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G-14

Islamabad

Residential Apartments

Flats/Apartments

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House Starting From

PKR 2.45 crore

Note: The data is based on sale of 3 House(s), 0 Apartment(s), 3 Plot(s), 0 Shop(s)

Commercial Plots

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Price Comparison

AreasHouse PriceShop PricePlots Price
5 Marla
7 Marla
1 Kanal
Per sqft
5 Marla
7 Marla
1 Kanal
93.47%
26.67%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%

Price Range

PKR 2.45 crorePKR 8.95 crore5 marla666 sqyd
PKR 90 lacPKR 2.25 crore5 marla7 marla

G-14 Description

At the intersection of main GT Road and Kashmir Highway, lies this emerging CDA sector, known as Sector G-14. Like all other sectors of the capital city, it is composed of four sub-sectors (G-14/1, G-14/2, G-14/3, G-14/4) and a centralized commercial market known as Markaz. With a very unique and advantages geographical location of this sector, the sectors allows you to reach Rawalpindi Saddar, driving on main GT Road. A straight drive on Kashmir Highway, towards East, will land at the center of the capital city touching Islamabad Expressway on Zero-Point. Driving towards West on the same Kashmir Highway will lead you towards the New Islamabad International Airport which lies at distance of 18 kilometers. Other than carpeted and rich road networks the area has many other features that make it to be a good choice for prospective home buyers and renters.

It is surrounded by some well-established sectors such as G-13, G-15, H-13, Shams Colony, Rehman Town, and G-16/1. The commercial market of sector G-14 offers a number of commodities making shopping easier for the residents. It features all the basic facilities including electricity, gas, non-stop supply of water, telephone lines, and cable lines. The availability of sports grounds and fitness centers help the residents engage in healthy activities. Trends suggest, like all other sectors of the capital city, buyers prefer owning a house here due to the multiplying benefits. It results in increasing property prices.

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buying guide for G-14

1

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

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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.

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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.