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Renting a Flat in Faisalabad

Moving towards south from Lahore, comes Faisalabad, a city that is often called the "Manchester of Pakistan," owing to its remarkable industrial development, especially in the textile sector. The population of the city has exceeded the one million mark, but that hasn't hindered its progress. In fact, more people from across the country seem eager to move to Faisalabad, since it holds the potential to grow even more. The influx of people, as a result, has increased the demand for renting property in Faisalabad.

Types of Flats in Faisalabad

Developers are constantly investing in the city and new projects keep coming up. The architects and builders are bringing modern plans so that you can have better options to choose from. Khayaban Colony and Makkah Garden are two well-known areas where some very good rental flats are available. You can choose from apartments with 1, 2, and 3-bedrooms. Rental studio apartments are mainly available in Kohinoor City, Wapda City, Khayaban Colony and Four Season Housing. The largest area size you can find for renting a studio in Faisalabad is 5 marla.

For 1-bedroom apartments, the range of area starts from 1 marla and goes up to 4 marla. 2-bedroom apartments can be rented in Faisalabad’s Khayaban Colony and Eden Valley and 3 bedrooms are available for rent in Four Season Housing and Wapda city. Since there was no concept of apartments in Faisalabad a few years ago, the interiors and exteriors of these flats are very contemporary. New bathrooms, kitchens, parking, uninterrupted power and gas supplies and other such necessities are often provided by the building owners.

Rent Price Trends for Flats in Faisalabad

The price for renting apartments in Faisalabad starts at PKR 7,000 per month in areas like Susan Road, Makkah Commercial Centre, Chak Road, and Umer Garden. Eden Valley, Rachna Town, Four Season Housing, Kohinoor City, People’s Colony and Jinnah Colony are comparatively a little expensive. For instance, the price of a 1-bedroom apartment starts at about PKR 10,000. Rent for a 2-bedroom apartment is between PKR 12,000 to PKR 15,000 and for 3 bedrooms, the rent in more privileged areas of the city starts at PKR 20 thousand and can go up to PKR 25 thousand. The rent price is also dependable on various aspects like the availability of electricity, area size of the unit, bedroom count, types of materials used in construction, and, most importantly, the type of location the flat is in.

Schools, Universities & Hospitals in Faisalabad

You will find a number of private and public sector schools within several communities in Faisalabad. The most prominent ones are Divisional Public School, Beaconhouse School System, Faisalabad Grammar School and The City School. Higher Education is also considered as a must-have in a location by many residents. So, there are universities offering courses in almost all fields. For instance, GC University offers a number of different degrees, which include engineering, arts, IT, social sciences, etc. National Textile University is dedicated to textile studies, Aziz Fatimah Medical & Dental College offers a medical degree and Jinnah Polytechnic University is more suitable for technical and engineering related courses.

Of all the facilities Faisalabad provides its residents, healthcare is the one it focuses on the most. Shifa International Hospital is considered to be the central hospital of the city. Other than that, people can also visit Rathore Hospital, Aziz Fatima Hospital and The National Hospital to receive medical assistance. Local clinics and dispensaries are also accessible in various areas for smaller healthcare issues.

Facilities & Security in Faisalabad

The availability of a motorway works as a catalyst for all the trade that happens inside and outside the city. The airport in Faisalabad is also readily accessible by all the areas. You can travel locally and internationally to and from the city without any hassle. Even by road, popular bus services make it easier for people to travel within and outside Faisalabad. Situated on the Khanewal-Wazirabad Branch Line, Faisalabad railway station provides easy access to other parts of the country.

CPO Faisalabad handles most of the security-related issues. It has checkpoints built in almost all the divisions of the city like Jaranwala Division, Lyallpur Division, Iqbal Division, Madina Division and Saddar Division. Of all other forms of sports, cricket remains the most significant for Faisalabadis. They love it with all their heart and soul. One of the biggest symbols of Faisalabad's passion for the sport is the Iqbal Stadium, which is one of the oldest cricket stadiums in the country.

Shopping & Restaurants in Faisalabad

If you are a shopaholic, then Faisalabad will not disappoint you. All the brands, local and international, are trying to make themselves available in the city. In fact, brands like Nike, Apple, Adidas and Mothercare are already present in the city. You can also find sports grounds and different varieties of restaurants including McDonald’s, KFC, Domino’s, Subway, etc. If you are in a mood for fine dining or just want to taste desi dhabas, there are several choices available. Sitara Mall and The Grand Atrium are the residents’ favourite spots for shopping.

Reasons for Renting in Faisalabad

Faisalabad is a peaceful city and has some of the best educational institutes and healthcare facilities.  There are ample career opportunities, therefore, you do not even have to move in search of work to other cities. Even starting a business would be a good idea because of the presence of so many industries. Property giants like Emaar are also planning multi-million dollar residential projects — which will possibly enhance the social and economic worth of the city in the future. Unlike Karachi and Lahore, property prices are comparatively low as the property types cater to all socio-economic classes here.