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Wapda Town is best society in Multan but now there rates are very high, even some plots owner are asking 8 lac per marla. So in this budget it is not possible to invest there. Better you go for buch villas where plots are cheap and on installment. Possession is available. After 3 to 4 years definitely you will get a very good profit.
The prices are different in different blocks.Actual price was Rs 60,000 per marla at the time of allotment and recently RS 17,000 per marla have recovered due to development works from each allottee thus the total price per marla has become approximately Rs 77,000 per marla.Right now the price range is from Rs 180,000 to 280,000 per marla depending upon location and other facilities.At this time block-b is at the highest rate and in this block price range is not less than Rs 280,000 to 300,000 per marla. Anyway there are various locations where price range is within affordable limits.
If you want to invest from a business point of view, then the best option is to find an old house in Gulgasht Colony Multan at a bargain price (i think you can still find near Gol Bagh or Mubeen market or near the board of intermediate office) and then renovate it to make a student hostel for girls. In Gulgasht you can get a house for price of land only. Also, you can demolish the house and build a plaza.
For upcoming new projects, Cantt avenue is also an interesting option.