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Housing societies in Pakistan are emerging as the country is increasing its steps towards advancements and development in the infrastructures as well as the economy of Pakistan.
The purpose of enhancing housing societies in Pakistan is to make the economy develop and represent the country’s infrastructural advancements on an international level.
DHA itself is a very standard society and it is expanding its housing scheme in a broader manner. DHA has established its society in many major cities of Pakistan such as Lahore, Faisalabad, Gujranwala, Quetta, Bahawalpur, and Multan.
Quetta is the largest capital of Baluchistan, province of Pakistan. Quetta was known as Shalkot and later on its name changed to Quetta.
Quetta ranks as the 10th largest city of Pakistan. After 1935 earthquake, the city was destructed very badly but with the inventions and establishments in Pakistan, Quetta also started to establish again.
Quetta is now established to an extent that many housing societies have been built in the city. Some of the housing societies are Paradise housing scheme Quetta, Toghi housing scheme, Quetta avenue housing scheme, Khayaban Quetta housing scheme, and DHA Quetta.
DHA Quetta is the first largest housing project in Quetta by Defense Housing Authority (DHA) which will make the city more famous in a commendable way.
DHA Quetta is one of the most profited progresses for the city and the country as well. DHA Quetta is developed based on all forward-thinking
and high-tech features which provide people with an extravagance accommodation scheme.
This housing scheme follows a very elegant infrastructure and highly qualified constructors and engineers are contributing their efforts to make the society a very efficacious scheme for the city.
People can have their desired land in the Multan Quetta housing society. They can book their by fulfilling all the requirements, payment plans, and installment plans.
The DHA Quetta location is very modest and elegant in its way as it location lies 7 kilometers away from Quetta international airport and situated at RCD highway of Quetta. Both of these areas are near to Kuchlak so it is easily reachable.
The society is also accessible through Western bypass, Quetta railway station, Baleli road, and Smungli road.
DHA Quetta office is located on Airport road near RCD highway of Quetta, Kuchlak Road, Quetta, 87300, Pakistan.
DHA Quetta Sub office is located on the Shabbir Sharif road, Sector J, DHA phase 6, Plaza No 204 Mb, Lahore, Punjab. For any queries and updates, people can reach out to the DHA Quetta office.
DHA Quetta project already give a plan of Phase-I which consists of 8000 acres’ land. In this phase, 4 Marla and 8 Marla commercial plots are allotted.
Furthermore, the society is divided into three major zones. Following are zones of DHA Quetta:
This zone is mainly selected for residential purposes and for business startup opportunities.
This zone is allotted for other basic needs of living which includes health sector, educator sector and sports sector.
The Zone C of DHA Quetta is extremely commendable as it offers not only parks and amusement areas but also an exciting farm houses.
The society has a wide range of plots of different sizes with different prices. The prices of plots are easily affordable in this era of advancements. DHA Quetta allocation consists of residential plots, commercial plots, and farm houses and each one has its own DHA Quetta payment plan and DHA Quetta installment plan.
Residential plots consist of 5 Marla, 8 Marla, 10 Marla, 16 Marla, 1 Kanal, and 2 Kanal plots. Prices for each plot is as follows:
|4 Marla||11,430,000 Rs|
|8 Marla||22,050,000 Rs|
|20 Marla||52,875,000 Rs
Plot price for 5 Marla plot is 1,782,000
Plot price for 8 Marla plot is 2,718,000
Plot price for 10 Marla plot is 3,285,000
Plot price for 16 Marla plot is 4,896,000
Plot price for 1 Kanal plot is 5,760,000
Plot price for 1 Kanal plot is 11,160,000
Each size of plot has two down payments of 10% and the rest amount is divided into 16 quarterly installments. Each plot also has a ballot fee, for 5 Marla plot, ballot fee is 4,000, for 8 Marla fee is 6,000 and the fee increases as the size of plot increases. The two down payments of 5 Marla plot is 178,200 and quarterly payment per month is 89,100.
Commercial plots consist of 4 Marla, 8 Marla, and 1 Kanal plots. Prices for each plot is as follows:
|4 Marla||11,430,000 Rs|
|8 Marla||22,050,000 Rs|
|20 Marla||52,875,000 Rs|
Plot price for 4 Marla plot is 11,430,000
Plot price for 8 Marla plot is 22,050,000
Plot price for 1 Kanal plot is 52,875,000
Each size of plot has two down payments of 10% and the rest amount is divided into 12 quarterly installments. Each plot also has a ballot fee, for 4 Marla plot, ballot fee is 15,000, for 8 Marla fee is 20,000 and the fee increases as the size of plot increases. The two down payments of 4 Marla plot is 1,143,000 and quarterly payment per month is 762,000.
DHA Quetta farm houses are the most attractive offer by the society. DHA Quetta farm houses consists of 4 Kanal, 5 Kanal, and 8 Kanal area. Following are the price distribution of farm houses area:
|4 Kanal||17,000,000 Rs|
|5 Kanal||19,125,000 Rs|
|8 Kanal||29,400,000 Rs|
4 Kanal farm house price is 17,000,000 rs
5 Kanal farm house price is 19,125,000 rs
8 Kanal farm house price is 29,400,000 rs
Each size of farm house has two down payments of 20% and the rest amount is divided into 16 quarterly installments. Each DHA Quetta price for farm house also has a ballot fee, for 4 Kanal ballot fee is 30,000, for 5 Kanal fee is 40,000 and the fee increases as the size of plot increases. The two down payments of 4 Marla plot is 1,143,000 and quarterly payment per month is 762,000.
DHA Quetta file rate for 1 Kanal is already mentioned above for residential and commercial plots. DHA Quetta file rate is affordable and easily payable for people.
DHA society of Quetta has a lot of features to offer such as:
The society also fascinated people by giving a very thrilling offer, named, DHA Quetta Early Bird. DHA Quetta Early Bird is a scheme which offers discounted rates of plots to the first 1200 customers to buy a plot in the society.