Khan Babrak Yousafzai

  • The announcement of the 2016 budget pushed the real estate market of Pakistan into gloom since it was accompanied by a new property tax intended to bring black money into the tax-net. The heightened enthusiasm generated by the country’s property market in the two years preceding the 2016 ...

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  • The real estate sector in Peshawar is losing impetus after being plagued by uncertainty due to the Pakistan government’s decision to repatriate all Afghan refugees by the end of 2016. The repatriation of Afghan refugees has badly affected property markets in the areas where refugees own land. ...

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  • The State Bank of Pakistan’s statistics show that the country is 9 million units short in the housing sector and 400,000 units are being added to the existing backlog each year. Most housing units among these are created for the privileged classes by excluding low income groups altogether. ...

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  • Hunting for a profitable real estate option, especially if you’re buying your first one, requires tireless efforts. To be able to find the most suitable property that will ensure high rental yields, a person has to have exceptional reserves of patience and a sharp business acumen. The world ...

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