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Buying a House in Islamabad

Islamabad is the federal capital of Pakistan. Owing to its majestic mountains, beautiful landscape and picturesque views, it is ranked as the second most beautiful capital of the world. It boasts the largest airport in the country, the New Islamabad International Airport. There is also the famous Islamabad-Lahore Motorway, popularly known as M2, which links the twin cities of Rawalpindi/Islamabad to Lahore. It was the first motorway built in South Asia. There is another motorway called M1, spanning 155 km, linking Islamabad and Peshawar.

Murree is also only a 40-minute drive away from the capital city i.e. only about 30 km north of Islamabad. People planning a tour to the northern areas of Pakistan, usually visit Islamabad first and then go to Murree, via the Murree Expressway and from there to Nathiagali, Ayubia, Naran and Kaghan. The Murree Expressway is further being extended to connect Murree with Muzaffarabad and Azad Jammu and Kashmir; interconnecting all the major cities of Pakistan.

The mountainous terrain, green surroundings, road-side trees, well-developed infrastructure and large scale developments make Islamabad a popular choice for living. Many foreign diplomats, bureaucrats, businessmen and corporate sector people also reside here as around 79 diplomatic missions are located in the Diplomatic Enclave in Islamabad. In the real estate market in Islamabad, one can also find many affordable projects. People from all walks of life can find a home here.

Types of Houses in Islamabad

There is a variety of single, double and triple unit houses in Islamabad. They are available in multiple area sizes. From as small as 5 marla, 10 marla houses to as big as 1 kanal and even 8 kanal houses. The 1 kanal houses for sale in Islamabad are mostly furnished, with high-quality fittings, a servant room, American style kitchens and a small garden as well. Some of the most popular housing schemes, especially for investment purposes, in Islamabad, are DHA and Bahria Town.

DHA is an exclusive gated community, offering top-class amenities to its residents. There are medical care facilities, schools, Jamia Masjid, gym & community centre, commercial area, sports & fitness centre and the famous Jungle Restaurant. There are 10 marla houses in Bahria Town having five spacious bedrooms with attached bathrooms, two open living areas, a drawing room, a study room, a servant quarter with attached washroom, a big parking space that can fit three cars. There are other amenities as well, for example, parks, mosque, a hospital, tennis club, golf course, cricket stadium, reputable schools and colleges and a multiplex cinema. People who are searching for bigger houses, there are 2 kanal luxury houses also available in F-7, Islamabad. They have 6 bedrooms, swimming pool, two kitchens, two spacious lounges, drawing room, two servant quarters, a big lawn and ample car parking space.

Sale Price Trends for Houses in Islamabad

The cost of buying a house in Islamabad varies according to the location and the area size available. The sale price trend for 5 marla houses ranges from PKR 22 lakh to as high as PKR 1.5 crore. The price trend for 10 marla houses on sale ranges from PKR 95 lakh to PKR 3 crore. 1 kanal houses can cost you anywhere between 1 crore and PKR 11.5 crore. For 2 kanal houses, you can invest PKR 1.6 crore in G-13, or get a 9-bedroom house of PKR 45 crore in E-7, Islamabad.

Schools, Universities & Hospitals in Islamabad

Islamabad has a 98% literacy rate. There are many good quality educational institutions in the city, offering degrees in every field. Bahria University, Al Kauthar Islamic University, Air University, International Islamic University, Preston University, Institute of Space Technology and Pakistan Institute of Development Economics are a few of the leading universities in Islamabad. There are a number of schools and colleges that are working towards providing quality education in the region. Pak-Turk International Schools and Colleges, Lahore Grammar School, The Oaks British School, Roots School System and Islamabad Japanese School are the names of renowned schools in the area.

There are many clinics and hospitals in Islamabad that treat patients with the latest medical technologies. Saudi German Hospital in Bahria Town is serving the residents with modern medical facilities such as Organ Transplant Center. PIMS is a trusted hospital in the entire country. In Islamabad, there are other clinics and hospitals also available such as Shifa Hospital,  Maroof International Hospital and Quaid e Azam International Hospital with qualified medical staff that tend to sick patients.

Shopping & Restaurants in Islamabad

If you’re a shopaholic, you’re going to love Islamabad. The Centaurus Mall is a popular shopping avenue for the residents. There is an exclusive play area for children, within the Mall, called the Fun City. Metro, is a Walmart style grocery store, located in I-11. For book lovers, Saeed Book Bank is one of the largest bookstores in Islamabad.

People socialize at Savour Foods while eating their famous pulao and shami kebab. There are other restaurants as well such as Qishmich Restaurant, Manhattan Steak House, The Monal Restaurant, Sakura Japanese Restaurant, The Royal Elephant, offering Thai food and the famous Tuscany Courtyard, serving Italian cuisine. There is Aqs Restaurant, not only offering delectable food, but it is also an art gallery with beautiful, artistic paintings hanging on the walls, satisfying both taste buds and artistic flair of the patrons. There are popular cafes in the city, offering contemporary food like Street1 Cafe, Chaye Khana, Sattar Bukhsh, The Little Eatery, Islamabad Tea House, Rock Bistro, Lebanese Cafe and Gelato Affairs.

Facilities & Security in Islamabad

Islamabad offers almost all essential facilities and utilities to its residents. There are clean roads, proper sewerage system, good sanitation mechanism and modern infrastructural developments that attract buyers to invest in real estate here. The Faisal Mosque is the largest mosque in South Asia. Apart from Margalla Hills National Park, Fatima Jinnah Park is a huge park, attracting a large number of kids and families on weekends. Chattar Bagh, Rose & Jasmine Garden, Pir Sohawa, Japanese Park and Islamabad Zoo are popular recreational sites for adults and children alike.

Islamabad is one of the most peaceful cities to live in with 1900 CCTV cameras installed throughout the city. Islamabad police keeps a vigilant eye, ensuring residents feel safe and protected here. Also, upgradation of infrastructure and police reforms are underway through the latest technology. Under the Safe City Project, ICT led policing has been planned with Intelligence Video Surveillance, Field Surveillance Cars, Automatic Number Plate Recognition facilities to have foolproof security in Islamabad.  

Reasons for Investing in Islamabad

From clean road networks, lush green parks, notable educational institutions, top-notch medical facilities to various tourist spots, Islamabad has a lot to offer. While buying a house, people tend to be concerned about the security of the city they are living in, and if you’re choosing Islamabad, you need not to worry. Since it is the capital city of the country, the security situation is probably the most well-maintained here, compared to the rest of the country. Plus, for people planning to buy a house to make a good investment, Islamabad is the right choice property prices are expected to go up, even more, in the future. You can also rent out portions of your house and earn good rental returns.