Around 50 property dealers to showcase projects in first ever real estate exhibition
Pakistan Property Show organized by Zameen.com is lining up more than 50 exhibitors, showcasing a wide array of realty investment options at Za’abeel Hall 5 of the Dubai World Trade Centre.
Zameen.com is globally renowned amongst the Pakistani diaspora for providing high-quality real estate options online, and this event is the first step towards bringing this treasure trove of property options to their doorsteps.
Pakistan Property Show is the first international edition of Pakistan’s biggest and most frequently held real estate exhibition, the Zameen.com Property Expo.
In a joint press conference by Ali Khan brother’s founders of Emerging Markets Property Group (EMPG) who owns and operates Bayut.com, Zameen.com and Bproperty in the UAE, Pakistan and Bangladesh respectively announced.
The Pakistan Property Show is the 11th in a series of highly successful and trusted Zameen.com property expos across Pakistan since 2014.
The property expo dedicated to Pakistan’s real estate market has been designed to fulfill the property ownership and investment need of overseas Pakistanis.
Thousands of overseas Pakistanis from the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Kuwait, Qatar and Bahrain are expected to attend Zameen’s Pakistan Property Show 2017 in Za’abeel Hall at the World Trade Centre Dubai.
As part of Own a brick campaign for Pakistan Centre, Pakistan Association Dubai and Shahid Afridi Foundation are planning an awareness drive on Oct.20 with the community to own bricks for the landmark project.
Zameen.com CEO Zeeshan Ali Khan while talking to media said The Pakistan Property Show 2017 will firmly place Pakistan’s real estate on the global investment map. Overseas Pakistanis will be able to confidently make long-withheld property investment decisions.
With the Pakistan Property Show, Zameen.com aims to promote a positive, progressive and investment-friendly Pakistan to the global community.
The entry to the two-day event will be open for all visitors with on-spot registration from October 20-21.