When buying a house, there are many things to consider. Normally, the price is what home Hbuyers would usually look into often forgetting equally important aspects such as the location. This aspect is very broad and encompasses several factors too.
Buying a home or property in Pakistan is very difficult citing the property laws, corruption in the intermediary departments and uncertainty of the property owner or taxes. Usually people are only concerned about property location and price and find a suitable match between them. However there are several other factors that needs to be considered while buying a property in Pakistan.
The location is of course most important as people tend to buy in or near residential area but sometime properties in a distant area are also useful for future as population is increasing at fast pace does the housings so more and more distant areas are becoming part of the cities or towns. The main road linking to that property is another main factor.
First of all you should search property on your own rather than going for real estate agent or company. Look around your area, meet people and search for well-established property and make sure its legal and registered. It should be properly owned by the seller of the property to prevent any fraud.
The taxes on the property are quite high in Pakistan with lots of corruption in between the taxation department so tax is always on the rise that is why people tend to buy privately and one to one. Although this is illegal so you should go with legal way even if it cost more money as tax but at least you would be secure for future.
If you have substantial budget and not worried about the money then you can also consider buying property in middle of city with everything easily accessible such as school, college, hospital and shopping store.