The Star Marketing Private Limited from Pakistan and Jannat Group in Dubai are partnering up to organize Pakistan’s biggest property expo in Dubai, which will showcase Pakistan’s finest properties at an international level.

As per details, the expo will take place from 3 to 5 November in Dubai’s Festival Arena, Festival City. The aim of the event is to showcase a wide array of properties to invest in Pakistan. Moreover, the property show aims to reach out to Pakistani expats to help them make right investments in their hometowns by presenting best properties at cost-effective prices.


The grand event will witness prominent real estate companies from Pakistan showcasing residential and commercial properties from all major cities like Lahore, Islamabad, Peshawar, Karachi, etc. Aside from that, famous personalities like Shahid Afridi, Aima Baig, Gul Panra, Abrar-ul-Haq and several other film and sports stars, will also be present during the event.

The properties display would include options like small apartments, flats, bungalows, offices, penthouses and more ranging in different budgets from small to big investments.

The property show is open to everyone with no entry fee. All arrangements for the event have been made in line with the guidelines and protocols stated by the UAE government to ensure a safe, secure and successful event.

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