The year has started on a positive note, and we will hold more events all over Pakistan: Zameen.com CEO Zeeshan Ali Khan
Pakistan’s biggest property portal Zameen.com successfully hosted Zameen Expo 2019 – Karachi. The event received thousands of visitors over the two days it was held. The Expo took place in Halls 4, 5, and 6 of Expo Centre, and over 130 exhibitors from all over Pakistan presented their projects. This was the fourth edition of this event in Karachi and the 17th Zameen Expo.
The Expo was inaugurated by Mr Aqeel Karim Dhedhi, Chairman AKD Group. Speaking at the occasion, Zameen.com CEO Zeeshan Ali Khan said that this year also started off with a highly successful Zameen Expo. He added that since its inception, Zameen.com has been striving to take Pakistan’s property market to new heights, and holds such events on a consistent basis. Furthermore, he stated that Zameen.com had held four Zameen Expos in Pakistan in the last year, along with the second edition of Pakistan Property Show in Dubai. Hundreds of thousands of people participated in these events, showing the trust placed in Zameen.com. These events are not only beneficial for real estate and related industries, but also allow people to get all the information and options they require for property buying and investment under one roof. Khan added that Zameen Expos would also be held in Lahore, Islamabad, and Peshawar this year. He also announced that the third edition of Pakistan Property Show Dubai would be held in September 2019 and thanked everyone for their part in Zameen Expo 2019 – Karachi.
On both days, thousands of visitors and families attended the Expo and showed their interest in Pakistan’s real estate. Many deals were also closed on the spot in a number of projects. At the event, visitors came from Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad, and all over Pakistan. Zameen Expo 2019 – Lahore will be held in February, while Zameen Expo 2019 – Islamabad will be held in March. Apart from these events, Zameen Expo will be held for the first time in Peshawar in April 2019.