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Multan | The City of Sufis

Multan is the fifth largest city of Pakistan and is situated by the Chenab River in southern Punjab geographically making it the center point of the country. It is famous as the City of Saints because of a plethora of shrines and mausoleums there which are the emblem of the city. The most frequented mausoleums in the city include those of Shah Rukn-e-Alam Shah Shamsuddin Sabzwari and Sakhi Ali Akbar among others. It is the most important dry port in Pakistan and is connected to major cities like Bahawalpur Muzaffargarh Dera Ghazi Khan Rahimyar Khan and Faisalabad. Multan has some of the very iconic universities that attract students from all over the country and abroad including the prestigious Bahauddin Zakariya University Medical and Dental College and Nishtar Medical College.

Variety of Homes for Sale in Multan

Multan is a great city that has recently witnessed groundbreaking development in terms of infrastructure roads power supply and modern housing and commercial projects including Garden Town Model Town Wapda Town Bosan Road Shalimar Colony Shah Town Kumharanwala New Multan Bahadur Pur Cantt Abdali Road Royal Residency and Zakariya Town. These are some of the most posh comfortable and luxurious residential schemes in Multan. All of these housing communities offer state-of-the-art facilities such as community centers parks schools and colleges cinemas restaurants security and mosques.

Houses for sale in Multan range from 5 marla house for sale in multan to 74 marlas in size whereas prices range from Rs. 1600000 to 160000000. These houses include the villas in Cantt and have been designed and planned by some of the best architects and engineers have been constructed using top quality construction materials and have a contemporary architecture.

Tips for a New Home:

  • Start with furnishing the bedroom. The bedroom should be the first place you need to focus on because you need to get your stuff in the wardrobes and get a good night's sleep each night. The rest can wait for a bit.
  • Don't furnish the whole house all at once. Even though it is tempting to finish with the furnishing as soon as possible and get the house ready for a grand house warming party so you can brag in front of your friends and family do not do that. Take your time and get to know the house better so you know what exactly you need and what will fit where.
  • Try not to match everything. If everything is the same color or all plain or all printed you are basically just destroying your home. Try to color block and mix and match all accessories furniture and window furnishings.