local government has launched several projects. Green Line Project: The Green Line Bus Rapid Transit System project has received 13 billion rupees for the next fiscal year, fully covering the remaining costs of the program. The project was originally approved three years ago and has already spent 13 billion rupees on it. The Federal Government approved a revised BRT (Green Line Bus Rapid Transit) project for the price of Rs 24.6 billion for the country's largest metropolis. The cost of the Karachi subway bus project has been revised up 52% ??to Rs24.6bn and construction changes approved. The project will start from Surjani and will extend to the Karachi City Railway Station. The Federal Government finances the project completely. Numaish Chowrangi is of great importance to the people of Karachi as it is located in the most central part of the city and effectively connects many important areas. This route has also been temporarily closed as construction work on the Green Line underpass is underway and will soon be the first subway bus stop in South Asia. It is a very important and up-to-date project in terms of infrastructure & development in Karachi. The authorities are hoping for a speedy completion of this project, as well as the Green Line BRTS, as the proximity of Numaish Chowrangi can lead to severe congestion on a daily basis, despite the existence of several alternative routes. Submarine Chowk Underpass: Punjab Chorangi, also known as the submarine Chowk, was the most problematic place for people traveling from DHA to Saddar and vice versa. However, it took several years for the authorities to find an effective solution. Fortunately, work on the submarine Chowk underpass, which turned out to be an incredibly useful infrastructure development in Karachi, was completed in 2019. Since its opening, many people have used this route for almost twenty-four hours a day. This is because the Sunset Boulevard Road, which heads towards Clifton in Khayaban-e-Roomi and then towards M.T. turns into the Mai Kolachi Road. Khan Road connects the rest of the city with some major port areas. Shaheed-e-Millat Road Underpass: The Sindh government began construction of underpasses at the intersection of Tariq Road and Hill Park on Shaheed-e-Millat Road. The route from Chowrangi Prison to the Tipu Sultan Flyover is closed to traffic and an alternative route for commuters has been set up. On the side street, a three-lane road was built, which reduces the width of the green belt. A traffic diversion plan is also being developed for the construction of an underpass on the other track. The 10-kilometer route from Chowrangi Prison to Korangi Hino Chowrangi will be cleared after the underpasses have been built. The project is estimated to cost 900 million rupees and will be completed in four months. The Sindh government approved these projects and the construction of an overpass on the Shaheed-e-Millat Road last year and reserved 1.5 billion rupees for the projects in the budget of the last fiscal year. The overpass at the Tipu Sultan intersection was completed last year at a cost of Rs 600 million. Sher Shah Suri Road flyovers: Governor Sindh Imran Ismail laid the foundation for three new overpasses to be built at three intersections on Sher Shah Suri Road. Once completed, these overpasses will help keep traffic flowing smoothly through a 15-kilometer, signal-free corridor, significantly reducing the time it takes for traffic to travel from one end to the other. These new overflights in Karachi are planned to run along the existing overflights built at Five Star Chowrangi, KDA Chowrangi, and Sakhi Hassan Chowrangi as part of the Green Line project. The estimated cost of this project is Rs.214 crore, would be completed in 2019. Governor Ismail informed the media on the occasion, also attended by Mayor Wasim Akhtar, and stated that the Prime Minister had a special interest in the development and progress of the country's economic center because if Karachi made progress, the country would make progress. For this reason, priority has been given to infrastructure development in the city.

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Transformation of residential real estate into commercial

Transformation of residential real estate into commercial

Do you have a residential property that you don’t need for residence, and want to capitalize on it? It might not be a bad idea to convert it into a commercial property. If you are already planning to do that, we have you covered. Business district: The CEO of Dream Ambassadors, Saleem Ghouri, said that even outside of these companies, not every property or building could be converted into commercial real estate. Muhammad Shafi Jakvani, CEO of Citi Associates, said that in larger cities such as Lahore, Karachi, and Islamabad, this would only be possible in the areas defined and reported by the local authorities as trading districts. If you would like to find out if you can market your property, contact the local authority in the city where your building is located. These business districts are generally around some of the main streets and avenues. Social order and transformation: You simply cannot turn the residential property into the commercial property if you live in organized, closed societies that have their own statutes. The provision, on the other hand, is included in the statutes of almost all of these companies, so this is generally not an option, especially for some larger projects such as the Defense Housing Authority (DHA) or Bahria Town. Permissions: In areas that have not yet been designated as a business district, the guidelines differ between cities. This is not allowed in some cities at all, while in other cities such as Lahore, the marketing of the residential property by the authorities can be allowed. However, a permit from the development agency must be obtained to ensure that the property is not used for purposes that may be detrimental to the surrounding residential area. No-Objection Certificate (NOC) must also be obtained from neighboring neighbors - who are located immediately to the left, right and back of the commercial property. Advertising: Ad must be placed in one of the newspapers to promote the owner's intention to commercialize the property. If no one publicly objects, the owner can proceed with the conversion. Documentation and fee: Once all these phases have been completed, you can contact the development agency to initiate the paperwork and process. There are two options at this point: annual or permanent marketing. According to a news report, an annual conversion must be renewed each year for a fee that represents only a small percentage of its total trading value - 1.26%. In the case of a permanent conversion, the fee varies depending on the area and commercial value. In Karachi, it can vary between 4,000 and 16,000 PKR per square meter, while in Lahore it can range between 5 million and 15 million PKR per channel. The demand for commercial real estate is growing. The incredible number of shopping centers and squares that have sprung up throughout the country testify to that. However, the demand is not met in many places. In such cases, converting the residential property into a commercial property may be the only option. Moreover, because of its higher return on investment and its value, which can increase two to four times depending on location, it is an option that many would like to consider.

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Best Builder and Construction Companies in Karachi

Best Builder and Construction Companies in Karachi

This is the updated list of best builders and construction companies in Karachi, find the best builder and construction companies in Karachi here. Jevedan Corporation Limited(Construction Company): NayaNazimabad is a city especially designed for the advanced middle class. Built on the idea to offer a lifestyle that corresponds to peaceful coexistence. It is the beginning of a thought that a home should be a home of serenity, rest and relaxation, and we will certainly realize it in NayaNazimabad. That's why we call it a sign of pride. The company and its management, along with the support of its skilled employees, are working to create a model city in which the collective consciousness of society has been transgressed and reflected in its physical environment. NayaNazimabad is the beginning of a thought based on social innovation that enhances life and provides a haven for a greater vision and a progressive middle class. The project is based on a concept of living, working and playing and will contribute to society by providing education, health care, physical fitness and employment opportunities as well as peaceful living for its residents. Management is confident that this new business not only contributes to the company, but also generates additional revenue for the company and its shareholders. Lakhani Builders : Lakhani Builders is well-known for its experience, expertise and integrity among Pakistani builders. Lakhani Builders is a great mix of skilled engineers and perfect architects who do their job with all the professional working methods they've ever known. He was the managing director himself. The graduate civil engineer began his career as a civil engineer with a well-known contractor in Karachi. Having gained the full confidence of his previous parent company and completed the project, he himself set up his own construction company, which is no easy task for him in those days in any way, but with firm conviction he started his first project as Lakhani Heights in the busy city Karachi. The success of this project is well illustrated by the fact that it was booked in one day. Given the above fact and success story, it's fair to say that their other projects, such as Lakhani Pride & Shopping Mall, Lakhani Excellency, Ajmer Pride and the shopping mall, will all be equally successful. Our other upcoming projects are Lakhani Corner, Lakhani Center & Lakhani Heaven etc., where we deeply seek your affection. Sukoon.com.pk (Construction Company): Sukoon.com.pk is an online platform where people looking for home and household repair services can be brought together with high quality, pre-audited, independent workers. From electricians to plumbers and carpenters to painters, Sukoon instantly offers the best, safest and most affordable professionals. Sukoon.com.pk is Pakistan's first online platform for connecting people looking for household services with high quality, pre-audited independent workers. From home cleaning to home improvement, Sukoon instantly offers you the best, safest and most affordable professionals. With a seamless booking process, a simple payment method, and a 100% customer satisfaction guarantee, Sukoon is the smartest way to ensure that customers have the best possible experience, each of their employees is personally reviewed and undergoes extensive background checks. Currently, they provide employees for the following categories: 1) Carpenter 2) Electrician 3) Flooring 4) Painters 5) Plumber Their goal is to provide the best, safest and most cost-effective resource for your home-repair, maintenance and errands at your fingertips with a 100% money-back guarantee if you are not satisfied. The Real Marketing (Builders): The Real Marketing was founded in 2001 and has made extraordinary progress in the construction industry. The Real Marketing had the pleasure to market projects throughout Pakistan, over 200 projects in Karachi. South Asian Resources Group(Construction Company): Founded in 2003, the group has evolved from a unit to a multi-business house with interests in diversified areas. SARG's core teams of professional, experienced, skilled and dedicated employees have together ensured that the Group remains at the forefront of developments and breakthroughs in the industry. One of the Group's greatest strengths is its versatility in launching its products and services to provide its customers with ideal and affordable solutions. Group's quality program is strictly adhered to and followed, and is the cornerstone on which the Group's successes have been built. With several groundbreaking innovations, the group has also partnered with several world market leaders in various fields to gain access to proven international technologies. With its five large companies, SARG offers a comprehensive range of products and services that is as diverse as it is impressive. A world-class marketing team with a dynamic nationwide presence ensures that SARG is never too far away for its customers. Ghani Builders and Developers: Ghani Builders & Developers (Pvt) Ltd is one of the most trusted names in the real estate and construction sector. Mr. Jawed Iqbal started it in 1998 and since then the company has flourished day by day, implementing a growing number of its construction and development projects. During these years, the company has built a more reliable relationship with individuals, companies and other foreign investors. In addition to real estate development, Ghani Builders & Developers also has a complete home finance, building construction, project cost and marketing, industrial structures, consulting, property measurement, valuation and reporting setup. Ghani Builders & Developers has looked after thousands of clients, for construction, commercial, housing, office and rental properties, etc. The pride of the company is the most experienced and honest staff who works with dedication and delivers the best of the other real estate clients. Areas of expertise: Bounded Warehouse and Storage Facility Provider building design Building construction Urban planning & development Marts Sales & Marketing Property valuation Project Costs & Marketing Residential and business projects State of the art shopping centers Feasibility study interior design partnership projects Home financing project commitment. Total Electrical and Communication Company: Infrastructure System Integrator and Electrical Construction Company founded by professionals to fill the gap of "true professional and high quality services" in the IT and electrical contracting market. At TECC, they put special emphasis on time, techniques, methodology and technology and offertheir customers the unsurpassed quality standard. According to TECC, We see ourselves as a "project partner" of our customers. Our employees attach great importance to recording your needs in accordance with your project in connection with its successful completion. Based on our extensive experience in the development and dynamics of the local market as well as a deep understanding of the technology trend, we are competent enough to recommend practical and profitable solutions to our customers. Our valued customer finds the one-window solution in the field of electrical, communications and security solutions.

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Top Property Lawyers Pakistan Real Estate

Top Property Lawyers Pakistan Real Estate

Ahmed and Partners: Ahmed & Partners is an advanced, dynamic, and customer-focused law firm whose mission is to transform the provision of legal services to deliver true engagement, quality legal representation and advice, and above all value to their clients. We provide specialized, cost effective and comprehensive legal services to businesses and individuals in a variety of areas including banking and finance, including Islamic finance, corporate, commercial, transaction and employment, litigation and dispute resolution in civil and commercial matters, property and mediation, intellectual property and taxes. Vellani & Vellani: Vellani & Vellani, a corporate and intellectual property law firm, was founded in 1937. They offer legal services including consulting services for companies and other clients. Some of the areas include finance, taxes, mergers, acquisitions, divestments, syndicated loans, licenses and technology transfer, start-ups and joint ventures. The company also provides intellectual property services related to trademarks, patents, designs, copyrights, licenses and domain names. Irfan Mir Halepota & Associates: Ahmed Ali Dewan & Co works with expertise and considerable performance. The company provides intellectual property rights services in all countries of the world as well as civil, criminal and constitutional law services. Ahmed Ali Dewan and Co: Ali & Associates is an internationally recognized Pakistani law firm specializing in intellectual property, media and information technology laws. The firm is also highly respected for its litigation practice and has represented a large number of clients, including some of the largest national ones. Ali and Associates: Ali & Associates is an internationally recognized Pakistani law firm specializing in intellectual property, media and information technology laws. The firm is also highly respected for its litigation practice and has represented a large number of clients, including some of the largest national ones. Azimuddin Law Associates: The Karachi Lawyers Association of Pakistan wants to make the ordinary people and those who are really greedy by law more and more aware of the law. And Azimuddin Law Associates offer their customers maximum free legal advice. This is the sole legal reason that advises customers for free. Munir & Munir Associates: Munir & Munir Associates strives to consistently work in the intellectual property space to deliver high performance and the best possible satisfaction of their customers and employees. Their practice covers all aspects of registering trademarks, patents, designs, copyrights, domain names and litigation. Real Estate in Pakistan: Property in Pakistan is a growing industry in Pakistan. Pakistan Spends $ 5.2 Billion a Year on Construction. In addition, billions will be spent on the purchase of residential and commercial land. According to the Pakistan Bureau of Statistics, construction output is 2% of GDP, with less than half of housing construction. With the increasing urbanization in Pakistan, the need for urban planning is growing. GDP from construction in Pakistan enlarge from 320769 million PKR in 2017 in 2018 to 343183 million PKR. The average construction industry output in Pakistan amounted to PKR 247,347.62 million from 2006 to 2018, reaching an all-time high of PKR 343183 million in 2018 and a record low of PLN 186380 million in 2006. Demand for residential real estate in Pakistan increased in 2010, raising interest among real estate developers and investors. Since prices have exceeded 10 million PKR, new housing developments are often targeted at the upper middle class. The Pakistani government announced in 2012 a cut in interest rates on mortgage credit. The Pakistani real estate industry generates sales with Pakistan from Germany and abroad. This sector has been denied marketing and technology - there is not a single brand with offices across Pakistan. The problems that people face in this sector are also related to safe and smooth transactions. Portals are now on the market to provide better facilities in this sector, and they are initiating awareness raising campaigns on real estate issues through characters such as PAT the Patwari. PAT explains the real estate terminology and helps people solve the problems they face in the real estate industry. Another development in this area is the introduction of fairs and festivals. Not only are these festivals a platform to buy and sell, they also provide the opportunity to learn about the market, draw attention to the real estate industry, and entertain the children and families present.

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