All you need to know about Gwadar Golf city Project
Whenever we hear or talk about any new property project being launched in Pakistan, the only name that comes to our mind is Malik Riaz. But this time its not him instead its his grandson Bilal Bashir Malik (CEO of Bilal steel mills) who is soon going to launch Gwadar Golf city venture. He surely is going to follow his grandfather’s footstep who has made his name by his dedication and commitment to work. Bilal has chosen the right direction by making this choice.
Bilal is CEO of Bilal steel mills and is carrying forward his business by launching Gwadar project. BSM Developers are holding Gwadar Golf City Project Reveal and Media Briefing on February 28, where media will be informed about the venture. Gwadar Golf City is already waving its flag in the market due to its work development. It is one such venture that is probably going to affect Gwadar's property advertise in a positive way. Here are the subtle elements we have accumulated only for rightdeed Blog.
Golf City is located in Mouza Paleri Gharbi, contiguous Jinnah Avenue II. This area of the port city is the main green irrigated region of Gwadar. Allegedly, the designer has ownership of roughly 1,000 kanals of land while the Gwadar Development Authority (GDA) has issued a NOC for 600 Kanals of land, on which development work has been started and is in progress.
Golf City will have an imitation of Eiffel Tower, while its different attractions adjacent to the most widely recognized ones found in all Bahria ventures incorporate a zoological garden, an amusement park, a country club, replicas of world's acclaimed monuments, an international university campus, a water refining plant, and a municipal Centre.
Project Development details
Project development has already started and developers are recently working on the boundary wall and main entrance point. The basic infrastructure of roads and sitemap of the society's blocks have been designed where work is as of now in cutting-edge stages. Moreover, the society's mosque is under construction.
From its looks, it gives the idea that advancement work in phase I will be finished within a year. While the plots for this undertaking are offered on a three-year installment plan.
Market response toward plot files
As per the registered agents of Golf City, the requests are high for the plot documents, offered in the pre-dispatch. They even claim to have come up short on the 5-marla plot records. This (5 Marla) is the most popular plot size among investors. After running short of 5-marla plot files, agents have claimed that soon there will be a premium on this plot size.
As compare to 8-marla and 10-marla plot files, the demand for 5-marla plot files are high in the market. According to existing inventory, the request for 1-Kanal plot files are very low in number.
Details about offered plots and installments
In the pre-dispatch, the designer just issued records for 5-marla, 8-marla, 10-marla and 1-Kanal residential plots, while plans offerings for commercial plots of 4-marla, 8-marla and 2-kanal are in loop.
Among these, the developers are looking forward to commercial files as the development of commercial area is their priority.
Here is the installment plan for plot records propelled in the pre-booking:
Plot size Down Payment Monthly instalment (36) Total price
5-marla PKR 225000 PKR 14,583 PKR 750,000
8-marla PKR 330,000 PKR 21,389 PKR 1,100,000
10-marla PKR 390,000 PKR 25,278 PKR 1,300,000
1-kanal PKR 660,000 PKR 42,778 PKR 2,200,000
Note that the above-mentioned rates are exclusive of development charges. There is a separate processing fee for bookings such as PKR 5,000 for 5-marla and 10,000 for 10-marla respectively. To see if these given rates remain unchanged or not, wait for project’s official launch till February 28.
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July 12, 2018 AT 07:53 AM
after Behria town Karachi case what is the future of this project?