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Bahria Town Islamabad Expected to be a Better Investment as Compared to Bahria Town Lahore, Reports Zameen.com

Property prices are on the rise in Bahria Town Islamabad. As per Zameen.com’s report, during the first six months of 2013, prices doubled in Bahria Town Islamabad. Zameen.com asks if this makes it a better community than Bahria Town Lahore.

Oct 9 2013, 1:21pm CDT | by PR.com

Lahore, Pakistan, October 09, 2013 --(PR.com)-- In a recently published report, Zameen.com has ranked Bahria Town Islamabad as a better investment opportunity than the pilot project of the Pakistan’s Master Developer in Lahore commonly known as Bahria Town Lahore. Many people simply relocate to the residential development with a mere visit to the place, Bahria Town Islamabad secures something special up its sleeve which makes it far better than its predecessors.

According to the developer, Bahria Town Islamabad is the most luxurious development so far executed in the country and that claim carries a number of concrete facts to back it up. As compared to plot and house prices in Bahria Town Lahore, prices have also been increasing in BT Islamabad since its inception and people are seen to be having a particularly curious interest in the new project of Bahria Developers.

In order to satisfy the specific curiosity about the place, people seemed to have formulated many speculations but it is a fact that the location of the Bahria Town Islamabad is far more superior to the location of its sister project in Lahore. Why so? Simply because of its proximity to the celebrated hill station of Murree along with the highways leading to mysterious places in Pakistan and its tantalising beauty.

Owing to the speedy development of the project which was completed within a year and the feature of luxurious communities constituting 5-10 marla residential units along with 1, 2 and 4 kanal of plots of land people are simply being magnetised to the gated community and the prices are rising considerably fast. But what is so luxurious about those gated communities and why is Bahria Town Islamabad receiving such an immense investor footfall? What could be the possible additional features of the enclave which makes it better than Bahria Town Lahore? What are the entertainment facilities which drive people towards this place?

For more information please visit: http://www.zameen.com

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