According to an advertisement that appeared in the national media on August 27, the Federal Government Employees Housing Authority (FGEHA) is giving residential plots in Islamabad’s recognized prime sectors G-12 and F-12 for the first time to overseas Pakistanis and the general public.
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According to the information provided, the authority has set aside 15% of the quota for Pakistanis living abroad and 20% for the general public. Through the FGEHA’s official website, interested members of the general public with a computerized national identity card (CNIC) and abroad Pakistanis with their POC/NICOP/Dual Nationality/Resident Permit may submit an application for these plots. The application submission date is October 10. Additionally, the applicants will receive a 5% discount on upfront full payment.
The following additional information relates to the application process for plots in Sectors G-12 and F-12:
- The applicants may submit more than one application for a plot in each category, and if more than one application is accepted, they may select which plot to maintain.
- A three-year, simple payment plan is available to purchase the plots. You can submit the application form together with a non-refundable fee at the Askari Bank Ltd. and Bank of Punjab branches.
- Pakistanis who do not live there may also apply using their VISA or Master Card.
- The assigned plot numbers will be transferred in accordance with the established rules.
- The corner plots will be subject to an additional 10% cost.
- A automated ballot will guarantee fair distribution.
- The stipulated terms and conditions will be followed.
- The areas are close to the highway, Saddar-Rawalpindi, the new airport in Islamabad, and the Paki Secretariat.