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Property consultant to visit Qatar to promote Park View City project in Islamabad.

Pakistan's well know property consultant Akhundzada Mohammad Faisal will be arriving in Doha on September 16 to promote the Park City View project located in Islamabad. Faisal, who is the CEO and Managing Partner of Sigma Properties, will hold one-to-one meetings with Pakistani professionals and entrepreneurs and brief them about the Park City View project and other investment opportunities. Sigma Properties has successfully marketed a number of projects including CDA development, Sigma Aracade (Top City-1) and Taj Residencia. The company also specialises in providing feasibility reports on setting up petrol stations. Sigma Properties is now marketing Block H in Park View City Enclave, adjacent to Botanical Garden. Limited plots are available which will be allotted on 'first come first serve basis'. On payment of 50 percent of the total price, the possession of the plots will be given within three months. The Park City View Housing project is the finest address in the capital Islamabad. It boasts of all modern-day amenities including shopping malls, restaurants, hospital, park, play areas, mini golf course and a mini zoo. Sigma Properties has years of experience dealing with various project owners and property market. Their high-quality investment portfolios are tailor-made for their clients to get the risk out of the way and help them make healthy investment decisions. During his visit to Qatar, Faisal held several meetings with community members. During his forthcoming visit, Faisal is expected to brief community members about the investment opportunities available in their homeland in the wake of devaluation of Pakistan rupee.

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Publication:Qatar Tribune (Doha, Qatar)
Date:Sep 11, 2019
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