Pakistan Property Show concludes successfully in Dubai

Over 20,000 people participated in the two-day event held at World Trade Centre

The Pakistan Property Show (PPS) 2019, organised by Pakistan’s largest property portal, successfully concluded at the World Trade Centre in Dubai on Friday.

Consul General of Pakistan in UAE Amjad Ahmad Ali graced the occasion as special guest on its second and last day.

A total of 64 exhibitors from Pakistan’s most important cities, including Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad, Multan, Peshawar, Murree, Faisalabad, Gujranwala, Raheem Yar Khan, Gwadar, offered property options during the event. The exhibition attracted more than 20,000 visitors.

It was for the first time that the Government of Pakistan participated in PPS.

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Prime Minister Imran Khan had tasked the Privatisation Commission to engage with the expatriate community in an effort to find buyers for dead-weight government properties.

“Such events provide ideal opportunity to engage with overseas Pakistanis because of their phenomenal outreach,” said Privatisation Commission DG Iftikhar Hussain.

This was the third annual edition of PPS, which is arranged by The previous two editions generated a combined audience of more than 31,000. PPS 2019 was earlier inaugurated by Dubai Real Estate Regulatory Agency (RERA) CEO Marwan Ahmed bin Ghalita.

Prominent media persons, including Moeed Pirzada, Waseem Badami and Mansoor Ali Khan, also attended the event and interacted with exhibitors.

Speaking to the press, CEO of Zeeshan Ali Khan said, “The success of Pakistan Property Show is in fact the success of UAE based Pakistanis, whose participation generates an invaluable inflow of foreign exchange to Pakistan.”

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