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G-13

Islamabad

Residential Apartments

Flats/Apartments

950 sqft Flats - 2050 sqft Flats

Note: The data is based on sale of 61 House(s), 2 Apartment(s), 2 Plot(s), 1 Shop(s)

Commercial Plots

N/A - N/A

Price Comparison

AreasHouse PriceShop PricePlots Price
5 Marla
7 Marla
1 Kanal
Per sqft
5 Marla
7 Marla
1 Kanal
63.08%
24.46%
0%
172.73%
0%
0%
0%
10.69%
0%
0%
0%
0%
26.92%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%

Price Range

PKR 16 lacPKR 6.5 crore5 marla1 kanal
PKR 39 lacPKR 2.5 crore950 sqft2050 sqft
PKR 90 lacPKR 3.95 crore1000 sqft14 marla

G-13 Description

Sector G-13 is situated in the CDA Zone-1, situated between the Kashmir Highway and Nazim-ud-din Road. It offers a fine living experience in the capital city. Lies adjacent to Kashmir Highway, this sector is surrounded by Sector G-14, G-12, H-13, and National University of Science and Technology. Planned by renowned town planners, the sector features a centralized commercial market known as Markaz where the residents can find almost everything ranging from grocery items to fixtures and decor items. There are restaurants offering different variety of foods including continental and junk foods. The residents benefit from the top class educational institutions and medical facilities. This is a growing sector of Islamabad ideal to plan your home.

Parallel with the other areas of Islamabad, Sector G-13 has experienced comparatively lower growth rate in property prices. Facts suggest that the average price of a 10 marla house was 2.2 crore in the year 2011, which gradually increased with the passage of time and now lies somewhere around 2.5 crore. The percentage increased is observed to be nearly 12%. As this sector is now more developed as compare to previous year, and the prices of properties in Islamabad have the tendency to rise with a rapid pace, this is a right time now to invest in this area and have an increased value of your property in future.

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Master Plan for G-13

buying guide for G-13

1

Basic or mid-ranged survey is fine with newer properties, but higher-level inspection is recommended for older properties. It may add more cost to your budget but it will surely save you thousands.

2

Make sure you take all the costs into consideration including the property price, payment to the solicitors, stamp duty, survey fees and estate agent’s fee.

3

Property buying is always a huge investment, so make sure to verify the documents from Capital Development Authority (CDA).