Za­meen.com Prop­erty Expo from to­day 105 ex­hibitors to show­case their projects, ser­vices

Pakistan Observer - - ECONOMY WATCH - STAFF RE­PORTER

LAHORE—Za­meen.com, Pak­istan’s top re­alty por­tal, is set to host the Za­meen.com Prop­erty Expo 2016 (Lahore) at the Expo Cen­tre in Jo­har Town on May 28 and 29. Over 105 ex­hibitors have signed up to show­case their projects and ser­vices, lead­ing Za­meen.com to ex­pand the event to both Hall 1 and Hall 2 of the Lahore In­ter­na­tional Expo Cen­tre. This un­prece­dented pre-event re­sponse in­di­cates that the event may eas­ily sur­pass the suc­cess of last year’s Za­meen.com Prop­erty Expo in Lahore, which saw a foot­fall of 45,000 peo­ple and over 100 on-the-spot deals.

Za­meen.com’s Ex­pos are renowned for their vis­i­tor ex­pe­ri­ence, fea­tur­ing food courts, an ar­ray of pop­u­lar ac­tiv­i­ties such as the Za­meen photo booth, the Wheel of For­tune give­aways game, and a lucky draw with valu­able prizes such bikes, gold coins and home ap­pli­ances. “Our prop­erty ex­pos in Lahore are al­ways mon­u­men­tal suc­cess sto­ries, and it looks like this one will be the big­gest and the best one yet. We are cer­tain that prop­erty en­thu­si­asts from across the city will ap­pre­ci­ate the im­mense ef­fort that has gone into putting on an event of this scale,” said Za­meen.com CEO Zee­shan Ali Khan.

“In the span of two months, this is our third expo. In April 2016 alone, we held one in Is­lam­abad and another in Karachi. As Pak­istan’s largest and most trusted re­alty por­tal, we will con­tinue to host more ex­pos, as there is clearly a need for events that serve as a one-stop shop for all real es­tate re­lated con­cerns,” he added. Za­meen.com was founded in 2006 by the Ali Khan broth­ers and has ex­hib­ited note­wor­thy pro­gres­sion since then. To­day, it has a team of over 600 peo­ple, of­fices in 11 and pres­ence in 30 ma­jor cities, over 9,000 es­tate agen­cies on board, and over 3.5 mil­lion monthly vis­its.

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