Pakistan’s first online portal enables you to own land for least.

Possibilities !!  Have you ever imagined owning a piece of land all by your own at the age of 27 or less? Do you think it is even possible to get it? launches NEST, a technology-enabled platform to help connect qualified individual investors with pre-vetted real estate investment opportunities in Pakistan.

Arazi ventures made it possible for you to own a land for as low as you could imagine. It’s a fabulous breakthrough. They have come up with the amazing idea of crowd funding in Real estate. Although crowd funding is an old way of doing business yet practiced but it has never been thought to be used in buying/selling of land.

Real estate market no doubts behaving tremendously well. It is considered to be one of the best sectors to invest. But at the same time, not everyone can afford to do so. It is observed that global size of crowdfunding and real estate is around $11 trillion while real estate in Pakistan solely is $700 billion

Most of the people want to invest in this sector but due to high investment, not everyone can do so. But now Arazi Ventures launches NEST which surprisingly made it possible for an individual to invest as low as Rs 50,000 ($477) to basically own a small stake in managed property.

Umair Sheikh, CEO of Arazi Ventures said “Our team has been working on this project for quite some time but getting past the current regulatory framework has been a major challenge. We plan to turn NEST into a robust crowdfunding platform for real estate as soon as we have a green signal from the SECP. For now, we are only accepting offers from accredited and seasoned investors who understand the risks involved in private investments.








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