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FGEHA Opens Doors to Overseas Pakistanis and Public for G-12, and F-12 Plots

FGEHA Opens Doors to Overseas Pakistanis and Public for Prime Sectors of Islamabad

Islamabad: For the first time, the Federal Government Employees Housing Authority (FGEHA) is offering residential plots in Islamabad’s designated prime sectors, G-12 and F-12, to the general public and overseas Pakistanis.

The authority has allocated 20% of the plots to the general public and 15% to Pakistanis living abroad. Applicants can apply online at the FGEHA website with a computerized national identity card (CNIC) or a POC/NICOP/Dual Nationality/Resident Permit. The application deadline is October 10. Applicants will receive a 5% discount for paying upfront.

Key details of the offer:

  1. Applicants can submit multiple applications for plots in each category. If they are successful in more than one application, they can choose which plot to retain.
  2. The properties are available for purchase with a three-year payment plan. The application form and non-refundable fee can be submitted at Askari Bank Ltd or Bank of Punjab branches. Non-resident Pakistanis can also apply using their Visa or Mastercard.
  3. Plot numbers will be allotted according to the specified regulations.
  4. There will be a 10% surcharge for corner plots.
  5. A computerized ballot will ensure the fair distribution of resources.
  6. All specified terms and conditions will apply.
  7. The sectors are located near the Motorway, Saddar-Rawalpindi, the New Islamabad Airport, and the Pak Secretariat.

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